My cats and IAMS

Having 4 cats, it is something that I expected that food will run out quite fast. Managed to go to Pet Safari yesterday (while visiting Ikea as well) to buy food for my cats. It seems more economical to buy in bulk size, rather than doing several the shopping of several smaller packets. So, I end up buying this 7.5kg sack on IAMS.

It breakfast time for my cat today, and they all seems so hungry with the long meow. Bought this big air tight container yesterday too at Jusco. As you can see, Oyen can’t really wait for me to finish storing the food in the container,

and while I go to get the food bowl, I saw Oyen is already eating from the container. Ebot also starts sniffing the food in the container as well.

Anyway, how to make sure that you don’t overfeed the cat, where there won’t eat until it finish (waste), or to underfeed the cat? The lady at Pet Safari is kindly enough to give me this measuring cup (which only given for those who buy Science Plan cat food). There’s a marking there on how much you should feed adult cat and kitten. I use that marking as a guide on how much to give.

Aaaww. Look at them, having breakfast together. They all look so sweet.

I’m getting hungry myself.


Technical Manager at one of the market researcher company in KL who does blogging on his free time. Love cats very much. Always fascinated with new technology (as well as spending money on it)

1 Response

  1. September 4, 2016

    […] It is just in time that after I come back from my London training, the cat food container needs replenish. If you look at the container behind Oyen below, it is completely empty now from being so full from the last round stock up. […]

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