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November 2nd, 2007, 06:29 AM
I remember reading somewhere that eggs can be a good supplement in a cat's diet... What nutritional benefit do they provide? I know this seems like a really dumb question, but how do you feed them? Whole (the yolk and the white together)? Cooked or raw? Do you scramble them or anything, or just break an egg and serve it like that? Oh, and how often do you feed them?

Sorry for the dumb questions :o

We have chickens that lay eggs for us, so I know they are free range, natural and preservative free :thumbs up


November 4th, 2007, 09:50 PM
eggs have to be about the most nutritional, balanced food there is. :)

feed 1 raw, shell on egg WHOLE per 10lbs. i feed usually (for my slightly over 10 lb cats) 4 eggs a week per cat total. not all in one day or anything, just through out the week. i have 3 that love eggs and one that doesnt.