Sunday, October 14, 2012

Raven's minyak-ed condition

 Instead of using the baby oil, I was advised to use a vegetable oil.

I also noticed Raven does lick the oil from her skin, so a vegetable oil would be safer. Anyway, this is my cooking oil.


 I notice there is some improvement in her skin condition. It doesn't feel as "sandy" as before.

 My trusty assistant, Bosco, is always around, as usual.

Oh hello, MR Ginger!!

Can't blame anyone for suspecting he may be a pregnant female, right?

Snow White also looks "pregnant".

Let's hope Snow White is a Prince Charming instead, and a neutered one, please! But Snow White is not one of the community cats who eats at the pavilion. She's from Mr G's house. There used to be two of them previously when we first moved in. Even while our house was undergoing renovation, the two of them would play in our garden. Now, only one is left.


Wong Yoke Mei said...

Is grapeseed oil safe for cats? I was just wondering.....if grapes are toxic, would grapeseed be toxic too?

chankahyein said...

Thanks very much, didn't occur to me. I'll certainly check it out.

I just found this from a website: I have heard that grapes and raisins are bad for dogs and cats. Is there a problem with the grape seed oil in the DR. MAGGIE™ Ointment?
No. Grape seed oil is edible and very healthy for dogs, cats and other pets as well as humans. However, grapes and particularly raisins contain a toxin that can cause kidney failure in dogs and cats. The toxin is thought to be in the pulp of the fruit and not in the seed.