When re-hydrated it's a step above canned (because it's raw) but below frozen/fresh raw because the freeze drying process does destroy some nutrients. It's a really expensive choice...one of those little packets goes for close to $2 and it makes less than 3 oz when water is added.
I think it's more often used dry as a topper to entice finicky cats to eat canned. Or by raw feeders who need to travel with their pet and can't take fresh/frozen along. Or as a treat to get some raw in a cat's diet.
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