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Monday, January 17, 2011

The question

The question is -

if one (theoritically) drops an entire 20 pound bag of cat food on the floor, or more preciesely, if the bottom falls out of the bag because it sat in teh truck through a rain shower and endured the ravages of the feral cats - can one leave the food on the floor for the house kitties to eat, or must one pick the food up?

Observation -

Jonah prefers the floor pile, Mickie likes the dishes (or more specifically, the tupperwares that came from the lunch meat).

Fact -

I am single and there is no one else to go "crunch in the night" on the way to the bathroom as they leap the pile....

Fact -

Only 10 pounds of the food pile fits in the old litter pan (that then spills when placed in the closet).

Fact -

Ten pounds of food on the floor is still a lot of food on the floor....


  1. I see where you are going with this... I say if your cats are (theoretically) good mousers, then go for it. However, if the mousing skills are up for debate, I'd err on the side of caution.

  2. Ahhhh, the "good ol' days" when I lived alone and could contemplate a situation like this...I miss that.

    Puzzle says that if you must spill enormous amounts of catfood, please do it in the bathtub, where he can get to it but the dogs can't reach.

  3. I say...leave it. LOL! or I second the big dog borrowing.
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