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PostPosted: Wed May 31, 2017 6:21 am 
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HassaanAbdeen wrote:
Jinxedorchid wrote:
I've been letting Masala try small amounts of the raw food as treats. He'll try a tiny bit, but only if I heat it up until it's practically cooked, otherwise he'll walk away immediately. I might try mixing small amounts into his wet food soon.

I've been watching some tutorials, but he's not really convinced yet.

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If your cat loves raw egg, mix the raw food into raw egg omelet... it'll do the trick.


Its not recommended to feed raw egg to pets


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PostPosted: Wed May 31, 2017 8:08 am 
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00steve wrote:
Its not recommended to feed raw egg to pets


For every online medical source that doesn't recommend it, I'll get you another that recommends it. For every online source that tells you to only feed raw egg whites, I'll get you another that tells you to only feed raw egg yolk.

However, you can cook the omelet or serve boiled eggs to your cat if you're concerned.

I feed Snickers raw chicken egg (without the shell) after mixing it into omelet. Sometimes I add the omelet to her raw food, other times I just serve the omelet alone as a snack. She loves it. But at times she invades my cooked omelet or egg casserole, and I end up serving it to her too.

So I'm good with eggs either way.


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PostPosted: Wed May 31, 2017 8:22 am 
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There can be an issue with salmonella in raw eggs.

However I'm sure if you use free range/organic eggs the possibility is reduced, and I don't think there is an issue at all with quail eggs.


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PostPosted: Wed May 31, 2017 8:39 am 
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Hobbit Feet wrote:
There can be an issue with salmonella in raw eggs.

However I'm sure if you use free range/organic eggs the possibility is reduced, and I don't think there is an issue at all with quail eggs.


You're absolutely correct... thank you for bringing that up.

Sadly however, Snickers as of yesterday lost her appetite for quail eggs. Not sure why but she tends to get bored from time to time with certain food. For example shrimps used to be her top favorite but not any more.


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