My cat Oliver and I have been negotiating his troublesome eating habits. He often gets so excited about whatever I've just fed him that if I don't sit with him and force him to take digestion breaks every 30 seconds, he just HORFs down food and then HORKs it back up again — which is especially nasty now that I've begun feeding my cats organ meets for some meals. Re-barfed ground-up cow livers. MMMM.
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This is the first time in my adult life that I'm not renting my space, and it's thrilling to demolish and tinker to my heart's content. For now, this is home, and I really love it. It's cozy and frankly, bigger than our shoebox in Toronto. How about that?
I WANT to help the environment, but that alone usually does nothing to help me remember my reuseable shopping bags. Then the issue went from "Help the environment" to "Help the environment and save the cat from death by plastic."
I had a plan, and it was to get my cat to go to the bathroom outside. (My "outside" means our tiny balcony off of our living room.) This has LONG been a goal, but was only just accomplished with the help of a few key products and some training.
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