Many folks assume that making their own cat food is a daunting and time-consuming venture - involving dedicating time every day or a few times every week in the kitchen. It's not true!
While there are different methods of preparing and serving food, the method that many use (including yours truly) involves spending roughly ONE hour (or less) in the kitchen every two or 3 months. The food is frozen and thawed as needed to serve.
Five hours a year is a pretty meager investment of time for the potential dividends reaped from knowing what's going in to your cat!
In business terms, that's a great ROI. In love terms? Well, that's also a great ROI.
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