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Whole prey questions, please help me figure this out!

So I'm seriously considering feeding my cats mainly whole prey mice and chicks and whole ground rabbit (organs, bone and everything included). It's so tough to get them to eat organs alone, so I'm hoping my plan will solve that little issue. One of my cats will eat all cornish hen bones without a problem, another just started eating rib and back pieces, and the other will attempt to eat small meaty bones that I smash up but then he'll quit halfway through. So between whole prey bones and the cornish hen bones that they'll eat, and the variety of boneless chunks I can cut off of the dogs' meals (beef heart, pork shoulder, duck, turkey, etc) I *think* I have a good variety for them and a good meat/bone ratio. However, I'm not sure about organs... Do you think that between the mice, chicks and whole ground rabbit I'll have that base covered? If I have to I can grind some kidney and liver and mix it with the ground rabbit. Roughly, how should I plan out my menu?

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