Oscar is the same. He will eat out of bowl, from a plate, off of my fingers, and, if a smidgen gets on the placemat, he will eat off of that too. Almost no need to even clean the dish when he is done (although I do ):catmilkShe'll eat from anything, but she gets a plate because they're easier to clean.
I put Missy's tuna in the mini-chopper with some water. If I don't all she'll do is lick it.Thanks for all the input! I love that some of your cats will eat off of anything, haha. The cat we had growing up was so picky. Sometimes my mom would give her a little bit of tuna if she'd opened a can for herself, and Callie wouldn't even eat it unless it was broken up into TINY bits.
I was going to post about this. I read the other day that most cats prefer a plate, and some even prefer it raised. The article writer used a book to raise the plate.It seems like plates are more popular. I think that whenever we get a cat (which will hopefully be soon!) I'm going to go to one of those little paint-your-own pottery places and make a little plate for our kitty!