My two cats are real rat hunters.
Now I’ve heard that you should not deworm them so often. I have always dewormed them approximately three to four times a year.
Depending on the rat supply.
Want to deworm them, before they start to become apathetic and before they vomit the mask. But now I wonder if it is not necessary to deworm rat hunters.
Right now there seems to be plenty of vultures and rats, they eat at least three – four a day. So inside they do not want food right now.
The two old male cats are four and five years old respectively.
Now I’m not a specialist in rat food, but if you say this, if the cats are out a lot, it’s just right to deworm them every three months.
It is not so good that they eat such a large amount of rats and voles, partly because the rats can have diseases and possibly rat poison in itself and then the cat gets sick too.
Try to get them to eat regular food to a greater extent, I think.
The domestic cat hunts mostly because he/she finds it fun, more than because it is hungry, it is a myth to think that a cat hunts better on an empty stomach.
If your cats have managed to eat raw and voles so far, of course you do as you wish, but keep in mind that they can get diseases that can also infect humans if you are unlucky. Good luck with the “guys'” gourmet food.