WAFFLES: One chicken, two chicken, three chicken, more.
WAFFLES: Five chicken, six chicken, uh... how many chickens???
WAFFLES: ...how many chickens?
KATIE: You can dream about chickens all you want, Waffles. The real deal is here in the kitchen.
So about that 100 pounds of cat food...
One of the perks of visiting Minneapolis is our favorite pet food deli, Woody's. It's where we've been getting all of our food for the past couple of years. It's by far the best food we've ever had. Not only do Katie and Waffles love it, it's in our opinion, a gazillion times healthier than what the big pet food companies line the store shelves with. We like to refer to it as 'species-appropriate.' In layman terms, that means it's as close to what cats would eat in the wild as you can get. Everything they need and nothing they don't.
Sometime in the near future, we'll share some of the more technical aspects of why we believe in this food so much. And soon we're going to be VERY excited to share the news that Woody's will be shipping! That's right, our jealous friends from all over the country that don't have a Woody's near them, will soon be able to have this awesome food delivered to their doorstep. More to come on that!
(Oh, and we want to mention that Woody's is not sponsoring us or compensating us in any way. In fact they don't advertise at all. We just LOVE them so much, we can't keep our kitty lips sealed.)
Here's what 100+ pounds of food (actually closer to 150 since we already had a good supply on hand) looks like in our freezer. With the exception of a couple of frozen pizzas and TV dinners for Glogirly, everything you're looking at is cat food. Each of those white tubs contains 5 pounds of fresh, frozen ground chicken or duck. Duck for Katie's discriminating palate. And chicken of course, for Waffles.
WAFFLES: Whoa...that's a lotta, lotta chickens!