We've been researching cat nutrition over here, specifically looking at all the nutrition information etc of the various things I'm giving to my cat. One big thing stands out.
If you look at the vitamin/nutrition content of various parts of meat (breast, thigh, heart) vs organs, by and large muscle meat is much more nutritious than organs (except maybe kidney but even then...) and don't provide any useful unique compounds, that I can tell.
I know that the 80/10/10 system is well recognised, but is there a scientific/nutrition based reason for why we're feeding our cats organs, other than the fact that is supposedly "more natural" and maybe adds a bit of variety?
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