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changing to wet food

jake porterjake porter frederickMember Posts: 4
edited 7 November, 2007 in Food & Nutrition
sence i just got diganossied with crystles in my urethra :( my owner has no clue how to get me to eat the wet food i have to eat to help keep it from coming back any help would be really good


  • Karen LeeKaren Lee The kingdom of Mer-lotMember Posts: 89,020
    edited 7 November, 2007
    Try putting a few pieces of dry food or some treats on top. You can even try a tiny bit of tuna juice or grated cheese. Also try various varieties and brands. Some felines are very picky about what brands and varieties they like to eat :? Here are some more tips: Tips Be patient. Sometimes it takes a long tme for a cat to change over to canned food. If you have only eaten dry food your entire life, canned food may not appear as food to you and it will be harder to make the change but it can be done.
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