Join Date: Aug 2004
Location: Massachusetts USA
Ive been feeding my 2 cats a raw diet exclusively now for some time. I did quite a bit of research and found a good yahoo group with quite a bit of reference material, knowledgable people, and a very good raw recipe thats balanced properly for cats. Be very careful if your triing to make your own food without the proper research. I was fortunate enough to find a homeopathy vet in my area and had her check out the diet from the raw yahoo group. She said it was an excellant diet and I should have no problems with it.
Just a side note Can_man you posted a link to breeders choice as a reference. Many of those vitamins are already present in proper quanities in the raw ingrediants. But be careful of the quanities that are shown on the nutrient analysis chart if you are triing to supplement. For example the chart shows 4853 IUs of vitamin A per can. Thats much much more than is required. The homeopathy vet I talked with recommended 5,000 IUs of vitamin A per week. Not per feeding. So just a note of caution.
For those interested the yahoo group is "rawpaws"
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