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Most cat tooth and gum disease could be avoided if cats learnt to eat bones — 5 Comments

  1. Chicken bones are fairly soft and tend to splinter. I don’t like that.
    About once a month, I used to corral my supermarket butcher (Publix) and ask him to sell me some beef or ham bones large enough that they couldn’t be swallowed or lodged in a throat. He used to want to charge me $3.99 per pound years ago. But now he sets them aside for me to pick up every month. It really pays to make a butcher your friend.

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