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Fish supper for poorly cat...

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NurseySA Sun 08-Feb-15 14:33:59

This is probably a really silly question. I have a poorly cat who is being treated by the vet and appears to be perking up a bit. I want to make him something tasty for supper as his appetite has been poor. I have bought some fresh fish but don't know if I should cook it first, or if I do cook it how should I do it? It's nice fish from Sainsbury's, a mixed selection to make fish pie. Normally all he eats is Felix and James Wellbeloved, never really been interested in human food. Please help!!

chocolatespiders Sun 08-Feb-15 17:13:46

I have read that cats can eat it raw or you could boil in water or grill maybe

RubbishMantra Sun 08-Feb-15 17:20:04

You can just microwave or steam it for your little lad.

If he's poorly, best to cook it.

Also tuna in spring water (not brine, salt's bad for cats.)

Hope he's all better soon.

RubbishMantra Sun 08-Feb-15 17:26:35

Oh, and I've yet to meet a cat that can resist prawns and chicken. smile

NurseySA Sun 08-Feb-15 17:51:05

Thanks for the advice, I lightly pan fried it and both poorly cat and well cat sniffed it and ignored!! Would it be bad form to scrape it all up and make a fish pie tomorrow wink

RubbishMantra Wed 11-Feb-15 14:48:26

Eating the cat's leftovers in a pie. grin

They really do enslave us don't they.

PinkSparklyPussyCat Wed 11-Feb-15 15:43:53

Rubbish, I have the cat who dislikes prawn and chicken!

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