The paperwork I received when I got Scooby from the shelter stated his birthday as March 28, 2010. Assuming that is correct–which is all I can do–means Scooby is now 7 years old! He is in a lot better shape now than when I first got him, and hopefully, he will stay that way.
So, what are we doing today? I think I got a case of “cat block”. I have not been testing out new foods or toys on the cats. What to post? I was looking at recent photographs trying to make some kind of sense out of them, but I really did not; so, I will just put together some common but hopefully interesting scenes of “Cats around the house” occupied by my multiple cats ie. four.
I will say a breakthrough was made with Scooby. He would occasionally get horrible red scabs on his face which were a sign of food allergies. By trial and error I discovered he is allergic to fish in his food! To make things simple, no one gets fish. Scooby will seek out and find the “fish” plate! I said he was allergic. I did not say he does not like fish. One thing you have to look out for is the small-print ingredients in your cat food. A can marked “Chicken” can have some fish in it, I discovered!
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Scooby is featured on Katzenworld’s TRT#138 today Tuesday March 21. Since you are already HERE, the photo I used is shown below. If you came here from Katzenworld, I have added a bonus tummy photo for you to view.
There is much going on in the photo. Firstly it was taken shortly after I adopted him. As you can see, he is thoroughly enjoying his catnip banana. When I first brought him home, he was like a lost soul. He just looked around and did nothing. He responded to nothing. It took quite a while for him to come out of his shell, but he is a busy boy now! I love the spots on his belly.
Here is a brand new sleeping Scooby displaying his tummy taken two days ago. He has his winter coat. I wish I could sleep like that! Actually, I could if the cats did not bother me at night!