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Cornish hen bones? which ones are safe?

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Osinka

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Purred: Sat Nov 17, '12 9:53am PST 
Hello catsters,
I was wondering about which bones are safe to give to kitties without grinding. Most of them seem to be pretty small and soft, but I am still afraid to that my cats might break their teeth...
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BK

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Purred: Sat Nov 17, '12 10:29am PST 
All bones are safe as long as they're not cooked. It will take a cat a while to build up enough jaw strength to chew them, but they'll just leave behind whatever is too big or hard once they've gnawed them. Weight-bearing bones like legs and thighs are probably too big but ribs, necks and wings are all fine.
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Osinka

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Purred: Sun Nov 18, '12 11:04am PST 
ah, thanks so much!!! I was really concerned about that, thought calcium from bones is so important for their diet.
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BK

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Purred: Sun Nov 18, '12 4:25pm PST 
Bones are a very important part of raw feeding. Just follow the guidelines: 80% muscle meat, 10% bone, 5% liver and 5% other secreting organ and you'll be fine!
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