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Q. What type of herbs can I add to fish, chicken, rabbit, buffalo meat for my 15 y o male feline friends?

A. Basil, oregano, thyme, ginger, fennel, dill, parsley and sage are just a few that can be used in a feline raw diet. A simple internet search will produce a number of lists also. Use small amounts initially and monitor for GI upset afterwards. Follow the link for a longer list.
http://www.rawtothebones.com/herbs-spices-safe-beneficial-cats/

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ANGEL ALVARADO

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