Today Jen has brought the secret weapon to make sure we all eat- canned food!
I had a big ole’ can of Pedigree, and the cats are eating Whiskas pouches. Everybody has a full tummy so everyone should be happy.
Jen said that perhaps to get us back into the routine, we can try new foods to see what we’re most apt to eat.
We are under a Winter Storm Warning here in Dothan, Alabama. It’s mostly expected to be an ice event. Jen has to make it home before 5 PM today or she may not be home before Thursday!
Just in case, she’s putting out extra water, food to nibble on, and prepping a place for Rumpy to potty.
A special thank you to the Rainbow Cats and their humans for their gift. We are most grateful.
Stay warm, everybody in the Northern Hemisphere, and stay cool everybody the Southern one!
25 thoughts on “Jen’s Secret Weapon…..”
Stay safe you guys and Rumpy you take good care of June Buggie til Jen can get home.. ❤
Please be safe Jen and make sure that you have an emergency kit in the car. I would take blankets or better a sleeping bag if you have it and some water. I am sure your cell phone will be fully charged.
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We had to make a run to Publix yesterday, too! Love that place. We’re not expecting that much snow/ice but it’s always better to be safe than sorry, right? Much love, The Scottie Mom.
Stay safe Jen. We know the dangers of snow and/or ice storms – there’s no such thing as being “too careful”. Get home safely to your babies. That’s a good strategy you used to get them to eat again – canned food will do it every time!
Stay warm and safe friends. We will say prayers that Jen gets home early, so you can be warm and safe together.
Love and licks,
Oh Rumpy, please stay safe from the Winter Storm. I hope that Jen will get back home much earlier……
Be safe, be safe! They need to send everyone home EARLY!!! Jen is so good to prepare for your safety…..xo
I hope you will stay safe and warm and nothing will happen to you.
We heard that you Southerners were gonna be getting some of this Bad Cold DANGEROUS weather. You all stay IN and SAFE and WARM. that is what WE are doing… it was -10 actual temp on our hill this AM…
Oh! Get home safely! And I wish you all the best through the storm!!
((Husky hugz frum da pack))
“Love is being owned by a husky”
Stay safe and warm!xx Speedy
Stay safe and warm and well fed. Mama has a lick, oops link for you…
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Tell Jen if she feels like cooking she can check out some of my recipes in Oswald’s kitchen. I’m a pretty picky eater, so I make sure they are all quite tasty. Much love to all of you guys, Rumpy. ~Oswald
Stay safe, Jen! Be sure to pack an emergency kit in your car, okay?
Stay warm, everybody. We love you!
I didn’t realise you were in Dothan! I grew up in Destin, Fl – a near neighbourhood almost!
Meow! Storms are scary. Maybe if there’s snow you can make a snowdog. We’re keeping all 40 paws crossed for Jen to get home safe and sound. Love & lots of safety purrs & kitty kisses!
Oh my goodness! I hope Jen gets home in time. That would be awful. Stay warm all!!!
Gosh whee hope Jen gets homes safely and you all stay warm and safe. Don’t think whee need to worry though, Jen knows what she’s doing. Maybe you could do a pets guide to organizing your hooman to prepare for weather events like this? Whee would be furry interested to know what goes into planning for it.
Nacho, Noah, Buddy & Basil
Keep warm and stay safe. Stay home if the roads are icy.
We always resort to lovely, smelly wet food when a passenger isn’t eating. 99% success and full tummies. Glad you lot are all enjoying yours. It does sound horribly cold with you – here’s to Jen making it back in time.
Gosh, I do hope you will all be OK.
I supplement the Boxer dogs dry food with pouches because they are such poor eaters – they would rather play than eat. That gets them to their bowls, and they eat only what they need for the next game or three.
Take care x.
Take care! Stay warm and safe!