What Google Giveth
As I’ve mentioned in the past week or so, my oldest cat is very ill. He seems to be holding on OK so far, but I have put him on a diet so that he can regain some of the weight he has lost. We don’t know how much longer he has yet (the results of the tests are not yet in) but we are trying to give him the best quality of life we can.
But that’s neither here, nor there. The point is that I was searching for dietary advice regarding milk for cats. He drinks quite a lot of it daily and I wanted to know if there was any specific issue with it that I should look into (there isn’t, as long as it is milk specifically sold for cats, unlike cow milk which they cannot digest well). Imagine my surprise when I found, within the first ten google results for “cat milk”, not one but two sites explaining how to milk a cat. Wrap your head around that: someone out there was interested enough on this subject that they felt the need to put it on a website. And obviously, it must be searched often enough, otherwise it wouldn’t show within the first ten or so results.
And then people wonder why I have misanthropic tendencies.
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