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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-01-2013, 12:02 PM Thread Starter
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Feeding raw food to a cat with a sensitive stomach

Hi everyone! After doing weeks of research, I am now positive that I would like to start my cats on a raw food diet, but before I do so, I need to know the answer to one important question; will this diet be okay to give to a cat with a sensitive stomach? I don't want to feed her something that is going to make her sick or make her throw up. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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You will only find out by trial and error, unfortunately. I would start feeding small bits as treats and increase it to a meal very slowly and see how it goes. My cat Egypt has been eating raw for over 2 years, but can't tolerate chunks or bones at night. So at night, I feed her ground, and in the morning, she gets frankenprey like the other cats. You may need to experiment to find out what is good for your particular cat.

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I feed my cats on a complete mix. Lottie has by far the most sensitive stomach followed by the Princess Tramp. I have never known them be sick after a raw meal - to say they were keen on the giblets from the turkey would be an understatement!!
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