Madi and Mom

Madi and Mom
Down Home in NC

Thursday, June 18, 2015

Thursday Tale: Starvation











Thus the day in the life of a starving Diva
Hugs
Madi

Note from Meany Mom:  Madi also gets  ~2/3 cup of  kibble a day:  1/3 with breakfast and 1/3 before bed. She is such a 
Drama Queen!!

37 comments:

  1. Oh yes, a drama queen for sure! I feed our crew of cats twice a day. They meow for about an hour before time!!!

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  2. Madi, even Eeyore couldn't have been hidden behind that piddly little amount. We think you should be rationing your mom, too. Only fair.

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  3. This makes us look like little piggies. We eat lots more than that. Mommy says we get a bunch of exercise by acting like crazy kittehz, though. MOL!
    Happy Thursday!
    >>Smooches<< from your besties.

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  4. Owl would have had something wise to say about all that!

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  5. We had to squint to see the food on the plate. Are u sure she put some on there fur you. :)

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  6. Wow, that does look kind of sad on the plate! I get twice that much for breakfast, and for dinner I get a whole half a can! But then, I don't eat any dry food.

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  7. NO!!!!!! Not the DIET thingy!!!! But Madi you looks pawfect to me...do the 3 legged standing thingy on the scales, that should stop this DIET torture!!!!!
    Loves and licky kisses
    Princess Leah xxx

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  8. OMD, you poor thing, Madi. This is no way to treat a princess!

    Love ya lots♥
    Mitch and Molly

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  9. how can she do that? You are a DIVA....maybe Pooh can find more food in that hole of the tree?
    easy rider

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  10. You're going to waste away to nothing with that microsopic amount of canned food, Madi! Paws crossed that this diet ends soon.

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  11. Madi, we are firing up the tunnel and will be right there with lots and lots of food. At your age, you should be able to eat whatever you want to eat. But it is probably healthier for you to eat just a little less. You all have a great day.

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  12. I nearly fainted from relief when i read you get kibble ALSO... i was about to call the cat patrol to come rescue you from being tortured and starved... MOL one thing for sure you do look healthy.

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  13. Well, we sure are glad Mom added that note - we were worried you REALLY would be starving!!!

    It akes Mom 87 hours to prepare our meals too, and then we are done in less than 20 seconds:)

    Woos - Ciara and Lightning

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  14. OMC OMC THAT is such a TINY amount that we had to BIGGIFY the Pictures and put mom's Glasses on to even TRY to see it... and the kibble portions are just UNSPEAKABLE... That is not enough to feed a Squirrel.
    THIS is a HORROR... we don't know how you can have enough energy to even get on the bed... let alone climb that Mountain of Steps you have...

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  15. OMC how can you survive on that teeeennnnyyyy tinnnyyyy bit? Do you know what OUR Mom does? One super duper teeny tiny Fancy Feast can.....split between the 3 of us! HUH? That's outrageous!!! Oh yeah...we do have kibble too but really......portions? How about a can EACH Mom????

    Hugs,
    your guy Raz and The Florida Furkids

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  16. Oh Mom, they do their best to make us feel bad don't they? Putter runs and yowls like she hasn't eaten in 87 days. Little piggy gets a whole lot more than Madi too.

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  17. I can smell that food from here...is that salmon?!? I cannot believe you only get that scroungy little bit! You poor Diva Kitty.
    Oz

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  18. Madi, I know what you mean! They want to starve us!
    Then last night they were eating fish! I love the smell of fish!
    Fortunately, I did manage to get a few bites, the sad brown eyes worked! BOL
    Hugs,
    Molly & Kathy

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  19. Oh NOse I was so worried that our mom would take one look at you, and then take one look at us, and start dividing our food up also......oh dear!!!
    stella rose

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  20. Hari Om
    ...but Eyore is sad about EFURRYthing... I will get worried only if it is your shadow I see next time, instead of your good self, Madi... Hugs and whiskeries, YAM-aunty xxx

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  21. Yikes! No wonder you are hungry pretty Madi!

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  22. MAdi, you can come to my house and get some good stuffs!!

    Wags
    Oreo

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  23. Oh noes Madi..we would be starveratin!! Which is what Mom calls us when we act all funny when she is getting our food ready!

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  24. OMD, it's a wonder you are not too weak to stand and run for your meat ;)
    Dip and Elliot x

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  25. madi...manee thanx ta dai$y ...we noe all bout drama...thiz iz knot drama...thiz iz an eggz cuse for ewe ta start a rebellionz....that ewe onlee get 1/3 oh a peece oh kibble iz an out rage...frank lee we dunno how yur mom even cuts it inta thurdz....but thatz az they say... a moot point.....a cargo load oh catch oh de day iz enroute....look for it sum time round 19 hundred { thatz sailor talk for 7 !!! }

    Heerz two a longnose whiptail catfish kinda week oh end ♥♥♥

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  26. We are having food issues at our house too Madi. Every morning we get up, I go outside to potty and then expect my breakfast to be served. do you know Mom has had the nerve the last two mornings to go the bathroom BEFORE serving me.
    Well I let her know my displeasure
    hugs
    Mabel
    Bailey & Hazel too

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  27. Madi, we totally agree with you… there is never enough food served! MORE, MOOOREEEE!!!

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  28. I am sorry that you are being starved- I think demerits need to be issued.

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  29. Madi, we think maybe you need an Intervention to get you some food! Mumsy always keeps kibble in the big dish in the kitchen so we can nom when we get hungry. We panic when we can see the bottom of the bowl even just a little bit!

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  30. My crew has felt that way on more days than they can count -- Despite nearly starving every single day, and making them wait, they love me anyway! :-)

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  31. Oh no, not the dreaded measured food! Angel Pip warned me all about that ...they used to do that to him, too. But he always outsmarted the humans by learning to open cabinet doors and help himself!

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  32. It seems you have the exact same problem as I do! Not enough food! Well, not enough nice food anyway. I am not counting that dry stuff that's there all day long! I am with you on this one Madi!!

    Miaow
    Miss Oswin

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  33. If you have read my blog, you know that I have 2 kitty sistahs. They have food in their bowl all the time (mum had to put it where I -- and Cody before me) could not reach it. Every few days she opens one of the little containers of Meow Mix wet food. Only Tigger III eats it, so she only opens one -- that is also because after Tigger has eaten her fill, she knocks it on the floor for ME to finish!!! I personally get 2 scoops of Kibble in the morning and one container of Beneful moist food in the evenings (when mum remembers -- which is almost EVERY day unless I get a LOT of treats)

    Toodle pip

    Cookie

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