For Pate' I use a plastic knife to cut the "pie" in two. One half for each cat. For convenience I further divide each half so it is easier to dig the food out on to a plate.
The others are best dealt with by use of plastic spoons.
At each meal I put a "measure" of dry food onto each plate next to the wet food.
Breakfast - I put a bit of milk in the small saucers.
Supper - I put 4 "treats" on each plate and dump the dry on top of them.
Cat litter - They are no longer willing to use litter boxes. They "go" where they will. They /never/ soil the inside of the house.
In & Out: These cats are welcome to be indoors or outdoors, I don't care. And so far ... they don't wander.
Illness: The cat carrier is for transporting cats as the occasion arises:
AUSTIN VET HOSPITAL, 2908 N. IH 35 Austin, TX 78705 (512) 476-9191 After-Hours Emergency: (512) 331-6121It *will* take more than one person to get a cat into the carrier (unless severely ill). A last resort is to disassemble the carrier, hold the cat on the floor of the bottom and the assistant place top half over the top. Once a couple of screws are holding the thing together, attach the door (practice ahead of time) while not letting the cat exit!
Call me and I will provide a credit card number to the vet office..