Nubia: Renegade isn’t Eating? What are we Going to do!

Hi everyone,

It’s HRH Nubia here today! Can you believe that my gourmand of a brother would stop eating? Yes Renegade the black hole that normally swallows every last bit of food…

Smart as I am I quickly realised that the reason he stopped eating and being as active as normal was down to an acute incident of boredom… Of course I had the purrfect solution to this problem thanks to our friends from Doc & Phoebe’s Indoor feeder. But do read on in our cartoon. 🙂

I hope you enjoyed our fun educational cartoon and for more tips & advice around portion control as well as how to make feeding more fun for us felines check out these other posts:

Signed by,

Her Meowjesty Queen Nubia the Disturber of Peace

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18 thoughts on “Nubia: Renegade isn’t Eating? What are we Going to do!

  1. colonialist says:

    Good idea, that, except that our pooch population might be better at hunting the treats than the cats! Our cats get their kicks from seeing how many humans in a row they can sucker into feeding them.

  2. reflectionsbyexodushouseministries says:

    Hooray…the comics are back! I have little puzzles like that around my house. Every once in a while one of my kits will drag a few upstairs and place them in their food dish!? talk about take the hint!?? So for about 3days…they get most of their meals hunting around the house, and a scoop in their bowls at night.
    Demanding and smart…certainly a dangerous combination!???!
    Thanks and Blessings to you..mane your furry family!??? Andrea.

  3. meowmeowmans says:

    Nubia, you sure are a great sister to help Renegade out like that. 🙂 Doc and Phoebe’s Indoor Hunting Feeder is such a wonderful idea.

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