Monday, April 9, 2018

Tater Meows, "Thank you." At least It Sounds Like That

One of my compassionate and experienced readers suggesting switching him to wet food.  The Urinator is no longer saying, "I could pee on this," (very funny book of cat poetry) and I will.  I think the kibble was drying him out and he was drinking lots of water in response.  Cats in the wild (Ethiopian and Arab deserts) drink very little water, getting most of their water from their prey; I think water just goes right through them.  We still are watching him carefully when out of the laundry room, but he is definitely less agitated, and there have been no accidents.


  1. Here you go Clayton:

  2. Glad to hear he is better. I have a soft place for cats. Best to Tater and his staff.