My female cat is a very active hunter and brings me her prey daily. Except for shrews and birds, she always eats them entirely.
This afternoon she brought me this:
It was quite large (maybe between half and two thirds of the length of a mole), and I couldn't identify it (I'm in Europe if that matters).
The prey was already dead when my cat brought it to me, and she quickly started eating it. I noticed that she didn't eat this part:
I'm not a biologist, but I guess this is the stomach of an herbivorous animal? What's inside looked like wasabi.
Why didn't she eat it? She is not so picky with smaller animals. Is it because of the size of this one?
Are there some organs or parts of the prey that cats usually don't eat ?