Using a footstool, the arm of the couch, and his beloved cat tree, hind limb paralyzed Evan frequently makes his way up to the aquarium for some fishy entertainment.
It's like a 3-D movie. It's so real, you can almost touch it.
Front row seats sure are the best.
Whether it's Bird TV, Squirrel TV, Fish TV, or another program you're watching, we sure hope you enjoy some entertainment today! Happy Monday!
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Despite stereotypical images and commercial cat foods, keep in mind that feeding too much fish to your cat could be potentially harmful. While small tastes of fish can be okay every once in a while, be aware that it is possible for a kitty to be negatively affected by fish. For example, it is possible for your cat to obtain too many fatty acids from eating too much fish, which can then affect their balance of vitamins and other essential nutrients. Another concern is also mercury, which is potentially found in higher concentrations in fish such as tuna. Also keep in mind that, especially if not handled or prepared correctly, some fish could potentially contain parasites, such as tapeworm. So, while small amounts of safe forms of fish can be a tasty treat for your kitty, it is often not advised to feed fish in large amounts. Of course, when in doubt, do talk to your veterinarian about a proper diet for your kitty.