Beware: a deluge of kitten pictures ahead!
One of our readers asked us if we could look after her kitten while she was away on a long trip, because she wanted her kitten to be fed raw and not kibble while she was away. Most boarding places will feed cooked meals, but cooked meals without supplement is dangerous, especially for young kittens.
The Raw Explorer team, thrilled to the gills of having a kitten two whole weeks, of course jumped at the chance!
FREE KITTEN! haha!
Winter is a raw-fed kitten, and it was super easy to transit her to raw because kittens typically are not addicted to any foods and are more open to trying new food types. This is the period where Mommy Cat will bring them around to show them what exactly is edible and what is not.
This is why rotation of food should start young!
With grey fur, hence the name…
Winter’s owner reported that she took to raw straightaway with no fuss whatsoever.
With Big Brother. Big brother orange kitty is on half-raw and half-canned because he’s still not a very consistent raw connoisseur.
Giving the ‘food face’ together…
Attacking the scratch post! Bouncing off the walls with energy!
Big Brother is super tolerant.
Big ears and tiny paws make for a fabulously cute combination!
Too cute for words!
For those of you with young pets, please transit or rotate foods C-A-R-E-F-U-L-L-Y and S-L-O-W-L-Y as soon as possible. This is to reduce chance of picky behaviour especially with cats. Transition done properly should not give digestive issues, but if you are worried, try a bit of cooked meat with your pet first.
Categories: Raw-fed Singapore Pets
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