For those of us who have cats, you know how cat food sticks to their feeding dish and is hard to scrub away. My tip is to cut the top off an empty laundry jug but leave the jug handle.
What a fabulous little tip. I have a container that used to hold his litter in. I washed it out thinking I would use it for another purpose (One stores his dry food in).
Thank you for this tip ~ I will do this myself.
PS: As I speak one dish is soaking in the sink right now!
Best wishes, Monique (=^..^=)
Great Idea! I always feel bad "wasting" those sturdy plastic laundry containers. Now with this idea, I can put the dirty little dishes to soak in the sink right away, avoid any odor and spill and still keep the little darlings clean and happy! Thanks so much for the help!
Penny, Ipswich, MA
I know many people who don't like to soak pet food dishes in the sink so this is a really good idea for soaking the dishes! :-) I do have to mention, though, that unless you also feed your cat dry food (or they go outside and hunt), or that you're feeding canned often during the day, 2 or 4 little spoonfuls is not enough nutrition. Depending on the size of the cat and how physical they are need 4 to 6 ounces a day.
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