|Purred: Sat Jun 30, '07 9:15pm PST |
|"It is raw but it's not ideal raw, I think it more fulfills her preying instinct than having anythign to do with her being hungry"
I completley disagree with this comment... mice are the ideal prey, and what a raw diet is trying to acheive or simulate as best as possible. I know of many raw feeders who BUY feeder mice or frozen pinks (baby mice/rats) for their cats to eat. The only thing not ideal is that the mice your cat is catching are wild, and the risk of worms and poisons is already being adressed, so you're fine!
Toxoplasmosis is present in MOST raw meat from my understanding, not just wild mice. Most cats actually carry this bacteria. (Which is why pregnant women can't clean litterboxes).
Your cat is supplimenting her diet naturally, just keep this in mind when you're deciding how much to feed her at home. You don't want her getting fat
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