Congratulations You've graduated. You and your little ones have earned raw feeding status. Great job Watch your bone content, you're at the max so if the stools are starting to be a bit dry you replace a bone in meat with another meat meal. Fantastic protein variety. Good job ciao
Ferrets: Contessa Kitties: Watson, Oskar DIP Sinnead, Vincent, Boris, Zeus and Athena, Willow, Mr. Frodo, Indie, Lucrezia, Judge, Odin, Miss Emily, Suki, Cody, Aristotle, Butterscotch, Frankenfurter. RIP Herne, Ligeia, and Mr. Stubbs
Thank you all for the assistance, it's been a fun journey. The fuzzbutts are very happy with the switch they still give me issues with the organ meals but they will come around. I monitor their stools daily for any signs of issues, I have not had any overly dry stools so I have not had to utilize my alt muscle meals of yet. I've managed to get them off pureed liver, when I run out of my supply of pureed hearts I'll switch them to whole hearts. This means more me time as I'll have less processing to do. All other proteins and organs they have been fine with sliced or chunked ~1" cubes. They seem to have stabilized around 8Oz per feeding and I have around .5Oz remaining between meals. I know they are eating the bone as when I complete their weekly cage cleaning I have less than .5Oz of bone shards/marrow/scraps in the cage and on the floor under the cage. They are doing very very well eating a 1Lbs daily and they still eat better than I do
I'll be sure to ask questions should the need arise, however most of my questions have already been asked and answered on this forum, I haven't found many that haven't already been answered.
This is a great resource for Ferret care and I'm glad to be a member of this forum. Thank you all.. --Grim