If your cat ate the whole rabbit, bones and all, I'd say go for it. Maybe supervise and see how it goes with the drummette (the biggest bone in the wing, with the most meat), but sure he can have it.Is it safe to let one of my cats have a raw chicken wing from Safeways?
I'm worried about the bones.
Last Sat he caught and ate a rabbit- skin and all [except for two unknown internal organs]
yes, cats are carnivores, however, human beings have bred an ultra-salmonella with the unsanitary conditions of poultry (any meat really) breeding. so they technically "can" get salmonella, but it has to exist in much higher amounts than is harmful to a human being''Healthy cats shouldn't get salmonella. They are designed to eat raw, unground, animals.