How do you get a cat to eat the second half of a can of catfood?
I buy the best quality food in 6 oz cans. I'm trying to avoid the tiny 3 ounce cans because they cost almost as much as the larger cans, but no matter what I do, my cat refuses leftovers.
Try sprinkle...little bit...mixed with the cat food (cat nip-fresh) and put the cat in front of the dish and it will work!
Thanks. I'm not familiar with the product but I'll give it a try.
if the cat's not hungry, don't force him/her. if the food's been sitting around a while, it may not taste/smell right & the cat knows it. we wouldn't eat spoiled food, or eat once full
I threw many left over cans of cat food away until I tried microwaving ( to take chill off ) and adding a table spoon of water. Mix and serve. It worked for me. Good luck
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