Originally Posted by ~Siameseifuplz~
You can cut it up into proper portions before you freeze it and then just defrost what you need for that day.
Ditto what Siam said.
I have five cats and I prepare everything in meal-size freezer bags. With their respective weights, that's 8oz for most meat meals (heart, pork, beef, gizzards), 10oz for the organ meals (5oz each liver/kidney), and the bone-in meals range from 9oz to 12oz. Each morning, I move the next day's meals (I feed three times a day) into one of the bottom bins in my fridge to defrost.
In case you're interested, here's my weekly menu:
Breakfast: 8ozs of gizzards and chicken hearts, beef round (come in precut stew pieces), pork loin chunks or beef heart chunks I cut and packaged myself.
Lunch: Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday are bone-in meals of cut-at-the-joint chicken wings, half a quail, a quarter of a Cornish Hen, or half a chicken breast with ribs. Tuesday and Friday are organ days – 5ozs of beef liver and 5oz of beef kidney. Saturday and Sunday – a de-boned and de-skinned turkey drumstick or chicken leg quarter. The drumsticks range in weight from 11ozs up to 18ozs each (as packaged), while the chicken quarters vary from 8oz to 14oz.
Dinner: 8 oz of chicken breast meat, or a de-boned and de-skinned turkey drumstick or chicken leg quarter.
Once a week, they share a single 3.75oz can of sardines (instead of supplementing for the Omega 3's) and every couple of weeks, they get a couple dozen live crickets or 5 whole mice (1 each, gutted and cut into three pieces). Every now and then, I'll try something different, like bison meat or whole eggs, just for the fun and variety of it.