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Diet sheets

Discussion in 'Cat Breeding' started by Anwen, Aug 3, 2009.


  1. Anwen

    Anwen PetForums Junior

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    My kitties will be starting to go soon and I've been trying to get a diet sheet ready, but can't come up with a format I like. :confused:
    Anyone have any ideas/examples I could use?
    hope everyone's well!
    x
     
  2. Anwen

    Anwen PetForums Junior

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    !*bump*! :D
     
  3. Saikou

    Saikou PetForums VIP

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    Mine is just a word doc (don't have access to it at work). A table format at the top for all the foods they have been used to eating, then some advice below specific to the breed etc ie lactose intolerance, changing foods how many meals they need at differing ages etc.
     
  4. Milly22

    Milly22 PetForums VIP

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    You could put it in a little table and make some bits bold underline etc.

    I like nice documents. I would offer to do it for you but I only have Works and most people have Word and formatting it makes it jump around the page a bit.
     
  5. rottiesloveragdolls

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    This is an example of what i do :D hope it helps

    DIET AND CARE SHEET FOR YOUR RAGDOLL
    Thank you for choosing to adopt a Kitten

    Your new Kitten has been fed on the following foods



    Wet Foods-



    Fresh water always.

    Under no circumstances must this kitten/cat drink fresh milk,


    YOUR KITTENS WERE
    Wormed on with

    Flea Treated


    Litter Trained with

    Inoculated vacs


    If you require any further information on your kitten please do not hesitate to contact me on



    Every care has been taken to ensure your kitten has a healthy start in life. Your kitten has been reared in our home as part of our family, He/She has had the company of their mum dad brothers sisters and other animals, who have all taken a part in there up brining.

    I hope you and your new kitten will enjoy a long and happy life together.
    Regards

    :D
     
  6. Anwen

    Anwen PetForums Junior

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    Thanks so much for all your help! It may seem pretty self explanatory, but I really want to do everything properly, and thought I'd ask the pros! :D

    I can't believe anyone would describe this forum as bitchy, I'm always asking questions (occasionally silly ones!) and I've never had anything but good advice!

    Thanks again all!
    x
     
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