Raw diet - meals ready to eat

by Griselda Romero
(San Diego)

I have 2 cats that used to have skin problems such as flaky skin, greasy coat, etc. One was already beginning to have problems with recurring urinary tract infections and yeasty ears. The vet could not give me an answer as to why my cat was having recurring UTI's.


I did a lot of research and realized I needed to change their diet. Not through supplements but completely switch them to food that resembles what felines eat in the wild. After extensive research and speaking to many people, I decided to try a raw diet.

Needless to say, they both have beautiful shiny coats, no more urinary tract infections, and they are very happy cats. They are smart too since it only took me 3 days to completely transition them to raw food. My cats are happy and healthy.

I know this method of feeding is highly controversial, however, one thing I am sure of is that cats do not cook or process their food in the wild. That idea came from humans.

Happy Mom & 2 happy cats

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Dec 09, 2012
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Natural raw cat food
by: MomofAlice&Amanda

My 17 year old Snow Princess was cured of chronic diarrhea (after several close to death episodes due to gradual intolerance of any commercial food). In 3 days we had tootsie rolls!

Then in 3 months her body changed! She lost fat, firmed up, added muscles to her neck, her fur got sleek and shiny, she started playing again. I had a new cat!

Yes, natural diet raw is the only way to feed. Over your baby's lifetime it's cheaper, sans the usual renal failure or cancer, suffering also for you... triple digit vet bills... see www.felineinstincts.com. Alicia, Alice & Amanda, the late Snow Princess, Casper & Bunny too.

Aug 30, 2010
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Raw food recommendation
by: Anonymous

I am interested in changing my cat's diet to a raw food diet. Any suggestions on what brand of raw food to switch my cats to? Please advise to my email: golsonc3 AT bellsouth.net

Thanks!
CG

Dec 05, 2009
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Thanks!
by: Kurt (Cat Lovers Only Admin)

Thanks for sharing Griselda. I know that many cat owners have considered raw food diets for their cats, but I think some people stop short because they're not sure what's involved. Maybe you can tell us a bit more about it.

I think others might be interested to know which raw food product(s) you buy, and how much time you have to spend feeding your cats? Is it more expensive than feeding canned or dry food?

Nov 28, 2009
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thank you
by: Susan

I am a breeder of purebred Traditional Siamese and am always thirsty for new knowledge. Altho, I feed high quality dry and canned food, I have wondered how well it would work. In the 70's my "Katz" lived to be 21 and thrived on Purina Cat Chow and 9 Lives Liver in creamed gravy...

I stand up and applaud you and appreciate your effort and concern for your cats and sincerely thank you for this information.

Nov 28, 2009
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Very Smart Cat Owner
by: Anonymous

You did the best thing you could for your 2 cats and I am thrilled to know exactly how to care for your cats.

Keep up sharing and just maybe the millions of cat owners will stop feeding their cats this pre-digested canned and dry cat food that is full of toxins and feed them raw and for sure cats will hardly ever be sick.

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