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A good way to add nutrients is to add cooked dry oats on top of whatever food he does eat. Secondly, adding chicken broth to a portion of dry (can also soften it, so bonus points!) or wet food to add nutrients into the food can help, but both must be eaten within the hour to be safe. In desperation to get him to eat a full meal, cooking a chicken breast ...


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If you are truly desperate to get some nutrients into him, cooked dry oats on top of the little food he does eat. So this link isn't working, I'm told, but Freshpet Wet food for cats is amazing, I swear by it! My 7-year-old Maine Coon cat loves it. It's the only brand of food she'll eat and it's extremely nutritious. That's my main suggestion. Meow Mix ...


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I grew up with one cat and one dog, so speaking from my experience, I found that both my cat and my dog fluctuated between wet and dry food. Both indicated they wanted a change by standing near the bowl, scratching, or yowling at me. These are important signs that showed me they were hungry. I would suggest, if you're seeing something similar, to switch to ...


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Take a bucket and tie a rope on the handle to be able to lift it back out. Fill the bucket to the brim with water and then place a piece of wood - any short board or slat or even a piece of branch - into the bucket. Lower the bucket into the well and tie it off so that the rim is just the tiniest bit below the water surface. Walk away for a few minutes. This ...


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