I've never tried any type of commercial supplementation mix, but I'm wondering if you're trying to covert Aggie to raw or are you using the raw meats as supplementation to her current canned diet?
PMR diets are pretty cheap and easy to do, just takes a bit of work to chop, weigh, and portion meals every once in a while. Hint: If you do serve Aggie chicken, next time, save your chicken breast for yourself and give her a bit of chicken heart, or thighs instead. Dark muscle meats are better for cats since it is very rich in taurine. Breasts do very little muscle work and is very lean, so better to eat that for yourself. Cats do better with some fatty meats, so thighs/drumsticks are more nutritious.
Last edited by TabbCatt; 10-06-2015 at 11:30 PM.