TRANSITION TO A MATURE CAT FOOD NOW AND ENJOY THE HEALTHY YEARS AHEAD.
You bastards! I turned 7 at the end of August and this is what slaps me in the face? Why not just send me my effing AARP card!
IMPORTANT NEWS ABOUT MATURE NUTRITION FOR YOU AND YOUR CAT, KUKKA-MARIA
This is a big moment in your cat's life. By now she is considered a mature adult, and it's time she started eating a cat food just for mature cats. At around 7 years of age, cats may require less energy from their diet than when she was younger. Their immune system is changing. Their skin and coat condition may be changing too. So feeding a premium mature cat food is important.
Well, paint me pink and call me a princess! Seriously. Do it. It will help my self-esteem during this difficult time.
I resent this email. I have never been, nor do I intend to ever be "mature." My immune system? A daily shot of whiskey helps fill in any gaps and keeps my immune system from being compromised. My skin and coat? Take a look at me! Do my supple skin and luxurious coat look like they are changing? Changing for the better every day, thankyouverymuch! My hair-care regimen (outlined in my first "Dear Kukka..."), serves me well.
Iams, you have been officially added to my Litter List. Yes, I will continue eating your food (because that is what is given to me and, quite frankly, it's very tasty), but you will not force me to eat "mature" food! I see your "mature food" as the equivalent of pureed food for wrinkled and toothless humans.