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Back in September, our sweet old man cat Mr. Bean had a health scare. He stopped eating for a couple of days and we were afraid he might not survive. But he’s back to his old ways, terrorizing the local chipmunk population, and we’re really glad (though it would have been OK with us if he retired from hunting, too).
Still, we’re giving him a little extra love and attention these days. He’ll be 14 in January and he deserves a little extra goodness. So we recently treated him to some new cat food and a soft new place to rest in the house.
They have a great variety of options to suit your cat, including wet recipes in chowder, in broth, with toppers and paté. All are made with real poultry and fish and have no artificial flavors, colors or preservatives.
With Muse you don’t have to choose between natural nutrition and food that tastes great. Your cat can have both when you choose Muse. Natural has never been so delicious. Put Muse to the test with our clean plate guarantee.
Mr. Bean really loved the food and did, in fact, clean out his bowl when offered these products, which is always nice to see. He’s a bit of a grazer who doesn’t always eat all his food in one sitting, but he definitely did when offered Muse.
DIY No-Sew Cat Pillow
In addition to some new yummy food, I wanted to further pamper him with a nice place to snuggle now that the weather is getting colder.
I made a super simple, no sew cat pillow that doesn’t require any crafty skills at all. If you can cut relatively straight lines you can make this no problem.
All you need is some fleece (I used some I already had in the house) and some batting if you want to make it more of a pillow and less of a blanket. You could also use an actual pillow inside.
Cut your fleece into two squares. I used the width of the piece I had so I ended up with squares of about 28 inches around.
Cut the edges of both pieces of fleece to make the fringe. I cut mine to about the width of the yard stick and 4 inches long. They don’t have to be perfect.
I put our cat pillow on the couch, because he likes to sit there anyway. I’m sure it will move to the floor and around the house as the days get colder. He’ll probably want it in front of the fireplace before too long.
We pampered our cat with Muse from Purina. How do you pamper your pets? I’d love to hear your ideas!