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Well put ..but that was years ago not now ..I think today we have spoilt our babies and probaly think we are doing the best for our cats and kitties by cooking everything for them .I have often thought about raw but never taken it up.x
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I remember my Muv used to give our cats chicken bones to crunch on.They were all fine.I have never given mine any though.As Chris said, "that was years ago not now." And they are not wild.xxxxx
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The are many opinions on this topic, but I don't consider my kits wild creatures; they are not lions or cheetas.
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actually, they are direct descendants of these wild cats. the only difference is that they are domesticated, as opposed to living outside, their physiology hasnt changed, even if it was years ago they were "wild"...
if they went outside today, they would hunt and eat raw aniamls..ie mice, small birds and other small mammals, even insects and the occasional vegetable or grain to roll by.
i dont mean to come off as superior (and i know i do---sorry) i just come from the mind set of the cat and what THEY wouod prefer to eat. Humans cook their food b/c THEIR bodies cant handle the germs, cats' can. Also, in the wild these creatures arent subjected to the dangerous/neglectful meat producing/packaging/handling today that is in and of itself the cause of most of these germs...
to each their own, i just try to let others know of alternate cat therapies
 
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