Re: looking at my bone amounts
This is one reason why I don't feed chicken. Feed animals w/ SMALLER bones and you can feed bone more often, which helps condition the stool and keeps things more natural (since in the wild cats wouldn't find too many boneless animals to hunt
Both cornish game hen (i.e., very tiny chickens) and quail have more appropriate bones for cats. You can give a CGH quarter or 1/2 quail 4-5 meals a week, feeding boneless meat the rest of the time. This works out very well and ensures that they get regular bone, both for GI tract reasons and for dental ones.