It has been two months since we checked in on the old girl on a Caturday, but I must tell you of the latest, little discovery.
She is now eating cat food, loving it, and sleeping sleeps of contentment.
Wet food, I mean. Canned food.
When she first came to live with us, we were concerned that she wouldn't eat canned cat food. Sue called the rescue centre to discover what they had been feeding her.
They had the same experience. She only ate dry food.
But we were told by a cat person that a diet of only dry food could be problematic for the kidneys.
We resorted to light human tuna as a supplement to her mostly dry diet. She loved it but mainly the juice, and as time went on, she ate less and less of the actual tuna to the point where I was trashing so much tuna that I was willing to give up.
Then I thought that maybe she simply didn't like chewing (go figure), and so I purchased a can of liver pâté.
Miracle of miracles, she cleaned the plate.
She continues to do this if it s straight liver or liver with fish such as whitefish, tuna or salmon.
But not if it is chicken or turkey with liver. No no no.