“Should a cat drink?” You may think this an unnecessary question. You may think this a remarkably irrelevant and redundant question. But it’s of deep significance to the cats of the world. At least it is to me.
It all started when I noticed an advertisement for wine for cats. Yes, wine for cats.
Woof and Brew are the pet drink specialists.
Pawsecco still rose ‘wine’ is a specialised blend of Elderflower, Nettle, Ginseng, Lime flower and carrot, created with the advice of veterinary experts. The perfect treat for those on four feet. Suitable for all dogs and cats over the age of 4 months.
Pawsecco Still Rose Wine for Dogs and Cats
As if I haven’t experienced the horror of seeing the woman who feeds me crack open a bottle of the demon drink and settle herself down to chat with friends, totally ignoring my needs. And I haven’t forgotten the nasty episode on International Cat Day when I consumed what I thought was a bowl of cream left on the counter for me. Admittedly, at the time, I thought it had a strange, almost coffee-like taste, but I didn’t know it had alcohol in it. A nightmare!
Strong drink is the downfall of cats. It leads to all manner of excess.
Before you know it, you’re addicted, and acting just like a crazed human.
It gets worse!
You may curse my conservative viewpoint but I say NO to alcohol.