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The left hand lives

Thu, 08/09/2012 - 17:34 by Ananth in response to omnivore cat

It's not that Rook is vegetarian, or a carnivore, or anything like that. It's just that he's always hungry and loves to eat. I think it would be easier to list what he doesn't like to eat. Here we go:

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That should cover it. 

More left-handed comics, till Tuesday at least! That's doctor day. 

Shows: We'll be doing SPX and NYCC this year, and I believe that's it. More details on those as we get them. 

See you next week!

Comments

I also had an eat anything cat!

Comment by ShawnTheGirl (not verified) Mon, 08/13/2012 - 15:23

He particularly loved sour cream and onion pringles, and skittles. He was an indoor/outdoor cat who also hunted and ate gophers.

I had a cat in college that

Comment by rainycity1 (not verified) Tue, 08/14/2012 - 12:01

I had a cat in college that loved green beans. We had to stop letting him eat them, however. It turned out that he was allergic to them...

My dog does that too. It's

Comment by Joey_Malik (not verified) Tue, 08/14/2012 - 14:24

My dog does that too. It's weird. He eats snow peas and radishes and lettuce just fine, but if we give him the tiniest piece of meat he throws up. Most backwards dog in the world...

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Comment by Plasticarmyman (not verified) Sat, 08/18/2012 - 00:36

what about Bananas?! you made a comic wherein he destroyed it instead of eating it!!

Becareful of food obsession with cats

Comment by ash (not verified) Fri, 09/14/2012 - 16:00

So cute. I figured there would be so many cat stories in the comments section. I will heed one warning. If the cat gets too obsessed with food, it may eventually become fixated on eating and then develop a kind of anxiety where they eat anything (like erasers and such).

Just be careful because my family had a cat who ate improper things that led to 2000$ surgeries three times. What really scarred us was when the cat finally ate something really terrible and had to be put down. We did everything to change this. We would rotate foods, experiment with feeding times and proportions... playing with her a lot more...