Again, to keep from being dependent on one food, I've found Evanger's Goin' Fishin', and looky; it comes in BIG CANS! The price point is better, plus there is enough food for all four cats, with no leftovers to put into the refrigerator. Angel and Chuck LURV this stuff too, so I am glad to have found two kinds of cat crack for their enjoyment. Making sure Chucky eats enough is of primary concern. If I can keep him fed without emptying my pockets of green papers, then it's a thumbs-up all around.
And I have a question for my fellow bloggers: how do I link my blog with my Eastside Cats page in Facebook? Any ideas are welcomed, and thank you.
Disclaimer: I use the term 'crack' as a humorous attempt to describe what all humans who are owned by cats go through with food. Anyone in the real world who is touched by this drug and it's addiction know is not a laughing matter. In Metro Detroit, there is a restaurant that offers 'Crack Fries' on it's menu, and folks have gotten upset with the inference. People who eat the dish admit that the taste is addicting, but in a good way.