Post by littleweasels on Oct 1, 2010 11:30:14 GMT -5
I tried paying tug of war, he didnt want to play so I just stuck some meat in his nouth and he started to chew on it. He hasnt eaten any of it but I will leave it in the cage and see if he goes back to it.
Post by littleweasels on Oct 6, 2010 12:02:59 GMT -5
I have no idea. They were eating a lot of it when I put chicken, beef, pork, egg, liver, gizzard and olive oil and all I did was change it by adding quail instead of chicken and they lost intrest. The last batch I made was with chicken but they still have no intrest. I have not made it any thicker either. They did not eat an evening meal yesterday. I put more soup in the cage and they didnt eat it. Today, between the 3 of them, they ate almost 2 cubes of soup. I will put fresh stuff in there a little later if they dont eat the rest of whats in there now.
Yeah I think you should keep a supply of what you know they will eat always at the ready. My suggestion would be to instead of making whole batches of soup differently, use the soup you know they like and add things to that. Let's give them a couple of days of eating what they like before we try something new. They're testing you. We're going to have to be sneaky.