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The Infinite Cat Project
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- more's the pity." - Louisa May Alcott
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There's nothing cuter than when restaurants have an item
on the menu especially for pets — like cat treats or
biscuits for dogs. These perks are even greater in the summer
when the heat is beating down on you and your animal alike.
Dogs usually get the spotlight when it comes to specialized
menu finds like this, but this new DIY treat finally shifts
the spotlight: ice cream pops for cats. The cold-treat trend
is currently popping up all over Japan, as temperatures in
the country continues to crawl up and cat owners needed a
solution for pets who wouldn't drink from their bowls. The
best part is that you don't have to shell out a dime for
this cat-friendly snack — you'll probably already have
everything you need at home.
You won't have to worry about your family or roommates getting
into this ice cream (if they do, they'll regret it): the
primary ingredient is cat food. "It's not the same ice
cream you'd buy, but by freezing catfood and some water,
you can create a cooling treat for your cat," a Twitter
moment explains. The only other tools you need are an ice
tray and some toothpicks or popsicle sticks, and then PetCo
recommends "adding water [to the canned food] and mixing
it in a blender" before you pour and freeze. Voilà — your
cat will be infinitely happy and you'll be proud of your
Pinterest-worthy DIY. Also, these cat ice-cream pops are
so, so cute.
Regular ice cream is a no-go for cats since they have trouble
properly digesting milk-based products (the sugar, milk,
and cream in the product could give them a pretty bad stomachache).
If you've tried the cat-friendly DIY ice cream and your four-legged
friend is loving it, you might even consider stocking up
on the different versions of the treat throughout the summer.
CANIDAE, a popular pet food brand, has some other great ideas
for frozen cat treats. If you want to switch it up and try
making the ice cream from scratch instead of using cat food,
they recommend blending "eggs, meat or tuna, and whey
powder," mixing the ingredients with a little bit of
water, and freezing the snacks in small cups or an ice tray.
Then, if you want to save some for next week, you can store
them in a freezer bag.
Cats love fish, right? If your cat is a die-hard seafood
lover, CANIDAE suggests opening a can of tuna or salmon into
a bowl (juice included, but remove the bones). Blend the
concoction, and then pull out the ice tray again to freeze
and then serve. If you're feeling creative, you can even
make a game out of the cat-popsicle and simply put a few
cat treats in some water or chicken broth, freeze in an ice
tray, and then let your pet enjoy scavenging for the gold.
Lastly, you can make your cat's homemade ice cream even tastier
by combining cat food with yogurt or fruit instead of water — they'll
definitely appreciate it on a hot day.?
It can be truly difficult to resist those puppy or kitten eyes begging you for
a spoonful of your chocolate chip ice cream on a summer day, but luckily there's
tons of easy pet-friendly alternatives that won't result in upset stomachs (and
a lot of cleaning up on your part). Most of the ingredients can be found right
in your pantry or refrigerator, so you don't even have to leave the comfort of
your air conditioned house. These DIY cat ice-cream pops will likely only take
you a few minutes to actually prepare, but your cat will be grateful for a lifetime — or
you have to do is go to freekibblekat.com,
play a simple trivia game and the site donates kibble to
needy animal shelters. It's free and you can play once a day, every day.
They obviously make a few bucks for themsleves but it's clear that the
majority of proceeds goes to the animals, so please stop in when you
PS, you can also totally
send some kitty vittles with just a click at theanimalrescuesite.com.
Just visit the site and press the big purple button. That's all there
is to it.
Do you love dogs as much as cats? If so, check out PuppyWire.com for
reviews of the best dog products.
Also, make sure you visit MyPetNeedsThat.com for a great selection of
the best products for cats.
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The following is
a relatively short yet very heartening list of those
who have contributed in
support of the Infinite Cat
of listing the names
in any intelligent way I decided to post them alphabetically.
It's not a perfect system, as those of you of Polish descent
get the shaft again <grin> but at least it helps me
keep the names straight.
In case you're wondering, names in white indicate donations
of $5 or less, while green notates donations
in excess of $10. The
lover who recently earned the prestigious "Triple Kittyhead"
for her generous and continuing support. (You know who you
are and I want to have your children.)
Adam, S. Adams, L. Aimone,
S. Almaguer, G. Ancell,
M. Axtell, A. Bachman,
D. Baker, O. Balaban, K. Berenson, H.
T. Blassingame, P. Blassingame,
A. Bolt, R. Bruner, J.
Bullas, A. Chiang, M. Cogen, D. Conlin, B. Coren,
M. Cracauer, D.Davis, M.
Dawson, J. Delton, T. Devrick, J. Diamond,
T. Dixon, C. Dofer, E. Dorfman,
B. Dutton, E. Fitzpatrick,
B. Fonteboa, E. Foss, B. Friesner, G. Garcia, M. Gordon,
A. Greeley, A. Gunn, J.
B. Harper, J. Hays, T.
D. Herbert, A. Hertz, M. Hester,
A. Hilbert, K. Hildebrandt, A.
Houser, V. Huston, , J.
Ikeda, B. Jones,
S. Jowett, P. Keachie, M. Knight, R.
W. Lee, M.
Lufkin, C. Lewis, K.
MacKenzie, M. Mcgann,
J. McGinnis, M. Mckercher,
S. Melhuish, T. Miles, D.
A. Neduha, A. Nelson, L. Nevins,
C. O'Brien, A. Ocean,
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Otto, Pinky & Bunny,
R. Owens, J. Pavlov, R. Perry, C. Phillips,
H. Pirani, C. Plant, R. Poletto, K. Pride, D.
Rakowski, R. Redman, R. Riitala, M. Ryan,
W. Ryngwelski, D. Sanders, M.
H. Sherwood-Taylor, J.
Sokel, S. Somero, M. Stabile, F. Street, J.P.
Thompson, D. Thoms, G. Toland, C. Ullrich,
J. van Luyt, A. Walls, J. Weisenfeld, K.
Welles, B. Wilkinson, J. Williams.