QUOTE(kizwan @ Jan 21 2015, 10:50 AM)
Oh! No problem!
My cats love wet food. I feed my cats wet food once a day. At local pet store where I live I have not seen canned food that contain other than fish. I actually stopped feeding fish to my cat. Currently, in addition to dry food, I also feed my cats with boiled chicken mixed with rice once a day, for additional protein source.
Haha one of my cats loves her wet food. The other one doesn't eat enough of it, so I have her on kitten food right now for the higher calories. She's doing well anyway, and she prefers to graze on her dry food, so her weight has stabilized, though it's not where I'd like it to be, but she's not skin and bone and is active.
I feed them wet food twice a day, with dry food to graze.
I don't feed my cats any fish on a regular basis. Only in treats do I tolerate tuna and salmon, because it's a small amount they receive every day, particularly after teeth brushing.
QUOTE(jessteong @ Jan 21 2015, 11:40 AM)
how do you brush their teeth?
It is a two person job. My partner holds the cat, and I use a pet toothbrush with pet toothpaste and scrub their back teeth. I also give them treats after, so they associate good things with it.
QUOTE(gennee @ Jan 21 2015, 12:10 PM)
i use a wet towel to gently rub his teeth after his bath. he hates it but i guess this is easier than using a toothbrush.
You don't need to bathe your indoor cat so often, if even at all
My vet suggested using gauze for a while, with the toothpaste on it, but I was getting bitten because of their instinctive chewing of the toothbrush/my finger.