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This is a tough problem. Firstly, looking for ways to deny him food will not work. While you spend 10 minutes to think of how to deny him the food, he spends his entire waking hours watching you, scheming how to get his paws on your plate. There is a series of actions to take to discipline a cat. Cats, unlike dogs, cannot anticipate your thoughts and they ...


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Short term storage According to mom.com, meal worms prefer dry food, oatmeal, wheat bran, chicken mash or cornmeal. They suggest to use a 2- to 5-gallons container (7.5 to 19 litres) made of plastic with a sealing lid. Add about an inch of dry food to it. Then place a chunk of raw potato, apple, carrot or banana peel to it. Make sure to change the humid food ...


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Dry food expands on contact with water, either from a bowl/fountain or stomach acids. Therefore, if she eats dry food too fast, she will fill her stomach and, when it expands, the food has nowhere to go except back out her mouth. If she doesn’t have a weight issue, the simplest solution is free feeding. She will eat many smaller meals throughout the day, ...


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All cats need to hunt capture and kill, but this does not mean they need to hunt live prey; your cat will do fine if the hunting behaviour is satisfied by hunting toys. Hunting and eating birds poses a risk for your cat; birds do very often carry intestinal parasites like worms, and birds are a common source of Salmonella. Eating birds does not pose a ...


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I recently had to start feeding both of my two cats different food. I accomplished this by switching from leaving food out all day to feeding them twice a day. It was much easier than I expected. When I put the food out, I just make sure each cat starts with their own bowl; I find they stick to their bowl and don't try to switch. I don't have to stand over ...


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