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Felix makes crunching noises when eating pheasant

Species: cat | Category: general | Submitted: 3 February 2010 02:13PM | viewed 24589 times
Q Richard asks about Felix (cat - not known, M) :

Crunching noises might be damaging his teeth? Is this a concern.

Q Our vet says: It is normal for crunching noises to be heard when cats are eating hard foods. You should not feed cats cooked bones as these are prone to splintering.

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