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Cats owned: grey tabby
Join Date: Feb 2013
Location: adelaide sth australia
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14-03-2013, 06:16 AM   #11

Re: Sardines


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Originally Posted by Velvet
Easier to buy a tin of sardines . Theres only 2/3 in a tin so i would just either give as a treat or mix i to existing food. If in oil, i drain off excess oil, run hot water in tin, agotate & drain off then use as above. Same with tuna
I bought the ones in spring water. Gave him one last night and he ate it but with less enthusiasm than the first time. Can only assume he really liked the tomato sauce best. He did eat it though so will stick to those. Thanks for your help...think I worry more about these pets than I used to my children.



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Cats owned: 2 BEAUTIFULL CATS!! BEAU AND JOY
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Location: LEWES UK
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14-03-2013, 12:17 PM   #12

Re: Sardines


Thanks Velvet. I have given them the white fish ordTuna before, but not anything like Sardines or Pilchards. Have always been afraid of the bones in them.
Probs a bit over protective, but that's me ime afraid. Will try them soon because they deserve something a bit more special now and again!!



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