Here I am enjoying a sun puddle on the window sill of Mum's bedroom. It's been a bit cold lately and in the afternoon I like to warm myself at the window if it's a sunny day.
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Today is World Vegan Day. My mum is vegan but I am not and she would never force it on me. Cats are carnivores and need meat. End of. Read one of Mum's older posts about why cats can never be vegan here and more about veganism here.
Whilst I can never eat what my mum eats because it is unhealthy for cats to do so, to me plant food doesn't look very tasty and my body does not crave it (though I love my kitty grass!)However, I can fully appreciate that for my human it is a much healthier option for her
As soon as she gave up meat and dairy she felt lighter and healthier. It also helped her lose some weight. As a chocoholic, she doesn't have to stop eating chocolate as she buys vegan alternatives such as Moo Free Organic Original Single Mini Moo Chocolate Bar 20 g (Pack of 15). Yes, vegan diets can be fattening too if you eat the wrong things like chocolate and other unhealthy fattening stuff.
Anyway, as you can see. Mum doesn't have to miss out on any of what she enjoys to eat (she says she never enjoyed eating meat) and does not only eat tofu, a carrot stick and a piece of lettuce as some people wrongly presume vegans eat.
If you're interested in a vegan diet for the sake of the animals, the planet, and your health, then visit The Vegan Society for more info on going vegan (humans only).