After having to cook some chicken separately for a spoilt cat (in his own pan!) yesterday I remembered that I heard about people who actually cook entire meals for their pets.
What do you think about that? Down with Tin Food, enter the 3 course Cat-Gourmet feast?
My father used to prepare some pretty tasty looking dishes for his greyhounds
The spiders and silverfish get whatever happens to drop on the floor...
My friends have two labs, though - and boy, are those dogs spolied! Leftover pan juice on the dog food, bacon strips, liver and onions, and any meat leftover from dinner. One dog got my chocolate cake once - but only cause I fell asleep on the couch before I'd got a chance to eat it. Bad dog!
when i was growing up my dog used to get
breakfast - weetabix with warm diluted mlik
dinner - dog food, also whatever food was left over from us
tea / supper - chopped apple with biscuits with milk
Our cat Fred normally lives on canned food and nuts but of we are cooking chicken or ham he normally does get a piece but as we like spices and herbs and he shouldn't, he gets a little bit cooked on a small wok (it was free with the big one and no i didn't buy it specially !)
Hahahaha...this is funny. No, I am not guilty of this but my mom used to cook chicken and sweet potatoes for my dog (beef for special ocassions). I didnt think it was funny at the time but for some reason when I see it posted as a question, it makes me laugh.
what the feck.jesus i wanna be someones dog from now on.whos offering and i dont need neutering (just a shame i cant lick my own ****)
(just a shame i cant lick my own ****)
Aw, now, reece - I never took you for someone who would give up so easily. "If at first you don't succeed..."
I used to date this girl who was somewhat broke most of the time. However, she still made this elobrate meal for her dogs - ground meat and cottage cheese and all sorts of whacky stuff. I didn't know that dogs ate cottage cheese, but her dogs did.
Personally, all my pets have eaten dry food out of a box. If they don't like it, they can go and catch something fresh to eat themselves. They are animals, after all.
I've got one mouse as a pet, and I haven't felt the need to cook entire meal for him. It would be waste of cooking oil.
I don't cook for my cat, but I make sure I get him good quality cat food and fresh water is available at all times.