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11. Posted by mtlgal (Full Member 1179 posts) 11y

I don't even cook for myself!

12. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 11y

No way!!! With the number that we have - they'd bankrupt us!!! Then, when the cupboards were bare and the frig was empty, they would take us hostage. I don't want cats chewing on my fingers and toes - it's not natural. I'm not prey.

13. Posted by Reece Sanford (Travel Guru 1368 posts) 11y

Quoting tway

Quoting -reece-

(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..."

Take out a couple of ribs and i hear its possible tina ;)

14. Posted by evakan (Full Member 188 posts) 11y

My dog wouldn't touch his breakfast or dinner unless it was topped with American Cheese. Wierd

15. Posted by areinstein (Travel Guru 2788 posts) 11y

Quoting evakan

My dog wouldn't touch his breakfast or dinner unless it was topped with American Cheese. Wierd

Have you ever tried to trick him with Swiss cheese? I hear dogs are color blind .

16. Posted by Sunniebgi (Full Member 67 posts) 11y

in Barbados we have something called Speckled Rice. It's basicaly rice that is not fit for Human consumption, it's dirty, has bugs (dead) whatever.. and it's packaged and sold in the Grocery store for Dog food. I never in all my life ever thought I'd be cooking rice for my dog (dogs..the one we have brought home a friend). but I usually take the days old left overs from chicken/beef etc and stew it up.. add water..rice and let it cook like regular rice.. Thats what they get .. plus canned stuff and chow.
the rice is cheaper here than the canned food or the chow.. so.. thats what we use.

17. Posted by Cupcake (Travel Guru 8468 posts) 11y

I have never specifically cooked for my pets, but they do end up with very elaborate, expensive left-overs.

Three years ago, it was my turn to cook Thanksgiving dinner...I took the turkey out of the over, set it on the counter, proceeded with other things..went to the living room to tell everyone dinner was ready...and when we got back to the kitchen...there was my Dane, with half of the turkey in his mouth (a 25 lb. turkey!!)
Oh, I haven't been asked to make Thanksgiving dinner since:)

Sometimes...I think the animals eat better than the rest of the family;)

18. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 11y

One or two of our tribe (there are the usual suspects) got an unintentional treat yesterday afternoon. Some of your know that I made a cheesecake for beerman's birthday. As it cooled on the kitchen counter - but was still quite hot - someone(s) had a good ol' time licking a big hole in it. (All I could do between staring at the cake and trying to find remnants of it on the face of the culprit(s), was think God, I hope you didn't just clesan your butt with that tongue!) At least they didn't get to the Cornish hens!

19. Posted by areinstein (Travel Guru 2788 posts) 11y

Quoting isadora

One or two of our tribe (there are the usual suspects) got an unintentional treat yesterday afternoon. Some of your know that I made a cheesecake for beerman's birthday. As it cooled on the kitchen counter - but was still quite hot - someone(s) had a good ol' time licking a big hole in it. (All I could do between staring at the cake and trying to find remnants of it on the face of the culprit(s), was think God, I hope you didn't just clesan your butt with that tongue!) At least they didn't get to the Cornish hens!

Did anyone get sick yet?

20. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 11y

Well, the cats all seem fine and we didn't eat that part of the cheesecake. Though, the usual suspects have been rather incognito this morning...

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