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Wowee!! Someone LOVES Salmon!
Some of you might know that Hobie has been sick, and of course sick kitties lose their appetite. I've been struggling to get Hobie to eat enough food. The only wet he can tolerate is the Merrick Before Grain 100% cans (which have been discontinued and are hard to find of course). Well, I opened one of the two precious salmon flavors today to mix it with some anti-diarrhea medicine and OH MY GOSH KITTIPALOOZA! Zelda and Hobie came out of no where and went bonkers. Hobie gobbled it right up, which I haven't seen him eat like that in months. No sign of vomiting it back up either.
My question is, they aren't making these cans anymore, naturally now that I've found Hobie can eat them. So, can I cook salmon, shrimp, etc. for Hobie to mix with his meals to add extra protein and get him to eat? How often is it safe to mix these in. Which seafood critters are the safest?