Baked Cat Food

Maybe cats thought it tasted great, but it sounded disgusting.

Baltimore Sun - Jan 19, 1975

     Posted By: Alex - Fri May 18, 2018
     Category: Food | Products | Cats | 1970s

The stench in the factory making this is what I think about. They surely had exhaust fans on their ovens.
Posted by Virtual on 05/18/18 at 09:50 AM
Baked cat food? On many occasions I have watched as my cat stalks a fly, a bee, or mouse that has somehow made it's way into our home. She will stalk her prey until she catches and kills it. She will then eat it! I buy the food she will eat. She supplements her diet with the occasional killed and captured treat. The idea of baked cat food would not be of any importance to her. Nor do I feel the need to proudly express to our fellow cat owners that my cat is entitled to a more expansive diet. (My Friday soapbox rant mode: OFF)

agent j
Posted by agent j on 05/18/18 at 10:22 AM
Life was tough for #4 once Peter Davison took over.
Posted by Old Whitebelly on 05/18/18 at 10:37 AM
The cat that rejects premium “gourmet” cat food will cheerfully gobble up another cat’s puke. So
much for the “discerning cat.”
Posted by Brian on 05/18/18 at 03:03 PM
As Gallagher once pointed out, "Why buy 'gourmet' food for an animal that licks its anus?"
Posted by KDP on 05/18/18 at 09:38 PM
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