Yes get pinkies and fuzzies. If you can I would get ohh...bout 10 of each? So you can chop 5, feed 5 whole repeat for pinkies and fuzzies. If they take to it quickly, then you can always feed whole right off the bat if they agree to that. Then you can offer a chopped in half pinkie to each of them (or mixed in the chunks) then whole pinkies + chopped in half fuzzies, then whole fuzzies. Now if at any point they will eat the whole ones without it being chopped you can skip a step.
Get maybe a hopper or two for each of them, and then a small adult or two for each of them yes. Then as soon as they like the fuzzies, they can start gradually moving up in size. The biggest part is to get them past the fur. Once they like the taste, and you teach them fur=food, then it is relatively easy to move up in sizes.
Chicken Wong for breakfast. The girls have been really spoiled lately. They didn't want the pork chunks so I blended them up with some freeze dried and they gobbled it up like no tomorrow. I'm hoping that the wing helps get them back in the chewing mood.
Hmm. Not as good as usual. I left a couple small pieces with freeze dried sprinkled on top, but I didn't see Pixie eat any. I know there are several pieces missing, but I think it was mostly Trixie. I'm doing gizzards today, but I might have to blend them up a bit for Pixie
She will come around just be very stern with her. Try hand feeding her the chunks and then going from hand to spoon-feeding, and bring the spoon lower and lower to the bowl until she will eat from the food dish. She is just being difficult - she knows if she worries you enough you will cave and give her delicious soupies. The more you continue to enforce that the more she is going to keep schmoozign you into it. Try just NOT giving her soupies for a few days and see how she does. You might even try a light light drizzle of soupies over the chunks to peak her interest. Just remember, it is ok for them to get a little hungry and hunger is the best motivator for making the switch. If you notice a significant decrease in energy, lack of poops (they will be smaller/less often if she is eating less), dull eyed, etc then we can get her on soupies asap of course. But go ahead and be stern and withhold soupies for a few days and see how she does. you might have to hand feed a little but I think once she starts to realize that no amount of pouting and pretending to starve herself will get her soupies, she will start eating the chunks better.