Tuesday, February 10, 2009
Food for thought...
Friends, fans, and fiends;
I feel the time has come to impart more of my vast knowledge to you all about how our humans should be treating us. We are kings! And queens...and some of us even jesters. But, to each their own!
I have recently approved funding for the Research and Development team to create a new branch of their department devoted to the proper feeding of our kitties-in-arms. This new program shall be known as the Meow March Meals Mission - or Mmmm for short.
I am now pleased to provide to you, the first round of information which Mmmm has gathered:
Dry Kitten Food: This stuff is delicious! From what I've heard, it's like human fast food, or tv dinners. While this food is very tasty, the nutritional value of the food varies from brand to brand.
Specialty Dry Kitten Food: While healthier for you, and providing more of the vitamins and minerals a cat needs to grow strong enough to throw off the bonds of his/her oppressors, it tastes like vegetables - yuck! I do not approve, give me junk food any day!
Organic Dry Kitten Food: This is the best option from both worlds: Taste and Nutritional Value. It tastes great cause it's made of all those real foods, like chicken, and tuna, rice, and beef. None of those artificial flavors. And it's healthier for you for those same reasons, our bodies can take in more nutrients from natural foods than they can from artificial vitamins and minerals.
The trick to teach our humans is this: Organic and Green are not the same things. Organic food is great, but Green Organic food is amazing. The difference is this:
Organic food is made from all natural ingredients. Things like chicken, beef, salmon, rice, etc.
Green means that it is also safe for the environment because of the way that it is manufactured. That means there was no Animal Testing. And, it's produced without the use of petroleum-based pesticides and fertilizers, and uses meat from animals that were raised without antibiotics or growth hormones which can pollute waterways.
Do any of you cats and kitties out there in the inter-nets eat some of this organic stuff? If so, how is it? My humans' wills are weakening, they are succumbing to my mind-powers and are considering buying it. I do not wish them to get rid of my current favorite before I know if I will like the new food. I need all the input I can get!