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I have read on here that some of you have to warm your raw food In warm water otherwise you cat thows it up. I'm so lucky that simba doesn't care if his food is cold or warm. I keep my fridge set at 37*
I do try to heat it up In warm water for him but sometimes I'm in a hurry or simba is in a hurry or I'm just to lazy and he gets it straight from the fridge.
How many of you serve cold and how many serve warm.
 

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I always warm the food in warm water. I started out just feeding it cold, but sure enough - Sassy had a few days in a row of throwing up. She seems to have the most trouble with cold chicken, for some reason. So I started warming the food, and we haven`t had that problem since :)

And thank GOD for that. There is nothing more gross than trying to get partially digested raw chicken out of carpet...
 

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At first I always warmed the food up in water before serving but eventually would give the food cold. He would just sit and stare at it until it warmed up lol. No vomiting, but he doesn't eat it either.
 
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