Re: Which and at what age do I start feeding my cat whole bones?
Cutting up bones is dangerous IMO, and unnecessary. My kitten, Jonah, has been eating whole mice since 4 weeks and cornish game hen bone since 8 weeks.
I personally think that most chicken bones are way too big for cats. CAN they chew them some if they have to? Yes. But it's big bone for animals set up to deal with mouse, rat and songbird bone. C. game hen (really just small chickens) have thinner bones -- offer breast/rib and smash it a bit if you want but don't cut it up. He knows what size will go down. Just trust him to do it!