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Heating up canned food

Michelle BlochMichelle Bloch Member Posts: 447
edited 18 July, 2007 in Food & Nutrition
Hello, Mooch here! Is heating up my wet canned food from the fridge because it tastes better that way, or is eating cold wet food bad for my tummy? Thanks!

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  • Vanessa NielsonVanessa Nielson Member Posts: 21
    edited 17 July, 2007
    Cold food is fine, and heating it up is good too. Neither option is bad for your cat. Some cats think that the food tastes better reheated, and some don't care. It's really just a matter of taste. Personally, my cat eats cold wet food from the fridge, and he doesn't seem to mind and it's never made him sick. However, some cats are pickier than others, which is where the reheat option comes in. A note on reheating, if you reheat the food make sure it's only about as warm as body temperature. This imitates the warmth found on new kills cats would naturally make in the wild. Also, you wouldn't want to burn your cats mouth!
  • Michelle BlochMichelle Bloch Member Posts: 447
    edited 18 July, 2007
    Thanks, Big Hairy, I'm glad to read that. I noticed that my siblings who live downstairs sometimes get cold wet food, and I was worried they might get tummy aches if it wasn't warmed up. I guess if we don't mind it, it's okay! Thank you!
  • Michelle BlochMichelle Bloch Member Posts: 447
    edited 18 July, 2007
    Whoops, sorry, I got paw-trigger happy with the Post Now button. :r
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