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Our meals are served in our crates so that we may eat at our own pace, but that doesn’t stop our neighbor from coveting kibble.
With six of us eating at the same time, Hu-Dad long ago decided to calm meal times by serving us in our crates. With closed doors, each of us can eat as fast or slow as we want without worry that a neighbor may try to take our food. That does not prevent a neighbor from drooling heavily as in this case.
Cheoah’s appetite has always waned when the warmer summer months arrive. She eats quite slowly, much slower than anyone else, though she does eventually finish her meal.
And Typhoon, that’s to his medication routine, continues to have a healthy appetite and eats quite quickly. Since they are neighbors, discussions often arise about Cheoah sharing some of her dinner. She always refuses, but savors every last morsel very, very, very slowly.
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