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Don't Throw Out That Ketchup

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            "Tips To Help You In & Around Your Home" 
                       July 7, 2008

Hi All,

Some advice from Vicki...My vet suggested adding vegetable 
oil to my cat's evening meal and this has helped his hairball 
problem immensely. I add about ½ to 1 tablespoon. In addition, 
because it is a natural additive, it is not harmful to them.

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Handy Hint #2

When you've finished a bottle of ketchup, make use of the 
residue: add a little water or vinegar and shake, then use 
the liquid to flavour soups, stews or salad dressings.



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