Fire_Fox wrote: »
Tinned tuna intended for human consumption doesn't contain essential fatty acids or minerals, and is too high in salt for a small animal! Cats have no requirement for carbohydrates in their diet, so rice adds little in the way of quality nutrition. Sorry but that mix is fine for an occasional treat but is not healthy long term.
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r.a.i.n.b.o.w wrote: »
I was looking at prawns - cooked and uncooked - on the Sainsburys website...they contain salt I thought maybe it was cos they're from the sea, but the scallops and crayfish don't contain salt...
Am I right in thinking that the occasional tin of sardines or mackeral would be OK?
Buttonmoons wrote: »
I gave my cats prawns and smoked salmon over Xmas. They loooooved it, but caused a lot of stress for me, as it made the older cat drink more, because it was salty, and then she obv didn't drink enough and ended up dehydrated and didn't wee for almost a day.I stayed up until she went for a wee :rotfl:
Back to normal now, but I'd say a few prawns are okay, just don't give them half a pack of fresh ones *whistle*
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