• Frances

    That’s not Pip’s cousin?

  • andycanuck

    That’s why you only ever feed them ham!

  • UCSPanther

    Cats do some of the funniest things…

  • Cute cat.

  • Justin St.Denis

    Why is this woman feeding her cat from a tin? Is she trying to kill it?

    One can purchase frozen pollock fillets for about $1.75/lb. They can be poached and mashed up in mere minutes. The cost is about the same as commercial cat food. Nothing in mashed-up poached pollock to make your cat sick, while tinned cat food is full of garbage ingredients that undermine your cat’s long-term health prospects.

    • Kathy Prendergast

      Some canned cat food is good quality, but it costs more, usually at least twice as much as common commercial brands. What makes cheaper cat food bad for cats is all the grain “filler” used; grain is nutritionally useless for cats, bad for their digestion, and a major cause of obesity and/or diabetes. I agree it’s better to feed your cats fish or chicken than that stuff.

  • Kathy Prendergast

    Cute story and I’m glad it has a happy ending, but that “cat” is only a kitten of 5 months, which is a teenager in cat years and they are no smarter at that age than their human counterparts…the owner shouldn’t be letting him roam around the neighbourhood unsupervised.