Pronounced: “Kitta-yh” of course.
Isn’t she adorable? Sadly, she isn’t mine. She’s our neighbors cat, and is extremely friendly. With everyone. I call her (Pardon my French!) The kitty whore of the neighborhood. She gets around. Meowing outside everyone’s doors and windows. But I love her anyway.
She loves rolling around, and playing with my mom’s laser pointer. (Where does that red light come from? Regardless, she can never catch it. It drives her crazy!)
Our neighbor told us her name, but I can’t remember it. So I just call her Kitta-yh. It fits. I love it when she meows outside my window!
I asked if I could get some treats for her, and the neighbors said it was ok! I looked at the grocery store, and all of the brands contained some sort of chicken or fish “meal” and while I know that cats need meat in their diet to survive, I just don’t want to take part in it. She can get her meat from her food. I looked at Whole Foods, and they didn’t have any cat treats! I decided I would make her some, but can’t find a good recipe.
Does anyone have a vegetarian cat treat recipe?
(Crappy photo of a) Whole Foods salad, for the win!!! I only get these about every six weeks, so I pile those veggies on! I was a little upset, they didn’t have the normal tags listing the ingredients up, so there was a few things I didn’t get, as I was afraid they had gluten in them. : / Oh well. I think I got enough!
I also got these at Trader Joes… I had no idea what they were! They’re alright. And very spicy. I don’t think I would go out of my way to get them again. I don’t know what it is, but for some reason I’m craving ethnic, particularly Thai food lately. Maybe it’s because most Thai “ramen” instant noodle bowls use rice noodles and are gluten free. I’m a sucker for simplicity.
I have another thing I need your guy’s help with. I don’t have much of a green thumb, but my chocolate mint plant, (Yes chocolate mint! It’s a little more mellow on the mint with just a teensy tiny hint of chocolate…) is taking over my yard. Case in point:
Does anyone know a good way to ship fresh herbs? Because if I find a way that works, I’d be totally willing to send some to whoever wants some! (Provided the demand’s not too high and I’ve got some left) I thought about just drying it all, but dried herbs only last about a year, and fresh herbs are so much fun. So I wanted to share. Let me know if you have any ideas!
Lastly, THIS is the greatest blog I’ve ever seen. I’ve got a whole new respect for Suri Cruise. (Even though I know she’s not the one who’s really writing it.) Have you ever seen “Suri’s Burn Book” before?