13401Re: [FH] Re: Bacterial contamination & Parasites was raw organ meats
- Jul 3, 2003--- bcowell <bcowell@...> wrote:
> I asked both my vet and vet cardiologist about theYou may want to try baby clams for taurine (really
> feeding of hearts
> and gizzards and they were only positive. I did not
> want to feed
> these meats to my cats before I checked, but hearts
> had been
> recommended for taurine and gizzards for teeth
high) and they are quite chewy so I imagine they are
good for teeth. The iodine content is comparable to
chicken. Could Red Tide affect canned baby clams that
you know of?
> All meat we buy has an issue of bacterialI am going to try beef heart. Rudy doesn't like any
> contamination, especially
But it is important to remember that the
> same bacteria thatI personally would worry most about feeding raw in the
> give us gastrointestinal disease from eating
> contaminated foods are
> not the same ones that affect our cats and dogs.
context of the members of this list to any cats who
are suffering from cardiac cachexia since it does have
an effect on immune system function.
Some seafood recipes call for marinating in lemon
juice as that precooks the seafood. I wonder if this
could be a way to feed raw without baterial worry,
afterall it is the heat that distroys vitamins.
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