- May 1, 2020
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I often pull some beef (hamburger) out of the pan before I season it for my dog as a little treat. Although I am worried to do that with Winnie - being so finicky, I don't want her to get hooked on human food!Will say shame the dog might have a chicken allery. I my self am a raw meat feeder. My turkish angora grow up with it and having made the switch my other cats loved it too. You can also try beef just not pork as that is not all to healthy for cats. It is also easy as you can leave some meat from your meal for the cat and or dog, they are carnivores after all. Before I go will give you this the animals I know that eat raw foods have less stinky waste too so helps with cleaning up after them.
Winnie had a pretty successful day in terms of eating! She ate about 3/4 a can of American Journey that was left on the nightstand sometime between 1AM - 8AM, that probably had 2 teaspoons of Elseys dry, and then we opened up a can of Purina Pro Plan Kitten in Salmon/Tuna. I mixed in about 2 teaspoons of Elseys dry in that. She ate that throughout the day, almost finishing the can up. I did need to heat it up eat time and sprinkle crumbled bonito on it, but at least she ate. There was probably 1oz left by 11pm and she seemed tired of it so I opened up Tiny Tiger Turkey & Giblets in Extra Gravy, a new one (usually just did the pates), and put that on top.
This is the first day in a LONG time, that I ONLY opened 2 cans of food, and didn't dump ANY down the drain(yet).
She also did something new... we moved to the kitchen table today, because she is now too big to eat comfy on the end table lol. I have to keep her up high or Missy wants to come gobble everything up. Anyway, so I decided to sit her on the table and open the can beside her, and when she got a whiff of it she immediately started rubbing on my arm and purring. She was actually excited for the first time about something to eat! She ate a bit more than normal of that, about 1.5oz. The rest will have some dry mixed in and moved to the nightstand for her over-night eating.