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4 cups cooked cabbage
2 cups ground beef
14 oz jar of spaghetti sauce
1 cup of mozzarella cheese
1 cup cheddar cheese
2 tbs butter
Pinch of salt
Cook cabbage drain all water, butter and salt.
Cook ground beef drain
Pour cabbage in a casserole dish, add ground beef over top. Pour sauce and add the cheeses. Bake till golden brown.
This in excellent way to recreate a meal. One night you can have cabbage and hamburger steak(cook extra) the next night make it into this amazing casserole
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PET OF THE WEEK
MCFA pet of the Week
This is Brown Tabby week…Frisco-Small 8 lbs, Bella-Large 14 lbs, and Hank- Super Size 20lbs (plus Griffin, Maw Maw, Bud and Bobby-twins)
A tabby is any domestic cat that has a coat featuring distinctive stripes, dots, lines or swirling patterns, always together with a mark resembling an 'M' on its forehead. Tabby cats can have a wide variety of coat colors, including brown, gray, cream/buff, and orange. The most commonly occurring are black-based coats.
Frisco is about 1 year old and is one of those confident cats! He will greet you when you approach him. He wants to be stroked and will respond with head butts and chin rubs. He’s a little tentative on being held but given time and the right loving arms…he should adapt to that…
Bella is about 2 years old and a seasoned lap cat, looking for her new lap to warm. Her owner had an unexpected living condition change and had to find a safe place for Bella. Bella loves human attention and also loves to play with toys…which her owner brought with her and will go with her to her new home. Comfort items such as beds and toys really help make transitions easier on pets. Bella must be an only cat but she doesn’t seem bothered by dogs. As long as a cat and dog go through the “slow introduction process” (key is SLOW) and the cat has a “high spot” (shelf or cat tree) to hang out away from a dog, things can work out.
Big Boy Hank (about 3 years old) was brought in as a stray and no one has claimed him. He has obviously been an outdoor or indoor/outdoor guy as he’s not thrilled with using a litter box. Hank would do best as an indoor/outdoor cat…maybe you have a dog door already installed. He should not be allowed out loose until he is acclimated to his new home (especially outside)…ESPECIALLY since he has been de-clawed. We NEVER recommend allowing a declawed cat outside but due to Hanks litter box aversion…he needs to go out. A very “doglike” cat….follows and guards his people…a big, lazy boy who is dog and cat friendly with the proper introduction.
Please remember their true personality may not show through immediately in the shelter environment. Their kennel is now their “safe place” and some struggle a bit when removed from it. That, by no means does NOT mean they aren’t sweet, loving dogs. It means they are uncomfortable or scared. Take the time to meet each dog. Talk to, and pet them while they are still in their kennel and let them get used to you for a few moments before you take him/her for a walk around the shelter one-on-one. Once you get them home and they feel secure, all will be well…. patience WILL pay off! All animals adopted are spayed or neutered, have age-appropriate vaccinations and testing, and are microchipped (with registration).
There is great information on how to introduce animals into a new home atwww.monroecountyfriendsofanimals.org under Pets/Helpful Hints. Plus many more "Helpful Hints" for pet caregivers.