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Daisy only wants food after it is thrown out

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    Daisy only wants food after it is thrown out


    I have never seenv this before and want to know what was going on in Daisy's head. As she often does, Daisy ignored her wet food (Blue Freedom Chicken Pate) most of the day. After I finally threw it out and got her a fresh bowl, she did not want it either. Daisy wanted the bowl that I had emptied in the sink. I returned to the kitchen seeing a white furball on the counter with her overactive tongue in the ball. She was licking it as if I had not already fed her again.
    Keep your cats inside and safe.

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    I suggest you just put half the food out and leave it out until she eats it, don't throw it out. When she eats that half, then you can put out the rest and do the same thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpha1 View Post
    I suggest you just put half the food out and leave it out until she eats it, don't throw it out. When she eats that half, then you can put out the rest and do the same thing.
    I try to put 1/4 of a can in. What made no sense tonight was Daisy went for the dirty bowl instead of one that had recently been filled.

    She just got tired of Blue Freedom. It used to be her favorite. I wish I could find a wet food she would eat consistently
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    I buy several different kinds of canned foods that my cat likes, so he doesn't get bored of the same thing everyday. Seems to work for him anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alpha1 View Post
    I buy several different kinds of canned foods that my cat likes, so he doesn't get bored of the same thing everyday. Seems to work for him anyway.
    The reason I don't is per-order savings with a subscription adds up over the life of a cat.
    Keep your cats inside and safe.

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