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Is it healthy for a kitten to have an egg every day?


I feed my kittens a scrambled egg every day because they love it so and I put no salt just fried in butter. Is every day too often?

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Eric Dierker (Ericdierker) says

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    Jackie Lynnley 2 years ago

    Thx; will ck that out later. These are my chicken's eggs, I don't know about bleached?


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    Jackie Lynnley 2 years ago

    They do put the eggs in cat food is why I thought it may be alright Bob. These are my chicken's eggs but still I don't want to hurt them is why I asked. One is Siamese and doubt she could ever get fat, I never have had a fat cat come to think of it.


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Alan Robert Lancaster (alancaster149) says

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    Jackie Lynnley 2 years ago

    ok...OK!...I got you! lol

    Am sure that is some very good points. Just never thought of all that.

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    Bob Bamberg 2 years ago

    An enzyme in raw egg whites binds the vitamin biotin so it is not bioavailable. Many human foods range from harmful to toxic to cats. Feline nutrition has been extensively studied and its protocols well documented. Cat food is complete & balan


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    Jackie Lynnley 2 years ago

    Thank you for that information beth! Really they haven't been eating them long; kittens 12 weeks old. They are fussy about food sometimes though 7 one day they seemed so interested in the smell of scrambled eggs I let try & they love it.

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    Jackie Lynnley 2 years ago

    Well basically I did that for my last cat except for Tuna occasionally to get garlic in her. She lived just months from being 20. So could be you are right.

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