Laboratories to replace slaughterhouses?

If slaughterhouses had glass walls, any human with compassion would be vegetarian. Or, at the very least, practise eating less meat. But slaughterhouses do not have glass walls, they are often tucked away in some remote area so that what goes on there remains “unknown” to humans who would rather not know or think about […]

Planetary health diet

Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.

The planetary health diet:

An international team of scientists has developed a diet it says can improve health while ensuring sustainable food production to reduce further damage to the planet.

The “planetary health diet” is based on cutting red meat and sugar consumption in half […]

Vincent’s morning

Vincent’s came up to our bed this morning and slept on my pillow!

Of course, Ginger came up too, and because of that, Tabs exiled herself to outside the room and Heidi did not even come up.

Such is cat politics.

Breakfast at 4.30am – Monge’s Tuna Salmon. He loves it.


Vincent’s morning and the food issue

Last night, Vincent ate at about 10pm. This would be after many rounds of vomiting in the day, which could mean that most of the food eaten for the day had been vomited out.

I still don’t know what caused the vomiting. Was it (1) the Semintra, (2) the Azodyl, (3) the aversion to being […]

Vincent’s back to Primal

I hit the jackpot this morning by getting Vincent’s breakfast right in the first try!

I “figured” it could be Primal today and YES!

I made a big bowl of Primal today.

Bought this new bowl yesterday, it is more rounded. Vincent has problems picking up food from the […]

Vincent’s updates (exploring new ways)

Much has happened lately. I’ve been so, so busy that I haven’t even had time to update on Vincent’s news.

About two days ago, Vincent wet his bed (the Rosie Blanket). So of course, I had to change all the sheets and I replaced it with the Carebears blanket.

I don’t know if he felt […]

Fish oil for Vincent

Fish oil is known to be beneficial in many ways to humans, dogs and cats.

5 Great Benefits of Fish Oil For dogs and cats. EPA, one of the two omega-3 fatty acids in fish oil, acts as an anti-inflammatory. It will help with any condition that causes inflammation of the heart, kidneys, skin, and […]

Breakfast time!!

Today’s fare (from left): Mercola’s Probiotics (if possible to sneak some into Vincent’s food), Cubgrub’s Duck (his favourite Cubgrub flavour), Cubgrub Chicken (as contingency), rehydrated Primal Turkey and Primal Chicken & Salmon, Coco&Joe’s Turkey Recipe, leftovers from last night (a bit of Gold-D mixed with some Coco&Joe’s).

Let’s see what Vincent wants this morning.


Tokyo government launches Meat Free Monday menu!

The news:

If you are not already on board, do consider going meat free on Mondays….for the animals, the planet and of course, the humans too!

Also, no harm doing a Meat Free Tuesday today!!