Thursday, May 10, 2012

D Word Update

















Hi everyone Katie here.

Thank you for your kind words of encouragement as I deal with the dreaded D word.  Your response to last week's D WORD POST was overwhelming and has touched my growling kitty stomach.

I am pleased to report my new high-protein, grain-free kibble is actually UBER-delicious. I've studied the recommended daily requirements associated with my new food and taught both Glogirly and Gloman how to properly monitor my portions so that I am both happy and healthy.

They are slow learners but I've not lost hope.



In addition to my daily kibble, I've negotiated generous servings of my fave snack treat, freeze-dried salmon.

From my lesson on the importance of DAILY salmon.

There is still talk of pure protein...something about me being a carnivore.  Frankly I don't see the relationship between carnivals, whores and my foods. But I'm willing to look into this.

The FEED-ME-NOW hunger pains have subsided and I can already see my girlish figure returning.

I'd like to think I can serve as an example of strength, willpower and inspiration to Glogirly and Gloman. After all, what's good for the cat ....

But, mitts off my salmon.  Get your own.


Pee S:  If you're curious what my new kibble is, just click HERE.



28 comments:

  1. I'm glad that you are faring well on your diet...

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  2. Concats, Katie. We all haf to teach our hoomans at one time or anudder.

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  3. It sounds like your diet food is really yummy!

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  4. We love our grain free kibble. We eat something called Go because the protein is source as human quality AND it has very fillers and chemicals. It's okay but not as good as fishy flakes.

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  5. looking good katie looking good!lol Speedy

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  6. Grain free is all we eat, but Ms Katie, discussing your figure to the world!
    Benny & Lily

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  7. Congrats on the progress! It's tough but important. My cat Minuit weighed 18 lbs at this time last year. Then she was diagnosed with diabetes when she began losing weight. She was 14lbs when I adopted her and thanks to a no carb canned food not only is she down to about 10-11lbs, but she doesn't need insulin! Just remember to take it slow. fats weight loss can be dangerous for kitties.

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  8. Good for you, Katie and concats! We didn't even know Science Diet made a grain-free food; hallelujah!

    Now, if only vets could get on board with the needs of obligate carnivores....

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  9. Glad you like your diet food. Socks and I thought the Science Diet was yummy but Scylla wouldn't touch it. Of course that may have made it the ultimate diet food but Mommy caved to her meowings and looked for something else to appease her.

    Oh Katie I think carnivores means you get lots of salmon and other meats, so it is a good thing. Although I has to say I prefer my meats cooked these days. Can you believe Scylla ate raw hamburger meat. ~Arty Mouse

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  10. Katie with the will of iron ..... and the hips of steel!! xox

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  11. Mommy gonna look see what you eatin'.

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  12. carnivals, whores, and foods. sounds like a party at my place.

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  13. I'm grain free also due to allergies but I'm a Royal Canin Rabbit guy all the way!

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  14. Thanks for the name Katie. M said she going to pick some of that up for me. I'm a kibble kind of guy> Wet food is okay, but I really prefer kibble. M wishes tho you could buy small sampler sized packages just in case I don't like it - which sometimes happens when she wants me to eat the healthy foods.

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  15. That's the food I won at Christmas pawty only mine isn't grain free—I also don't like it. My wet food is grain free, at least some of it is. TW likes to feed me different brands so if one gets recalled or the store is out of it, I'll still be able to eat something I like.

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  16. I sure am glad you got it figured out, but now I'm hungry!

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  17. I'm definitely going to check out your kibble Katie. I have been through about six different brands trying to find a grain-free kibbs that the boys ALL like and its proving difficult!

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  18. Mommie is going to ask the vet about this food. We have never had grain products problems, but it seems like grain free is more healthy.

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  19. Hmmmm... great tips about this type of food! Thanks to share!

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  20. Beautiful and ever so purrfect Miss Katie!! Yay for your new fuds and yummy salmon!! Me and Charlie just know your new diet will enhance your already gorgeous self! Yay!! take care
    x

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  21. Glad to hear that you like your new diet :)
    I eat Science Diet wetfood efurry morning = nom nom !

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  22. Katie, I'm nervous. I'm going to the v-e-t in a few minutes and I'm afraid they will want to put me on the dreaded D too! And I already eat grain free foods! I'm afraid I'm gonna get less food! Yikes! What's a cat to do??

    Wally

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  23. Yo go girl! Looking good on that diet!
    P.S. I can't get enough of your blog :o)

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  24. The ax is gonna fall around here at the end of may when Shaggy has his check up. The vet usually has us buy the expensive prescription food but yours looks like a nice option. We didn't know Sci Diet made a grain free dry. Learned something new. May just go ahead and make the switch now.

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  25. Darling, you have always looked purrfect to me. Still, if it keeps the pawrents happy, whatever. The Human, who has waaaaaay more padding than she needs, wishes I would eat more but the King is a lean, mean lovin' machine, MOL!

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  26. The mom switched our food to grain free, hoping we will loss an ounce or two.

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