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Mom\'s going away for a night! Wet Food Question

Jessica SimpsonJessica Simpson Member Posts: 1
edited 8 May, 2009 in Food & Nutrition
Hi friends, I'm new on here and had a quick question! My mom is going away for a day and night (leaving on Saturday around noon and will be back Sunday around dinner time). I only eat wet food because I've lost a lot of my middle teeth throughout the years (I'm almost 16!). Anyway- My question is, Does anyone have a suggestion as to what to do with my wet food? I don't know anyone around here (We're new to the area). Mom's been looking at automatic feeders online but wants to make sure that the food won't go bad and make me sick! Any suggestions would be great! Thanks!


  • Stephanie ChangtuStephanie Changtu MiamiMember Posts: 1,175
    edited 6 May, 2009
    She can leave out some canned food for you to eat at at night, and then some frozen canned food for Sunday, by the time you are hungry again, the food will be thawed.
  • Tina BTina B Vancouver IslandMember Posts: 2,238
    edited 6 May, 2009
    We use this automatic feeder, we got it at our local pet store We put a ice pack in the bottom and we freeze the wet food, this seems to work well for my 2 cats, they dont eat any dry either.
  • Stephanie DejanStephanie Dejan Des PlainesMember Posts: 4,239
    edited 8 May, 2009
    You guys are brilliant! =; I haven't travelled since taking away my cats' dry food, and would never have thought of freezing the canned! Thank you!
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