Piper's stool is usually on the harder side even when I fed her dry food + can. After raw feeding, Piper's stool was rather chalky. I did not like this. It looks way too dry... On the other hand, Dalsoo's stool was a little on the soft side but not too bad.
Last week, when I made another batch of ground meal, I wanted to make it better for Piper. So, I removed some bones from the whole chicken, carefully weighing bone ~20% and meat ~80%. It was not that easy to separate the meat from the bone for weighing.
Now, Piper's stool is less chalky to the consistency I like, but Dalsoo's stool became softer, too soft.
I am guessing one of the reason is that Dalsoo eats a lot. He usually eats his portion and also finishes up Piper's left over. It must be about 6~7 oz per day for 12lbs, 10 month old big kitten.
I give my cats chicken neck as a snack twice or three times a week but it does not look enough for Dalsoo to help with his stool.
Does it sound right that I am feeding not enough bone to Dalsoo, but enough for Piper? I guess I am witnessing the fact that every cat is different, to its extreme ends?
If you want to add more bone only for Dalsoo, what would you do?
I am thinking I may add Primal (which contain more bone contents), or feed chicken wing. When you feed chicken wing, do you remove skin from the chicken wing?