That awkward moment when you realize that feeding a raw diet makes you happy about some strange things.

And the FedEx man knocked, and lo, verily, were there not only 36 pounds of still-frozen ground raw rabbit in the styrofoam-lined box, there were also two gallon-sized freezer bags filled with tiny dead newborn rabbits. And there was much rejoicing in the land. Apartment. Apartment-land.

No, seriously, I’m so happy¬†to get my hands on those popsicles. And my cats will be, too, in a couple days. Those suckers are hard to get ahold of!

In conclusion: Wholefoods4pets is seriously the best, and I weep for you if you haven’t been able to get on their customer list.

2 comments to That awkward moment when you realize that feeding a raw diet makes you happy about some strange things.

  • Sheila McGivern

    There are so many new cat foods out now… when can you update your Good list of dry cat foods?

    Thanks~

    Ariane Reply:

    Is there such a thing as good dry foods? This site, and many others, talk about how dry food is inherently bad for cats, because it doesn’t contain enough water.
    Cats evolved to thrive in a desert climate, and they need to get most if not all of their moisture from their food. They don’t have a strong thirst drive, and if fed dry food, they will never drink enough to keep up with their water need. The result is a permanently slightly dehydrated cat with all the health risks associated, like risk of kidney issues, urinary issues, etc.
    Consider not feeding your cat dry and instead switching (slowly) to wet foods, or even, ideally, raw.