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Feral Animals: Roast Beef vs. Turkey with Cheese Pieces
seasnake
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I have a couple inside cats that I have had since they were kittens. At that time I wanted to hand feed them bite sized pieces of lunch type meat, well roast beef slices or turkey slices with cheese pieces blended into it. The objective was to see which one they preferred and then simply to buy that for them.

Well, that effort was met with mixed success. The two kittens, one male and one female, each preferred the different meats and then refused to eat the other. This means in order to feed them little meat slices which they did seem to enjoy I had to continually buy both. The female kitten preferred roast beef slices, and the male preferred turkey with cheese.

I didn't think too much of that until I started feeding the outside ferrel cats that would come up to me the little meat slices. Ironically, the female ferrel cat would only eat the roast beef slices, and the male would only eat the turkey with cheese slices.

Now, I set a bit of both into the back for the backyard cats and of course the females only eat the roast beef and the male only eats the turkey with cheese.

To further complicate the matter a small/young possum, gender unknown likes to pass through the backyard nightly. The possum eats only the turkey with cheese slices and completely ignores the roast beef slices.
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RE: Ferrel Animals: Roast Beef vs. Turkey with Cheese Pieces
FYI Feral not ferral
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seasnake
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RE: Feral Animals: Roast Beef vs. Turkey with Cheese Pieces
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-14-2018 06:08 AM)
FYI Feral not ferral

irrelevant, but corrected and updated
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RE: Feral Animals: Roast Beef vs. Turkey with Cheese Pieces
i bet you are guessing possum is a male
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RE: Feral Animals: Roast Beef vs. Turkey with Cheese Pieces
I vote beef
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Sarah
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RE: Feral Animals: Roast Beef vs. Turkey with Cheese Pieces
I thought possums were herbivores?
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seasnake
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RE: Feral Animals: Roast Beef vs. Turkey with Cheese Pieces
LoP Guest  Wrote: (07-14-2018 06:30 AM)
i bet you are guessing possum is a male

lol, I don't know if possums work like cats do
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RE: Feral Animals: Roast Beef vs. Turkey with Cheese Pieces
Sarah  Wrote: (07-14-2018 06:44 AM)
I thought possums were herbivores?

they eat about anything, if a bug is on the ground it gets ate
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