I have not met one person who thinks having 1/2 used cans of cat food with plastic lids in their refrigerator is nice No it's not nice. So I have a suggestion that works great in my kitchen.
If you look at my post daily you will have seen that I add pumpkin to my cat's daily feedings. It helps with digestion and keeps them regular. "Have you ever met a 21 year old, constipated cat? It's nasty, I tell ya."
So here is what I do. After purchasing my weekly canned cat food, I open all the cans and mix them in a large bowl with 1/4 can of pumpkin. This is then scooped into a glass container with a lid and dated. This is refrigerated for a week and will stay neat and tidy in the fridge...no cans. When needed, just spoon out what you need for your meals and the pumpkin is already added.
If your cat does not like food straight from the refrigerator, let stand on the counter for 10 minutes or add a tablespoon of hot water to the mixture. My lovelies aren't fussy that way.
Have a tight fitting lid
Today's date (should last approx. 1 week)
Extra pumpkin can be frozen in containers for next time.
Label what it is
Voila! No cans in your fridge.
I have one more week before the baking equipment is removed from my kitchen to be delivered to the new owner. I will have more space...S..P..A..C..E .. to play with. YIPPEE!
Riley thinks you are all very funny.
Hope you all had a great day today. We are in for some warm weather ahead.