I have been giving my cat raw chicken drumsticks for a month and a half every few days. They come from the store. I have that fear of chocking on bones so I did what I have done for my kids when they were little, I removed the POINTY very thin bone attached to the main bone (fibula). Is that necessary as this is a lot of work? In the same way when I gave her split chicken wings, I removed the bone she was chewing on as soon as it was less than an each long, by fear of it being stuck somewhere down. Is this a concern? I also understand that once cooked, bones are not digestible by cats anymore. Is that correct?