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LiberalEsto Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Dec-11-11 08:07 AM
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17. Actually I have the cats on a low-carb grain free food
The dogs have grain-free food too, but it has less protein than the cat food, so the cats view the dog food as "junk food".
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  -My dog keeps eating my cat's food. (Behavior issue). What to do? PotatoChip  Dec-10-11 05:20 PM   #0 
  - Can you put the kitty's food up higher  LoveMyCali   Dec-10-11 05:29 PM   #1 
  - Hey that idea could work for me-  PotatoChip   Dec-10-11 05:44 PM   #2 
  - first, thanks so much for adopting an adult cat -- the older ones  Flaxbee   Dec-10-11 06:16 PM   #3 
  - About the cat food being higher in calories-  PotatoChip   Dec-10-11 11:31 PM   #11 
  - That works for me, too.  Rhiannon12866   Dec-11-11 04:14 AM   #16 
  - I have a picture somewhere of my family's English Setter standing on a table eating the cat food.  GreenPartyVoter   Dec-11-11 12:01 PM   #18 
  - Our cats keep eating our dogs' food  LiberalEsto   Dec-10-11 06:34 PM   #4 
  - Hehe! My new cat eats dog food too.  PotatoChip   Dec-10-11 11:54 PM   #12 
     - Actually I have the cats on a low-carb grain free food  LiberalEsto   Dec-11-11 08:07 AM   #17 
  - Hope the dog can't get at the litter box, or your next doggie kiss might be more interesting.  freshwest   Dec-10-11 06:38 PM   #5 
  - Ick!!! Yes he can get at the box...  PotatoChip   Dec-11-11 12:11 AM   #13 
  - Some dog foods have fish in them. I suspect, may be a lure in cat food.  RedCloud   Dec-10-11 09:29 PM   #6 
  - Thank you for the warning-but too late  PotatoChip   Dec-11-11 12:49 AM   #14 
  - Wow, this makes sense to me!  noamnety   Dec-10-11 09:38 PM   #7 
  - I suppose it is totally possible  PotatoChip   Dec-11-11 03:04 AM   #15 
  - Put the cat's food in a high enough place.  sakabatou   Dec-10-11 10:11 PM   #8 
  - My cats eat on a high window ledge in the mudroom.  riderinthestorm   Dec-10-11 10:28 PM   #9 
  - After years of complaining from my husband  erinlough   Dec-10-11 10:46 PM   #10 
  - let the dog eat it  trueblue2007   Jan-27-12 02:32 AM   #19 
 

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