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I\\\'m new to cats and was just wondering.....

Toni UnderwoodToni Underwood Member Posts: 8,966
edited 25 May, 2007 in Food & Nutrition
Would it be appropriate to feed Harley a small amount of the cooked food my pup George eats? Here\'s what the mix includes: Lean Ground Turkey Peas Asparagus Sweet Potatoes Garlie (scant) Flaxseed Meal A very small amount would be added to Harleys kibble.. Help! :?

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  • Toni UnderwoodToni Underwood Member Posts: 8,966
    edited 25 May, 2007
    You can now disregard this post since my quasi brother George got some information to help us on Dogster...
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