As you might suspect, we have had our share of cats in our lives at My Healthy Bliss. Country living just seems to bring with it a series of cats that interview you to see if you are worthy of adopting. I'll never forget regal Ashleigh, the beautiful, wild Siamese brought home by soft hearted daughter number two. Ashleigh tamed up pretty quickly when she discovered that we had tuna!
There were so many others that we've loved over the years. Tiger, found as a tiny kitten in a church parking lot and smuggled home in our oldest daughter's bike basket. We hid Tiger from Dad for 2 months before he caught on. Tiger allowed us to share his home for 15 wonderful years.
Wild Naoshi, the colorful calico, came to realize that we had food here and blessed us with her litter of kittens under our front porch. Mikey, the orange tabby with amber eyes, who was rescued from a trip to the pound and has been sharing our home for 11 years. And now, our new friend, the big gray tabby who is still wild but comes for breakfast and dinner every day and patrols our perimeter by night. Mr. Gray appears to be neutered and hasn't decided to keep us yet, but negotiations are still underway.
At My Healthy Bliss we are definitely suckers for felines. There is something suspicious about animals that are overly accepting of people, we think. We respect the caution of cats...they usually have to think about whether they are going allow you to participate in their lives.
Over the years we discovered that food sensitivities in cats were usually pretty easy to spot. Mikey has a sensitive tummy that returns to us any food that doesn't agree with him. We have also had plenty of experience with hairballs, urinary tract problems and other delicate kitty issues.
As usual, we feel like the answers to these problems often lies in the quality of the food kitty is eating. Traditional cat foods often contain corn, soy, wheat and lots of carbohydrates and fillers, none of which your cat needs. At My Healthy Bliss we spent years searching for the best cat foods that had the most important main ingredient: real meat! And we have found what we feel are the best, most nutritious choices for your cat with all the meats kitty craves including chicken, turkey, seafood and lamb.
And, of course, what cat doesn't love a little catnip every now and then? Ours love organic catnip and we keep plenty on hand for regular treats. We have also found that our favorite uses for GMO corn and wheat now days are in our cat litter! These super clumping litters seem to keep odor down and don't track like clay litters.
Keep your favorite cats healthy and happy with nutritious products from My Healthy Bliss!