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Please Help - Raw Food Problems

My cat is about 5 years old, and i fed him dry cat food ever since last month. My uncle owns a raw dog food store and he said that it would be ok if i started feeding it to my cat. He told me that some of his costomers feed their cat the raw food and they are fine. I stared giving him the raw food about a month ago, and i've seen many improvments; more energy, more playfulness, etc. But just 2 days ago, when i would give him a fresh serving of the meat, he would eat it, but then half an hour later, he would vomit it all. He loses his apitite and i can see that he feels unwell. i didn't give him some meat just for one day, thinging maybe it's just temprary stomache problem, but he keeps vomiting. I really don't want to start giving him dry food again, but at the same time, i can see that the raw food is maybe not working out, or maybe im giving it to him the wrong way. Please respond with advice, tips, and anything else that could help me. Thatnks so much.
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