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    Nan
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    Default home made cat food?


    I seen in the e book that Liss made her own cat food that included rice. Does
    anyone have the recipe she uses? I live in a wonderful area to "dump" cats and
    puppies off. I'm trying to feed around 20 cats outside, and do make gravey from
    scraps to put on old bread and some cheaper dried cat food, but would like to
    try to make it cheaper/ easier for me. Shelters won't take any of the
    cats/kittens because they are so full, main reason I get them dumped here I
    guess.

    Thanks for any help you can offer.


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    Shawnee
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    I can't help you with the food recipe, but I know that the county
    shelter here will help anyone feed their animal if there is a
    problem. I contacted them with a nutrition issue I had with a dane
    that was skinny and they GAVE me about 80 to 100 Lbs. of free high
    quality food as "samples" to try to get her to gain some weight.
    You may want to contact the shelter and see if they may be willing to
    let you have a certain ammount of food for the homeless animals and
    see about setting up a spay/neuter program to keep the stray problem
    from getting worse for you... Just an idea.
    I have seen 10 stray kitties turn into 50 really fast in a couple of
    areas where I live. It is a sad sad situation.
    Good luck with them.
    Shawnee

    <snip>
    Does anyone have the recipe she uses? I live in a wonderful area
    to "dump" cats and puppies off.
    <snip>
    Shelters won't take any of the cats/kittens because they are so full,
    main reason I get them dumped here I guess.
    >


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    thebarkingdog2003
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    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "Nan" <nand@c...> wrote:
    > I live in a wonderful area to "dump" cats and puppies off. >
    >
    > ---
    Hi Nan, i live in one of those wonderful drop off areas too
    (Fennville, MI). The least expensive dried pet food i've found is at
    Sam's Club. You'll never guess what got dropped off last week. A 3
    1/2 month old pure breed Golden Retriever! I thought for sure someone
    would claim him. We put up signs, ad in paper, report at the shelter
    and humane society, called vets, called breeders... When i spotted
    him in the road i couldn't tell if the car had dropped him off or
    not. I guess they did. When we took him to our vet to get him scanned
    to see if he was microchipped they gave us a weeks supply of puppy
    food. They usually do that for us knowing we don't keep puppy food on
    hand. You could ask the vet if they have any extra free sample bags
    that companies sent them. We got heartworm pills for 4 dogs for three
    years that way. We've found a good home for the puppy. Did you see on
    the news about the puppies in Holland? I don't know what is wrong
    with people. Cindy in MI


 

 

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