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Unread 05-12-2007   #1 (permalink)
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Default can u refrigerate wet cat food that is open?

i heard wet cat food spoils within 2-3 hrs. could i refrigerate it to slow to spoiling
 
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Yes of course! I do that with all my wet animal food! As long as they eat the rest within a day or two it should be fine.
 
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Yes, but cover it so it dosn't dry out.
 
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Yes you can refrigerate for up to 24 hours.
 
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Yes that might keep it fresh but some cats don't like cold food.This could be because of sensetive teeth or just because they're picky.I feed mine crunchy food (the best I think is ONE) & use wet food as a treat.Dry food is better for their teeth also.
 
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yeah sure, just not for like 30 days, for like up to a day, you should give your cat fresh food
 
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First I gotta say its a myth that dry food is better for cats teeth. An all wet or wet/dry combo is much much better for cats.That being said yes you can refrig. canned food. Just be sure to put a lid on it. Also like someone said alot of cats don't like cold food. So you can put the food in the bowl, put in microwave for 10 sec., stir and serve. Thats what we do for our kitty.
 
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yes you can, if you feed your cat a half a can in the morning and a half a can at night you can refrigerate it so it won't spoil. Buy at the local store a lid for the can, it cost about 1 dollar and it will keep the food sealed. Take the food out of the fridge about a half an hour before you feed your pet, if it's really hot maybe 15 minutes. Cats hate cold and hot food, so be a good pal and get the food at room temperature before you feed kitty.
 
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sure, but you have to use it in a day or two. plus you have to cover it
 
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yes i do i put a plastic lid on it that i bought from pet store
 
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