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Raw chicken wings for dental health?

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thethoughtfox Mon 22-Jan-18 20:08:08

Strawberry, that's cooked bones. I was reading about this. When raw, the bones are pliable and quite soft but cooking them makes then brittle and hard and splintery.

strawberrypenguin Mon 22-Jan-18 20:05:34

I always thought you shouldn’t give cats (or dogs) chicken bones because they splinter into sharp shards that can get stuck in mouths?

Ollivander84 Mon 22-Jan-18 19:21:02

Yes that would work. I've fed fresh ones but only when I've been able to get local stuff and I know the source

Fluffycloudland77 Mon 22-Jan-18 16:58:08

I suppose I can buy them frozen & defrost?.

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Ollivander84 Mon 22-Jan-18 15:44:17

I've regularly fed raw chicken wings and yes, just don't feed cooked ones! Obviously because of the bones. And don't let them bring them into your bed "for a film time snack like hooman is having" hmmgrin

Coldhandscoldheart Mon 22-Jan-18 15:42:55

Missed that this was in the litter tray and thought it was going to be for people!

Fluffycloudland77 Mon 22-Jan-18 15:37:00

I didn't know that, I'll freeze them first then. Thank you.

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thecatneuterer Mon 22-Jan-18 11:26:38

I don't know. But I have read that if you want to feed raw chicken you have to deep freeze it first for at least 48 hours to kill possible toxoplasmosis bacteria.

Fluffycloudland77 Mon 22-Jan-18 08:56:09

Is it really safe to give these to a cat?.

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