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1. Serve your cat food in a dish that has been soaked in water or diluted with water. This will make it more appetizing and tempting for them to consume.
2. Introduce wet food gradually into their diet over a period of days or weeks – giving them small spoonfuls at a time until they are fully willing to try it. Try mixing different flavors of wet food together so there’s something to appeal to all of their tastes buds. Be patient though – some cats can take considerably longer to warm up to new foods!
3. Consider adding flu supplement drops or capsules directly onto the wet food dish, as this can be chemical attracted by pets and encourage them eat more of it.
As a general rule, most store-bought cat treats are made with a number of human-safe ingredients and won’t result in any ill effects for your kitty. If you decide to give your pet a treat that includes recipes that have mouse or rat ingredients, however, you should first consult with a vet before doing so – just to be safe.
Generally speaking, most cats will devour store-bought goodies without issue, but some may prefer homemade goodies over those off the shelf. If giving your kitty homemade snacks is okay by you – and by them too – there are plenty of great recipes online that focus on both bird and fish varieties.
1. Your cat shows obvious distress or has lost appetite.
2. The vomiting is persistent or frequent. 3. The vomit contains blood or pieces of food that appear to have been chewed on recently 4. There is a sudden increase in water consumption (to greater than twice daily intake) 5. Foul-smelling discharge from the mouth or nose
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