It can seem a little strange giving your cat frozen raw pieces of chicken carcass, but it's well worth it. Raw meaty bones are perfect for keeping a cat's teeth clean as well as entertaining them, not to mention how good it is for your kitty to be crunching the raw bones and getting them in their digestive system.
My cat, Meera, got a wing tip to try a month or two after I adopted her, and she didn't seem to know what to do with it. I figured she wasn't sure how to chew it. Fast forward about a year and I noticed she kept trying to chew on hard things, as well as picking up discarded chicken bones whenever possible and running off with them. So I decided it was time to try the bones again.
I got the frozen chicken necks (which were surprisingly easy to separate in the bag even while frozen) and I set one down, still frozen, for Meera. She left it for a little while and then went back to it still half-frozen, and started going to town on it. Since then I've bought a bag of wingtips too, and she loves these treats.
Some notes: If you get these, be present while your cat eats them. Also be prepared for the cat to eat it halfway and then leave a lump of bone and meat sitting there on the floor for a while before they come back to finish it.
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