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Dreamies claw resistant tub....

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sharksonmyswimsuit Thu 21-Mar-19 13:42:46

Is anything but. And I'm not even sure how the cat got on top of the fridge to get there in the first place. But she did. And ate the best part of a 350g tub of cat crack dreamies. She's now doing the cat equivalent of DH lying on the sofa whinging that he's eaten too much for tea.

The dreamies have been relocated to an old coffee jar with a screw top lid. Hopefully she will stop sulking and forgive me soon.

So if you've got one of those dreamies tubs be warned!!!!

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Borris Thu 21-Mar-19 13:46:32

Mine got in too!

Although I think they knocked it off the side and it cracked when it hit the floor

Borris Thu 21-Mar-19 13:47:04

I don’t know why they can’t make dreamies flavoured worming tablets

BarbaraofSevillle Thu 21-Mar-19 14:15:07

I don’t know why they can’t make dreamies flavoured worming tablets

Now that would be brilliant and also an interesting experiment to see whether the cat spots that there's something sinister about that particular dreamie.

I've given up with worming tablets and use dronspot, which is a spot on wormer. Is more expensive but considering that most worm tablets got spat out when I wasn't looking, needed to be administered by the vet, or involved much blood and tears on my part, they're worth the extra cost.

Toddlerteaplease Thu 21-Mar-19 15:11:33

Do I have the only cats who can be trusted with an open pack of dreemies lying around?

HelloJackieYouLookNice Thu 21-Mar-19 15:13:08

BigCat turns her nose up at Dreamies. The kitten has never been offered any because of this. Maybe I’m neglecting her? wink

Springersrock Thu 21-Mar-19 15:17:23

My cats got into it as well

The tub was kept in a high up kitchen cupboard but I think they stopped fighting long enough to work together to liberate the it

Allergictoironing Thu 21-Mar-19 19:53:11

No Toddler, mine are safe too. I used to keep an open bag of Dreamies on the coffee table so it was to hand when I wanted to treat them, and at bed time etc., and when I say "open" I mean not even sealed back up but the top gaping. That bag was never touched by the cats, and the only reason it isn't there is because I have a tub there now that I only have to top up every few weeks.

Slices of chicken is a different matter however... grin

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