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What is 0350 CEST in United Kingdom time?

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July 13, 2015 2:06PM

'United Kingdom time' is actually GMT (Greenwich Mean Time). CEST is two hours ahead of GMT so 03:50 CEST will be 01:50 GMT.

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July 12, 2010 4:18PM

Most cat owners know that cats are not fans of variety--paradise to a cat involves predictable days of repetition. That preference includes eating the same food each day. Sometimes, though, it becomes necessary to switch your cat to a new food, whether for economic or other reasons. Your cat should accept this, if you make the change in a slow and gradual manner.

Step 1: Choose a new food that’s as similar as possible to the old one. If you need to switch to a less expensive brand, choose one that’s close to the same texture and flavor. If you need to change from hard to soft food, stay in the same brand and flavor family.

Step 2: Replace about a quarter of your cat’s old food with the new food. Do this at each meal. If the new food is the same texture as the old, you can simply mix the new and old together. If you’re changing from one texture to another, put a small amount of the new food in your cat’s dish beside a smaller-than-normal amount of the old food. Do this for about three days.

Step 3: Assuming your cat is accepting the new food, increase the amount so that you’re giving him half and half new food and old food. Do this for about three days. If your cat is still struggling to accept the new food, don’t increase the amount until he is.

Step 4: Change the amounts again so that about one-quarter of your cat’s food is the old variety and three-quarters of it is the new. Again, do this for three days.

Step 5: Eliminate the old food from your cat’s diet. After this gradual approach, he should be willing to accept the new food.

Be sure to watch your cat closely throughout this process for any changes. If your cat starts experiencing diarrhea or vomiting, stop giving him the new food and consult your veterinarian. Your cat could also express him displeasure about the new food through behavioral changes. If he starts scratching furniture or stops using his litter box, you should ask your vet for advice.