Question of the day.

Where do you need to restore balance?

My answer:

In the amount of snacks I give Misha. Usually I give them to him to bribe him, like to stay with me or something, sometimes if there is a more chaotic day it happens that he gets a snack instead of a regular meal, or a couple of snacks actually. Also it is all very chaotic generally because he is normally fed in the kitchen – like gets his usual meals, some human treats and snacks – but then there is Zofijka and me and we also have our own snacks for him, so it looks like that whenever someone comes into the kitchen and prepares/eats something, and Misha is around, they feed him, not consulting it with anyone and not caring whether maybe he just ate something five minutes ago. He’ll come to either me or Zofijka and will usually get a snack too, ’cause oh well you know he’s so cute.

Our luck is that Misha isn’t your average voracious cat who will eat and eat and eat until it literally bursts, he’s actually often very fussy and has better things to do than eating, and he knows that there is food all the time, also his metabolism is very fast and he’s incredibly slim, almost skin and bones. Well not like emaciated or something but yeah, very slim, you can easily feel all his bones and he’s actually small. So physically it doesn’t seem to affect him, at least so far, but I think that – although of course he does like his food – it still isn’t healthy for him both physically and emotionally, because he also seems to like when things are consistent, or that’s how it looks like to me anyway. And boy I wouldn’t like him to become a stereotypical, obese, lazy cat, that isn’t interested in anything else other than his food.

If you want to change the world, you need to start from yourself, so a couple days ago I decided to cut off the amounts of snacks and other food I give Misha and be more careful of that, and also talked to Zofijka about this. My Mum agrees with me, but, you know how it is, until everyone gets used to something, some time must pass, so yeah, for now at least I try to not be too generous for Misha hahaha.

He is a cute child, he amazes me every day how just good-natured and clever he is, plus he seems to become more and more beautiful every hour, and he deserves all the best in the world, but I am not sure if he deserves being overfed, I want him to be the longest living cat in the world. πŸ˜€

How about you?

9 thoughts on “Question of the day.”

    1. It’s just impossible to not spoil your little furball. πŸ™‚ I am just in awe how despite Misha is so spoiled by us all the time, he is still so gentle and well-mannered. Or maybe it’s just that we all are so blinded with love hahaha.

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