We have crazy "picky" cats. I won't even go into the routine my husband has created for our three girls, but suffice it to say that Authority is one of the few brands of wet food that the two elder statescats will consume and enjoy! (At least I'm assuming that a clean bowl can be equated to enjoyment in a cat's world!) It also appears that they seem to prefer most of their wet foods at room temperature, versus straight from the fridge cold.
My husband and I have tried to find alternatives for calming products to help destress our cats at different times; going to the vet, introducing new cat into the house, general stress/anxiety/aggression, etc. We bought the calming collars once in hopes of using it to help calm one of our girls and I just couldn't use it on her. The smell was absolutely horrific. It had a powdery residue that got all over everything, and the smell gave me the worst migraine headache once I opened the airtight bag. You can smell the collar slightly when you open the box, but once the bag is open, it's just so nauseating & potent. The collar itself was also not very easy to put on our poor girl, it was made of a non-flexible rubber material so we couldn't put it around her neck. In the end we had to toss them but I wish we'd been at least able to test them properly.
We bought a blue wubba for our newest furry family member when she was still just a tiny kitten and she loved the crinkly sound (and possibly texture!) of the legs -- She'd chew on them all the time, not sure if it was the texture when she was teething that made her love playing with it so much! She was also known for biting on a leg to drag it around the house, having it trail between her own tiny legs in the process!
Love nuun tabs! My only personal issue with all nuun drink tabs, is the ratio of water to tab isn't high enough. I don't like super strongly flavored water so I will typically use 1tablet per 1L water (750ml at the minimum) to get an acceptable flavor profile for my taste buds.
I'd never had cacao nibs before and were surprised at how bitter they were to eat! An untraditional use for the nibs: I enjoy using them to make a hot infusion to drink (like one would make coffee/tea). I also add them to snack mix or granola once in awhile.