I guess I should have kept my big mouth shut and not even mentioned Spring. Well, the rabbits are staying.
We got more snow today than we've had all winter.
It was a good day to get the cat-sitting done early. Making sure the cats in my care are fed, cleaned up after, brushed & given lots of TLCC (tender lovin' cat care)
This never gets old.. I live for it, I love it and I hope to do this 'til I just can't do it no more.
At our home, these 2 know how to hunker down with perfection.
Annie & Cali
This kind of day brings out the Martha Stewart in me. I have to clean and bake.
So, that's what I did and now the house smells like pumpkin bread again.
Yes, we do eat a lot of that. Even the dog loves it. But like me, only in moderation.
Have I got a great cat-tip for you today.
We all want to save money, right? I know I do.
Dry cat food is cheapest in the largest bags available. Smaller bags are purchased because the owner does not want the food to go stale before the cat can finish it. I also think that we just get used to buying smaller bags and boxes of products and don't even look at the difference in price of the larger bags. Just divide the large bag into smaller portions in tupperware or any type of well-sealed plastic containers and freeze the remaining containers. Your food will not go stale like it would just sitting in the bag and each container is as fresh as a brand new bag for kitty.
My cats love when I open a new bag of kibble. I guess it's like me and my new box of ritz crackers. Oh yum! Crunch..crunch. By freezing their food, each container is like a freshly opened bag.
You will save money.
Many of my clients do this and I think it's great.
I, as a cat-sitter, know for sure that kitty will not run out of food while on my clock, either.