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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 07-01-2005, 03:31 AM Thread Starter
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Ready made raw food for the cats and Suki!

I decided to get some yesterday, it comes in flavours such as beef, lamb, beef&kidney, rabbit, fish and tripe for Suki.
I bought the rabbit one last night for Suki to try cause she is soo miserable with her dry food. The cats have had to before so I knew if she didnt like it they would eat it. Anyway she loved it! (As do the cats)
I cant afford to feed it as an ony meal, but its nice to go with their food I think! its all ready made froozen, you can feed it raw or cook it, (I feed it raw cant stand the smell, esp tripe ewwww)

The ingredients for the rabbit-

Chicken pieces, rabbit.

No added colours, flavours, preservetives, fillers nothing. Its great.

It costs 57p for 400 grams. (1.01365 USD for 14 ounces)

The only down side-
Suki loved it that much she showed food aggression As soon as the cats came new her she showed her teeth, growled and once snapped at pebbles. She growled at me when I came near her too, shes never done this before So it will be down to adding more food to the bowl by hand and hope she doesnt bite me Im not letting her get food aggressive, there is no need for it she gets fed plently.

Ah ha I found their website.
http://www.prizechoice.co.uk
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 07-01-2005, 03:50 AM
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Great stuff.

Most animals are more possessive over raw food than commercial food. It's because theres more reason to keep it all for themselves, from their point of view. My dogs will growl at each other and the cats when they have raw bones, and the cats growl at each other with certain raw foods. However, I can take anything off my pets, so they don't show the same behaviour towards me.
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