|Purred: Thu Dec 27, '12 10:12pm PST |
I personally don't put water in my cat's raw food - it has water content naturally in it, and given that he likes to bite his food, I don't want it too soggy, but that's just me. Actually, I didn't know people put water in RAW, so now I'm gonna have to run off and do some internet trolling, haha!
As for reheating, what I do is pull out the meat a little before I serve it so it's room temperature. Right now, I divide the packet into two feedings and use a ziploc to hold the next meal's leftovers. It probably depends on what type of RAW you're giving them, but I mean - raw meat is raw meat. As long as you're not introducing bacteria into it by your heating method, you should be fine. And frankly, cats used to eat carasses left in the sun, so a little warm water wouldn't kill them, methinks.
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