Join Date: Jul 2011
Location: Little Rock, AR
Transition to Raw
I've asked about switching before, but how does one go about it? I can't afford to switch over to a good quality canned food for the transition period (which would be how long?). Would a high quality (grain free, like Wilderness or Blue) kibble work okay? I've heard kibble mixed with raw can cause tummy issues (vomiting, etc.). I have 3 cats I'd be switching over (Chen Le, age 7, Abby, age 2, and Harley, age 1), and I just can't afford ~$3 a day of canned food.
I know a store near here where I can get chicken breasts, wings, drummies, legs, and necks. They also have beef products, turkey necks, pig feet, ears, and tails, and beef and calf liver. Also cornish hens and quails and some "all natural" ground lamb (in small amounts). And chitlins. Why, yes, I do live in the south, how did you guess? lol Haven't scoped out ethnic stores (I have 2 asian stores and a middle eastern store within walking distance of my university, but I haven't looked at what they have.