Happy Tuesday! We hope this one makes you smile.
The Prowlers are completely off the kibble and are currently eating a combo of raw chicken (ground up bone in, skin on chicken thighs with added fish oil) that we formed into 1.5 ounce meatballs plus some canned meat. We are waiting on all of the supplements we ordered to arrive so we can make the proper, nutritionally balanced chicken balls.
Floki Cat displays a behavior called Food Caching which is how wild cats save their food for later. Food caching is thought to help preserve any left over food by keeping it cool. It is also a way to protect against other animals dining on their hard won catch. In this case, Floki is hiding his food from Zoe Cat. We notice that Floki and Otis try to hide their food but Zoe Cat does not practice this behavior.
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