Cats are known to be tough eaters . If your tomcat does not want to touch his meal when he is in good health and his bowl has not been moved (cats adore their little habits), then you just have to try one of these 5 tips!
1. Reheat his food
As you know, cats have a very keen sense of smell. Thus, they hate cold food because it does not give off enough odor. So remember to take your food out of the refrigerator a few minutes before giving it to her. You can also reheat it for a few seconds in the microwave in order to exhale all the odors and thus make it more appetizing in the eyes of your feline.
2. Pour salmon oil into his bowl
For fish- loving cats , salmon oil can be a good way to lure them to their bowl. In addition to having good taste , it is low in calories, rich in Omega 3 and Omega 6. Pour a drizzle into your cat’s bowl and he should not be asked to come and eat. Note that it also works with rapeseed oil , but your feline may find it less palatable.
3. Add brewer’s yeast
Cats love brewer’s yeast. In addition, it is very beneficial for their health since it helps to strengthen their coat, their claws, their intestinal flora and their immune system. So do not hesitate to sprinkle a little on the kitty food to bait it. A small knob of butter or a small piece of cheese can also replace brewer’s yeast but will not have the same health benefits for your feline.
4. Prepare a broth
Nothing better than a broth of vegetables or homemade meat to decorate your cat’s food. If you are cooking, remember to keep the broth for your tomcat and pour it over his kibble to encourage him to eat.
5. Moisten his kibble
Sometimes older cats, kittens or cats with dental problems may have trouble chewing their kibble. In this case, moisten them with a little warm water . On the other hand, your cat will have to consume them immediately, otherwise they will perish quickly.