My husband reported this morning that Velvet and Xena had spent the evening, "Playing and playing and playing."
I thought it was because I'd gotten out some of their toys, but he said they were mostly playing with each other: running, chasing and batting each others' feet from beneath the ottoman in the TV room. That's pretty kittenish for a four-year-old and a ten-year-old.
Keep in mind that when we started the Nulo program, I couldn't get Xena to stand up for a photo without giving her a treat as an incentive. Now she's up and active every time I photograph her.
Here's Xena choosing a toy from the basket:
Velvet is a big fan of catnip:
Xena maintained last week's weight loss and stayed at 14.8 pounds, even though we ran out of food for about a day and had to feed them pet store brand and a leftover can of Science Diet ID until our Nulo shipment arrived. I think Velvet got most of the canned food, which might be why she was back up to 10.8 pounds.
My husband and I decided it was time we started feeding all of our cats Nulo, so I'll be buying extra for the studio cats. There's just no doubt in our minds that the food quality is exceptional and we want all our cats to benefit from it.
Disclosure: Nulo has generously provided free product and other benefits in exchange for my participation in the Nu Campaign to fight pet obesity. All of the opinions about the product are mine and not dictated in any way by the company.