Greetings to my pals of Feline Wishes & Caviar Dreams.
I can’t believe I’m actually writing the next blog that I swore 40,000 times I would. Like most cats, I’m all fur, no horse—sort of undependable. When cornered about this, I always take a pose and declare: “Look, Mom—you can always depend on me! … to let you down!” (That line is so good, it’s gotten me out of trouble many times.)
Anyway, I promised I would share with you sapiens something your kitties already know about: the caviar—served to the kitty guests at Feline Wishes & Caviar Dreams. Nearly every cat loves it (but there’s always somebody)—and it’s nice to be given a treat while we’re away from home to make our stays extra special and comforting.
I recently visited Feline Wishes for a demonstration of making the caviar. It’s not what you think. No, no, Nanette. Lisa’s now-not-so-secret recipe consists of albacore tuna and water, which she whips into a fine mousse. I forgot my pee-wee camera to photograph the process, but I found a pic on the internet that I like.
Alas, the caviar is no longer served as dessert each night, because some kitty squealed on us after he returned home—refusing to eat anything unless he could get his mitts on more caviar. So, now the caviar is served only on special occasions or as a surprise treat. This way, no one becomes a royal pain (or crack addict*) upon checkout.
I love Lisa —for a billion reasons, but mostly for the ways in which she cares for and loves us. And she can cook, too!
Until next time, I remain yours~
* Feline hyperbole