Things to Try When Your Cat Won’t Eat

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Heat the food up a little – a cat is more likely to eat when they can smell the food.  If you take something out of the refrigerator it’s not as likely to have as much of an odor as when you heat it up for 5-10 seconds.    Try a little heat so the smell emanates.



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