It went like this for two week, until I had no choice but face reality, I was going to go hungry the whole day with unironed shirts if I don't fix the tweaking door today!
Frankly speaking I did not mind, after all I can always get a cheap Fallafel around the corner as for the shirts mmm who.... . But it was much deeper than this, I had to get to the "hinges" of the problem, and so I found myself looking for WD-40 at the middle of the night just so that I can have something other than a Fallafel for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
It than occurred to me that for the sake of peace at home I could use some precious extra virgin olive oil.
Years later, and after a lot of mess the door is still not squeaking and I am still "hero of the house".
Now, why am I telling this story? Because I realized the other day that olive oil has many surprising benefits one of which is taking care of your cat. Just as human can benefit from good healthy olive oil, so too can dogs best friends.
According to an insider source simply add a teaspoon of olive oil to your cat’s food to help prevent hairballs, as well as promote a shiny, healthy coat. After all olive oil is likely to be more gentle on a cat's system than petroleum-based anti-hairball lubricants. Off to get some Fallafel balls.
|Cat hair ball collection.I think I just lost my appetite for Falafel balls. Cornflakes anyone?|