Sunday, 9 April 2006

real horrorshow

I wonder what will happen when I give my cat this to drink?

9 comments:

Ampersand Duck said...

Supposedly he will enjoy the milky yumness without getting the runs. I bought it for the boys when they were little but they never seemed to enjoy it much, so we stuck to water.

jacqueline said...

He will probably love it, but be warned: if he doesn't drink it within the day, it will set in the bowl like a particularly nasty creme caramel. Though it's winter now, so you should be safe.

Pavlov's Cat said...

My girls love this stuff, though I only give it to them occasionally for a treat -- but Jacqueline's right, you can't leave any in the bowl for more than an hour or two. Did you give him some? What happened?

Galaxy said...

Baz will sprout wings. Isn't Taurine the principal ingredient in Red Bull? Huh and you thought being stalked from the bushes was frightening, imagine when he can hover over you like a helicopter all day!

cfsmtb said...

And also gain the ability to wee on victims from a great height.

Susoz said...

I bought the doggy version of this when our dog was dying recently. One day in the supermarket I noticed the cat milk was subtantially cheaper. As far as I could tell, they were exactly the same thing, same proportions of nutrients, etc. (I was nervous about it in case some invisible or missing ingredient gave him diarrhoea.) So I bought the cat milk instead. For some reason the company knows it can get away with charging 50c more for exactly the same sized product labelled as dog rather than cat milk.
Just thought I'd share.

Helen said...

...And we peeted some milk plus with knives then went on the roof with me and my droogs and yowled, oh my brothers, before having a bit of in-out-in-out with the skanky cat from next door. After a bit more of the old ultraviolence, oh my brothers, we went and lay down to listen to some lovely Mozart with Laura...

Lucy Tartan said...

Actually, it was rejected. Last time I bother trying to get my cat whacked out on the expensive species-specific moloko, he can stick to water in future.

JahTeh said...

You shouldn't pander to the little beast, says she who walks to the shop in sleet and snow to buy whole milk because his toffiness won't drink skinny. He won't drink tap water, it has to be boiled. On the other hand he didn't like the very expensive cat biscuits for the elderly, prefers the cheap brand with the bone shapes which he eats first.

Can you divorce a cat?