Thorough check over by the nice young man. Lily had a jab and a tablet, to treat the symptoms, and mum has to watch him, with regular inspections of the litter tray. He was ravenous when he got back, and quickly demolished a whole pouch of Felix, now he is snoozing on a chair. What a worry, I am a bit behind now with the sewing.
Carrying on from the shopping and food chat yesterday, I thought I would post a picture of my lunch today. As you can see, shock horror, it is a ready meal. Don't think I make a habit of wasting my money on this type of food, I don't mind the odd one if it has been drastically reduced in price. There is no way I would pay the original rip off price of £2.30 for this, neither would I pay £1.61 at the first reduction. But at 57p I feel that is just about acceptable.
The food didn't taste too bad, the potato actually tasted like potato, which made up the bulk of the meal. I had to dig down to find the tiny bit of brocolli, and I needed a magnifying glass to find the leek. It was a bit cheesey but they probably use the cheapest and mildest they can find.
At full price this is a rip off, anyone who buys this or any other ready meal at ridiculously high prices must have money to burn. It is absolutely crazy to throw money away on rubbish food like this. For me at 57p it served a purpose. I bought it as a standby, a freezer filler, to eat when I didn't have the time or inclination to cook.
My food stocks are getting really low now, but I will hold out on the shopping till tomorrow. I will make something with rice, onions and chick peas for dinner. I have porridge and stewed apples for breakfast, and I have a quorn fillet and pasta for lunch tomorrow, then I need to go shopping. Toodle pip