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Newbie From Annapolis,Md:-)

dice

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#72
Thanks for the recommendation. I found a great pet store here in Annapolis. They carry all of the high-end pet foods and some really great raw food choices.
Always a pleasure to help out!! Have a local country supply store that carries many items needed fur all my furry kids!!

Is that how you got them to grow so tall and majestic? Daily massage? :lol:
Hmmm, well it didn't hurt, is all I'm saying:roflmao:

Tink it had more to do with their parents and grandparents majestic lineage, but the massage didn't hurt, fur sure!!!
 

allcritters

Savannah Super Cat
#73
Sooooo I got to hear the "hiss"! Sahara was playing and while pouncing on her toy she hissed. What a cool sound! And what an incredibly cool cat! Love 2Love 2Love 2
 

SlugMaster

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#75
Anyone give your Savannah a chew bone??
Yes, I regularly give my cats raw chicken and turkey chunks. I chop them into 1 to 2 oz size with a clever. The boys love them, but they will take them to other places in the house to save or eat. So, you need to tolerate that. I believe that it helps their teeth and keeps them busy for a bit.

Bruce
 

allcritters

Savannah Super Cat
#76
Yes, I regularly give my cats raw chicken and turkey chunks. I chop them into 1 to 2 oz size with a clever. The boys love them, but they will take them to other places in the house to save or eat. So, you need to tolerate that. I believe that it helps their teeth and keeps them busy for a bit.

Bruce
My cat got ahold of my dogs chew bone.. She didn't want to give it up. It's rawhide. Not sure that's good for her .. I know my poor dog gets one every once in a while and new cat = treat!

So RAW chicken bone is good. Not cooked ( splinters) ?
 

DumaLove

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Staff member
#77
I give them plain pig ears (not smoked) and also small bully sticks. Some of my cats chew on them. But they last a really long time even if they do chew on them.
 

SlugMaster

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#78
My cat got ahold of my dogs chew bone.. She didn't want to give it up. It's rawhide. Not sure that's good for her .. I know my poor dog gets one every once in a while and new cat = treat!

So RAW chicken bone is good. Not cooked ( splinters) ?
Yes, the raw bones are softer. If you cut them up a bit my cats will work out the bone marrow.