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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-16-2012, 01:27 PM Thread Starter
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Ugh. So today I decided to give them danes each a small 2 pound chicken for breakfast. My 8 month old pup wouldn't touch his, but Clem actually torn into it. She was crunching though rib bones and wing bones and all like a raw fed pro! Two hours later and she just threw everything up. The chicken was room temperature by the time she started eating it, so I know it's not a cold thing. She couldn't have eaten more than a few ounces tops, but she did eat breakfast about 90 minutes before so I guess there could have been too much in her stomach. I'm going to try just giving her a small amount of chicken for supper later. If she keeps it down then I'll assume over eating, if not, she has an issue with raw chicken and I'll try other protein sources. I swear this 6.5lb cat makes life more difficult than the 265lbs of great Dane I live with.


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Is Clem a cat? I'm confused.
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Clementine is an 8.5 month old cat.


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post #14 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-19-2012, 04:36 AM
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i sort of agree with one thread, why are you mixing the meat,, cats don,t like some types of meat, and chicken and mackeral, bad mix......

i use the receipe at cat info.org, but i use chicken white meat since my one cat does not like the dark meat....i can get it for $1.77 lb, and that comes to about $.60 for 5oz , and cheaper than the $1.69 for earthborn 5oz cans....i am going to try turkey this week, since i got one from work,....i am not going to feed mine fish, mercury worries..another note, i don,t think you should be using beef heart, just chicken hearts...if i remember right, at catinfo.org, it stated not to use beef heart, too much of something in it for cats....
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