Raw feeding a 3 months old kitten
I picked up a little 3 months old cat from a local monastry and it refuses to eat wiskas dry or wet foods. It was biting me untill I gave it raw meat and is now a happy kitten. It's probably used to eating prey only.
I have alot of questions though and I hope I can find some answers here!
-Looking through ingredients of Wiskas etc this doesn't seem healthy to me at all. So even if the precentages of 5% lever, 10% hart, 10% bone 75% muscle aren't really acurate it's still going to be alot more nutricious then feeding them dryfood right? So I don't have to worry!
-I read I can only give him fish once a weak? Is this bad for my cat if I do this more often? It is the easiest and cheapest whole prey I can get..
-I'm looking for a place to buy mice and chicks but haven't found this yet. So currently I buy chicken drumsticks, chop of a piece of the bone and hack this into pieces the cat can swallow. Is this the way to go or can't a cat digest grown chicken bones at all? I don't know what other bone to get?!
-If I buy a fish do I feed this to him in whole? Including fish bones and the head?
Is milk healthy for my cat?
Currently I'm giving him chicken liver, chicken heart, piece of drumstick bone chopped up, chicken meat. And a fish chopped up in whole once a weak. Fresh milk and an egg every now and then. Is this the way to go?
Unless I find mice to feed him should I bring diversity with Cow or Pork meat? Rabbit or duck meat is to expensive.