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Yes it’s OK to give raw meat because they are from feline family and raw meat provide that nutrients canned or processed cat food cannot provide. But make sure your cat is used to eating raw food diet, else it will upset their stomach. I give my cat raw meat like chicken breast, chicken liver, chicken gizzard, beef and lamb since he was a kitten. Start with ...


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I'd say that the cat is attracted by the smell of the adhesive substance, the "glue" of the tape, whose ingredients depend on the manufacturer - but, generally, contain volatile compounds with a distinctive aroma, which - as it seems - turns out to be attractive and appetizing to your cat. If you sniff the tape, you'll probably be able to detect ...


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If your cat is doing healthy in the cat food you have chosen for her, please don't change food again and again. For Coat, I can give you advice. Try not to bath your cat on a regular basis. Wait for a week or two for proper results. Add Fatty acids (Fish and Salmon) in your cat's food. (With vet advice) Thanks


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While I can only offer primarily anecdote-based information, I have consistently found drastic improvements with my cats' coats when feeding a quality all-wet diet. I will admit up front that I have not tried lower priced wet options, and that an all-wet diet can be more expensive than many kibble-based diets, as well as less convenient. However, four of ...


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You can clean the feathers under hot running water, wrap in paper towel and microwave 1 to 3 minutes. If they are too brittle don't let your pet have them, microwave less if the change texture or color.


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It's not really true - at the physiological level, I certainly cannot see how prolonged consumption of processed food could disable a cat from being able to digest natural food. However, I could see the trace element of truth in this statement's essence, which might explain it's plausible origin. Cats, compared to dogs, are known to be a bit of picky eaters. ...


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No, that is categorically false. Now, it does take a cat some time (on the order of a week or two) to adjust to a new diet. But that's true of any new diet, whether you're moving from natural to processed, processed to natural, or between two different types of processed food. It's possible that whoever started that rumor just misunderstood the fact that ...


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As Fraxinus has said this, in practice doesn't make a whole lot of sense. A lot of cats are known for begging for almost any food, just like dogs, and as the owner of 3 cats that are fed procesed cat food I can personally attest that they will eat anything. 1 of them goes and hunts birds and mice all the time and the other 2 will eat chicken or bacon or ...


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From a practical experience with a few cats: wrong. All cats that I am aware of (most of them fed cat food for their entire lives) line next to anyone trying to cook meat.


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Ringneck parakeets molt just once a year. Clipped feathers are replaced like any others, at the next molt. Since your bird's feathers were clipped seven months ago, there is nothing to worry about yet. If the feathers do not grow back a year after they were clipped, consult an avian veterinarian. The diet you are giving your bird is varied and should be fun ...


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When a feather is pulled out, it takes 3 to 6 months for it to fully regrow. If it takes longer then it is due to his condition of life. To accelerate the growth of its feathers you must improve its condition of life. I don't know the conditions under which you live with your bird, but here are the different points to which you must pay attention and which ...


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