Dudley does not need a spaceship.

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Yes, this really is a thing.

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And they’re not exactly giving them away either.

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Dudley also doesn’t need a scratcher that looks like a sardine can.

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I mean, Christ…. look what happened to this poor cat when he used it.

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No thank you annoying Facebook algorithm, Dudley will live quite happily without this as well.

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I’m sure the cat in the advertisement would much rather have had a bowl of tuna.

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And will be pooping in his parents slippers as soon as they go to sleep tonight.

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28 thoughts on “Dudley does not need a spaceship.”

  1. Wow, it makes me wonder who puts enough time, thought and effort into these “inventions?” Not all cats love to romp around playing with such toys. Charlie doesn’t like anything but his catnip mouse, and my yoga mat that he uses as a scratch pad. Oh, and one of my red high heels he’s already ruined by biting the heel to shit….it was patent leather so, yeah…

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    1. Dudley loves feathered balls and catnip mice. I’ve yet to find any apparatus… scratch post, kitty bed, tunnel etc…. that interests him. Maybe there’s a whole galaxy of spaceship loving cats somewhere, but it’s not here.

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    1. Potential Health Concerns

      Although it’s fine to feed your cat small amounts of tuna as a treat or as a supplement to her complete-and-balanced cat food, too much tuna can be harmful. First, tuna alone doesn’t provide the critical balance of nutrients a cat needs to be healthy. Cats have very specific nutritional needs.

      Additionally, tuna is high in mercury, so too much tuna could potentially lead to a build-up of too mercury in your cat’s body and lead to mercury poisoning. Although rare, signs of mercury poisoning in cats include incoordination, loss of balance and problems walking.

      Finally, cats can love tuna to a fault. Tuna is extremely tasty, perhaps much tastier than your cat’s healthy regular diet. Some cats, when given tuna regularly, will start turning up their nose at their regular cat food, holding out and hoping you will cave and give more tuna instead. This can quickly develop into undesirable picky eating and feeding difficulties. <—my mother in laws cat. CRIED till you gave her tuna instead of eating her cat food. She was also a very small boned cat and weighed over 30 lbs. She could BARELY walk….

      Ok, done….hurt myself last night. In 'protect thyself' mode.

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