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Old 17-07-2013, 12:31 PM
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1 year old maine coon & raw feeding

I've started ordering in Natural Instinct more regularly now as other brands of wet food give Humphrey a runny bum . So far so good!
Anyway, my question is - how much is a realistic amount for him to be eating, considering that MC's don't reach maturity till much later? He'll easily scoff down a large bowl of venison and then look for more, and he will do this 3/4 times a day! Thanks in advance for any advice
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Old 17-07-2013, 12:36 PM
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Re: 1 year old maine coon & raw feeding

I just keep feeding mine as much as they want, they take 4years to grow and i treat 1yr olds as kittens, keep feeding.
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Re: 1 year old maine coon & raw feeding

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I just keep feeding mine as much as they want, they take 4years to grow and i treat 1yr olds as kittens, keep feeding.
Ok will do! Just put an two more orders - NI and Nutriment . Thanks.
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Re: 1 year old maine coon & raw feeding

Let me know how you get on with Nutriment, not used that before so if any good will get some.
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Let me know how you get on with Nutriment, not used that before so if any good will get some.
Will do. I've never used it before either - just seen it mentioned a few times on threads I've read today. Worth a try I guess
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