feeding cup

I partially raw feed my cats, though as Monty is a bit fussy I can’t go all in with it and have to stick with mixed feeding. The other day I recorded Rolo munching away on a chicken thigh because he was being a particularly noisy little bugger, so I thought hey stick it up here in case people are interested. The first time I heard him eating a chicken leg I was quite freaked out that he was potentially breaking his teeth, but this is what nature designed cat jaws for - crunching up bone. He’s quite an efficient little panther, while Monty is a lazy git and insists I should cut meat up for him!


So I just got back from a week away and during that time my stepmom and dad were taking care of Cassie for me
During the weekend they went away though and had a dog sitter take care of both Cassie and Cooper. I got back late last night and talked to my stepmom this morning about how Cassie was while I was away. She told me that the dog sitter said that she was way too skinny and was extremely malnourished and needs to gain 5-10 lbs. they started feeding her 2 cups 3 times a day and it looks like she gained maybe a pound or 2 (which she probably needed since when I switched her back to raw and traveled back home she dropped probably that much)
So these pictures are from right before I left and I really wanna know opinions on if you guys think she looks starved?

Jewish Penecillin-Literally cures WHATEVER Ails you (Even the Man-cold)


2 cans of chicken broth

1 cup water

Dash ground black pepper

1 medium carrot (we cut up baby carrots)

1 stalk celery, cut up

½ lb chicken breast, boneless skinless (adjust for how much chicken you like and how many people you’re feeding)

about ½ cup egg noodles

Heat the broth, water, black pepper, carrot, celery and chicken in a 2-quart saucepan over medium-high heat to a boil.

Stir in the noodles.  Reduce the heat to medium.  Cook for 10 minutes or until the chicken is cooked through and the noodles are tender.

Cures everything-time of the month, colds, upset stomachs, everything that ails you.

  • Client: I'm not sure how much to feed my dog, can you tell me if I'm feeding enough? I'm feeding x amount of the prescription diet, plus some supermarket food and treats.
  • Nurse: According to the guidelines for the diet, you should be feeding 1/4 cup twice a day exclusively.
  • Client: Oh okay. So how much is a 1/4? I'm not good at Maths, you know.
  • Nurse: ......I don't know how to best describe it to you, but it's basically half of a 1/2 cup.
  • Client: This all sounds very confusing, can I speak to the vet?