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    • gettingready
    • By gettingready 16th Jul 17, 2:34 AM
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    Raw feeding cats
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    Raw feeding cats 16th Jul 17 at 2:34 AM
    Does anyone here feed their cats raw food?

    Moved my dog to all raw food and buying complete raw in the 80;10;10 ration but seems to be a bit more complicated to source ready raw cat food without having to mix.

    Any advice from someone who already feeds raw to their cats?

    Thanks a lot
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    • By GwylimT 16th Jul 17, 3:32 PM
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    I raw feed, sometimes I usd premade (natural instinct), other times I make my own, 7% bone, 5% liver 5% other offal and the rest muscle meat, I then add a very small amount of salmon oil.
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    There's a brand called Alaska designed for cats, I don't have a cat so don't buy it but my supplier for my dogs food sells it.
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    • 17th Jul 17, 3:12 PM
    Does anyone here feed their cats raw food?

    Moved my dog to all raw food and buying complete raw in the 80;10;10 ration but seems to be a bit more complicated to source ready raw cat food without having to mix.

    Any advice from someone who already feeds raw to their cats?

    Thanks a lot
    Originally posted by gettingready
    I use a company called Nutriment http://www.nutriment.co/ they have been excellent. Delivery is always when they say and even when I lived in a new build and there was difficulty finding the address they worked with me to make sure I was able to get deliveries. They do an excellent introductory offer. The cat (Floyd) didn't like the salmon so is fed the beef and the chicken varieties, also he gets the sprats which is a huge bag for £4, as a treat.

    Floyd was a very fussy eater and wasnt keen on the other brands of raw food despite being able to buy them in local pet shops, which would have been much easier, but never mind.
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