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Fussy Eaters [Jan. 9th, 2018|07:07 pm]
Tony Grist
We gave my mother a nice piece of salmon for her lunch. She ate the chips and the kale that went with it and left the fish almost untouched. I'm guessing she saw this big lump of unidentified something and thought "I can't be bothered to cut that up."

So we gave the salmon to the cat. He also ignored it. I'm guessing he thinks it's not cat food unless it comes swimming in jelly or gravy. 

[User Picture]From: matrixmann
2018-01-09 08:33 pm (UTC)
Hm, I think with cats it was a not so easy thing with fish - some eat it (in general and also prepared as a typical animal food) and some don't. Guess it's dependent which food they were brought up with from the early days?
At least, it doesn't need to depend on the form they get it put before their noses. It can also be covered in jelly and they turn their face away in disgust.
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[User Picture]From: poliphilo
2018-01-10 09:03 am (UTC)
Our cat came to us from a rescue place aged 4 so I don't know how he was fed in his formative years.
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[User Picture]From: lblanchard
2018-01-10 02:44 am (UTC)
Our little guy loathes salmon, loves tuna.
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[User Picture]From: poliphilo
2018-01-10 09:01 am (UTC)
Strange how picky they can be.

I don't suppose wild cats develop these fads. I can't see a lion turning its nose up at zebra because it prefers giraffe.
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[User Picture]From: howlin_wolf_66
2018-01-10 01:26 pm (UTC)
I would say that a cat ignoring salmon is definitely highly irregular!
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