Miss Penny w the Beast

Indigo adopted us after Cody died

Miss P was not well disposed towards him

Not only did she intrude on her grief

She was ‘skeerd’ of him

“Teeth like bone needles”

Fear of puncture is big in old people

She needn’t have worried

He’s a real gent

Love of our lives

 

Rat Poop in Food – How much is legal?

“Many of your favorite foods may contain bits and pieces of creatures that you probably didn’t know were there”

No self respecting Mother would allow any.

The food industry, owned by Big Pharma tells us it’s unreasonable to rid our food of every contaminate.

Only because the harvesting, shipping and processing procedures are not conducive to keeping things safe.

If human grade food is so riddled with filth – what must pet food contain?

Buy organic, grow what u can, share with others, stop buying processed product.

The USDA & US_FDA are in the business of supporting the system. They care less about us, our pets or the animals we consume.

How can cruelty, disrespect & neglect ever be healthy?

Is Raw Pet Food Safe?

Raw pet food is problematic. Safe source and storage are crucial.

Not all frozen raw food dog products are reliable and many have been recalled.

One problem with frozen food is defrosting before consuming.

Bacteria is not killed by freezing and blooms hugely at room temp.

To be sure, they can be brought to a boil in water and cooked until all trace of red is gone.

Defeats the purpose of raw – but then salmonella can kill pets.

Not even hand raised and home killed animals are without danger, since processing must take place in sterile environment to be sure.

 

Many wild animals now have diseases that are transmissible through their meat & organs.

Store bought meat, packaged in plastic, frozen and defrosted several times before placed out for sale should never be given to pets unless well cooked. This can be as simple as boiling for a few mins.

Ground meat, liver and hearts take only mins to prepare and are much safer than raw food under the conditions we find our food industry at the present time.

Let me know if you have any questions or recipes. Thanks, aza