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Edited: Nevermind, further digging got me everything I need.

On another note, I tried our 11 yr old cat with a piece of chicken breast today and I was just seeing if she recognized it as food and she loved it! Begged for some more, I was shocked as she's a very picky eater. I'm hoping to have her converted by the time the kitten arrives so that there is no cat food in the house, it will also help her teeth alot because they are REALLY bad but my parents won't take her to the vets. **** economy.

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Hi and welcome to the forum, PinkWhiskers!

Keep in mind that while the slicing, gnawing, cutting and tearing action of eating raw meat, bones and skin will help with dental cleaning, it cannot, unfortunately, reverse damage that has already occurred. Your kitty might still need a cleaning even after you transition her fully to raw. :dis
 
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