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I have to constantly be mindful of disposing of certain kinds of trash and keep half an ear out for the telltale crinkle that tells me Ravage is eating goddanmned plastic again. What is it about cats and plastic?

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My cat keeps eating grass.
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My cat keeps eating grass.
I had a dog that used to do that, most chilled out dog in the world...

You mean grass as in 'grass' right?

Um, forget I said anything!

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my old cat Emerald was addicted to blue cheese, she was well behaved normally but turned into Professor Moriarty when there was blue cheese in the house.
My missus's cockapoo Frostyis addicted to socks.

My Chinchillas Sam & Max, will eat anything at least once, human toenails (still attached) are a delicacy (and painful too)

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My cat also loves mayonnaise and prawns
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I wont give my cat any people food, but she will steal chips when she gets a chance. Ruffles, Tostitos, Fritos, Cheetos, whatever. She will pull one out of the bag and run away with it.

My gfs cat will walk up to whatever youre eating, sniff it, and walk away. Weve tried to give her steak, chicken, fish, anything; she will eat nothing but cat food. I did discover however she likes cookie dough!
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My cat keeps eating grass.
All of mine do that too, I think it's something most cats do, if they can. Apparently, it's for folic acid, expelling other indigestibles by hurling the bits of grass they can't digest, as a laxative, or maybe all. To be honest, if I could eat grass and get rid of all my accumulating furballs by hurling at once, that'd be great.

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My dalmatian never eats anything green. Or rather she does.

If you drop, say a bit of a cucumber, she will dash over and sniff it, sometimes putting it in her mouth, before deciding she doesn't like it.

But she does have an obsession with peanut butter.



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As someone who has ties to Veterinary Medicine this thread is making me cringe.


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My dalmatian never eats anything green. Or rather she does.

If you drop, say a bit of a cucumber, she will dash over and sniff it, sometimes putting it in her mouth, before deciding she doesn't like it.

But she does have an obsession with peanut butter.
And why doesn't that surprise me?

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