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    It's sort of strange but not too strange. I guess this is how our pets do eat in their own way. :)
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    He just wanted to make sure he could eat it all, including the stuff way at the bottom ;)

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    What you will say about this food.


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    I have 2 humans, 2 dogs, and 2 cats and we all live together HUMANELY (and go through a lot of dog food, let me tell ya).

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    A rabbit walked into a restaurant with a lion. The waiter seats them and asks the rabbit, "What will you have?" The rabbit says bring me a half a head of lettuce. The waiter looks at the lion and says; and what will he have? The rabbit says "The lion?" he's not eating". The waiter says "why? Isn’t he hungry?" Then the rabbit says "if he was hungry do you think I'd be here?"
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    I cant stand to eat crunchy/crispy foods, such as apples, to me the thought of biting into an apple is horrible, like nails on a chalkboard.
    Also with almost all food I break them into small peices.
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