Join Date: Jul 2010
Location: Cobourg, Ontario, Canada
I would give it to them whole, they'll eat the parts they like. Most learn to leave the gallbladder alone, but eat most everthing else, even fur, but usually not long wing or tail feathers. Back many years when I had a few indoor-outdoor cats where I lived adjacent to a farmer's fields they ate most of the prey they caught, tho one cat that especially liked catching snakes, didn't eat them. Often all that was left of a mouse or vole were its feet and gallbladders, one of my cats especially liked baby bunnies, but only ate their heads. Never had a cat get sick from eating wildlife.
"There are no ordinary cats.";"Time spent with a cat is never wasted."~ Colette
"A loving cat can mend a wounded heart." ~ Unknown Author
Alkitotle aka "Alkee", "Lambie" (July 2/04 - Oct. 2/15) -- white Devon Rex
in avatar. "Always in my heart."
Last edited by catloverami; 11-18-2013 at 12:36 PM.