She still hasn't seem interested in the food, I'm worried she hasn't ate anything so I added water and kibble to the ground beef. She went back to bed, I'm hoping to give her an hour then try and sticking some on her nose. I tried just a piece of kibble, hand feeding it to her, and she didn't seem interested in it either
Well if she doesn't eat after your scruff and stuff you might want to make some type of soup. A raw soup would be best, but you can also add some kibble to it. Get some hot water and let the kibble soak in it until mushy and then make it into a soupy paste. Hope she eats soon
I made chicken today, I have gizzards thawing cause Jude absolutely loves them, I've been leaving the gizzards (some heart) available at all times in a separate bowl, he usually eats them pretty quickly. I saw a black tar poop (I'm assuming this is the heart poo you told me about) good to know what it looks like.
Today was chicken, I took out the kibble for Zoey, and I put the chicken on top of it for about 10 mins before I gave it to her, I was hoping some of the juices of the chicken had a chance to soak into the kibble. I didn't add water cause she doesn't seem to like the kibble mushy... she won't eat it, and Jude won't eat it, so it was going to waste. She did forage under the chicken to get the kibble, I'm throwing the chicken in the food processor right now so that I can make it mush and try force feeding her a bit here in a little while.
Alright I blended it up, put the kibble under it and pressed it hard to the kibble, hoping that it sticks enough that she gets a taste of it. I threw in one heart in the chicken in the food processor, I've been trying to monitor how many hearts they eat.