Re: Cat eating disorder?
I would watch how much bone you're feeding. Chicken thigh bones are HUGE for cats. Yeah, they may be able to eat them, but that's a LOT more bone than cats need. Are you feeding bone-in chicken every day? If so, STOP. Even the meatiest cuts of chicken (breast) are 20% bone--legs and wings have more.
I would consider switching to quail or cornish game hen (smaller bone) and giving bone-in meals with smaller bone at MOST once every 3 meals. The ratio is 80-85% meat, 5-10% bone, 10% organ (half of which must be liver). More bone than 5-10% can cause problems.
It may well be that the problem you experienced was just b/c you were out of town. But I just wanted to point out that you may be feeding too much bone. Try to get him interested in some other meats as well. Oh, and do make sure your chicken isn't "enhanced." It should be 80mg of sodium PER SERVING (on the label) or less. Any more and it's had salt added, which can make cats sick.