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June 1, 2012 | By Ches21 | 5 | Need to know

I know that they make ice cream for dogs but do they make it for cats cause I think Shorty would like it and he always wants a bite of my Sherbert or bite of vinalla ice cream and he likes it but I know it is bad for him I think it would be great if … more ›


March 6, 2012 | By Ches21 | 1 | Need to know

Are Plain chopped up mooshie carrots good for cats? Cause Shorty has decided he really likes them and I thought they would be a great and healthy treat for him every now and then so I want to know if it is okay to give him carrots?


November 14, 2011 | By Ches21 | 2 | Need to know

Skitters absoultely loves candy canes I give her the little ones around christmas time every year but I worry about her choking on them and she really loves the peppermint taste of the candy cane so I was wondering if anyone knows a dog treat recipe … more ›


September 26, 2011 | By Ches21 | 2 | S.O.S.!

I need some more ideas for bland cat treats for Shorty he can't have regular cat treats cause he has a senetive stomach and has to be on a special bland diet. I know I can give him egg yolks, cheese and oatmeal but what other bland treats can I give … more ›


July 10, 2009 | By Michele Z. | 6 | Just Curious

I got a free sample of "Appetizers for Cats" in the mail about a week ago, but I haven't noticed them in stores yet. Sometimes Fancy Feast makes new foods available in limited areas before extending its distribution area. I was just … more ›

Michele Z.

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Answer by Ches21

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