|Penn & Teller|
Masters of The- Multiverse
|Purred: Wed Feb 16, '11 12:50pm PST |
|I think it's the teeth benefits. Crunching on bones means no kitty-human teeth brushing bond time. Also, the delicious bone marrow is a plus to attract picky cats if you expose it is my theory. Bone marrow is what makes meat taste wonderful if you're a meat eater yourself and you smell it cooking. Cats have way better noses so why wouldn't they smell it in raw form?
Anything in it's pure, undisturbed form is best. I remember having my own aloe plants once and using them on a sunburn. It was gone in a day. On the other hand, buying "pure aloe gel" in the store lasts seems to do a subpar job. This is just an analogy I know we aren't talking aloe here. I guess this is why these websites keep preaching the word of real bone.