Cleo was eating only dry food when I adopted her, so she just LOVED getting wet food, which was good because she would eat everything, so I was finally able to use all the cans that Cinderella wouldn't eat. Then she stopped eating anything minced, chunky, diced, sliced, whatever. She would lick the gravy or sauce off and leave the food. She would only eat what I call "mush food." Fine, I have a lot of that, too, since the Diva won't eat mush. Now, she's refusing to eat any wet food. I'm at my wit's end, since I've been trying to wean them both off of dry food all together. She's been sneaking Cinderella's dry food when she runs out, and usually if I just say, "That's not yours," she'll run away. (Their bowls are at opposite ends of the house.)
This morning, everything that could go wrong getting ready for work, did go wrong. Finally, I'm about to leave the house, I've given them both their wet food - but I'm totally out of dry now, although I bought more tonight - in case the little stinker keeps refusing the wet.
Cinderella is at her bowl eating her wet food and Cleo walks right to her and starts eating what little is left in Cinderella's dry food bowl. I thought, Holy Crap, here we go! They've never really had a cat fight, but this will just be too much for Cinderella.
Cinderella stopped eating, looked at Cleo, and then just kept on eating her wet food.
You could have knocked me over with a feather!
Danger Kitty has a very patient "big sister."