Hey folks My girlfriend and I have a pet hairless rat named Hester. She is getting quite old and is in the final stages of her life. She can only eat soft mushy foods since her teeth have become quite worn down. We have been feeding her a diet that consists of grapes (skinned), bananas, baby food and cheerios soaked in water (to make sure she stays hydrated). I would like to make sure that she is getting enough fat and protein since she is getting skinnier by the day, even though she is still eating. Our vet says this is normal, but I would still like a healthy way to boost her fat and protein intake. I am thinking there should be some good beans out there that are high in protein and fat. Any recommendations? I do not know what constitutes as "high fat" for a vegetable. Is 1g (per human serving size) a lot? Any recommendations? They mushier the better! Nothing grainy, like peanuts or nuts as I cannot get them to a smooth consistency in the blender (yes, I have tried!). Thanks! And here is picture of Hester when she was younger so you know how cute she is!