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Important comments Introduction Raw versus cooked Cost Poultry Rabbit Grinder Before you dive in Making cat food – quick summary With bones or without bones; how much bone Constipation Meat types and sources Ingredients Recipe Making the food – VIDEO Canning the food Dental Health Safety issues Commercial pet food contamination – especially dry food Pet food recalls Dogs Conclusion I frequently see people jump into making cat food without doing their homework and without any thought as to using a balanced recipe.
This is what gives veterinarians – including myself – a very good reason for recommending page is – including the recipe provided below.
And, more importantly, all dry foods are dangerously low in water which wreaks havoc on your cat’s urinary tract and puts him at great risk for life-threatening and excruciatingly painful urethral obstructions and possibly cystitis.
(See Urinary Tract Diseases – Opie’s Story.) If you are firmly opposed to feeding any part of the diet in a raw form – even after reading the Safety section below – you can contact me to set up an appointment for a phone consultation to discuss formulating and preparing a diet that uses cooked ingredients.
The pro-raw feeders are afraid of nutrient loss from cooking/processing.
Note that dry kibble is very often contaminated with bacteria, fungal mycotoxins, insects and their feces, as well as being high in carbohydrates and plant-based (vs animal-based) proteins.Please see Feeding Your Cat: Know the Basics of Feline Nutrition for reasons why dry food is not a healthy diet for any cat.Making cat food: Do it and do it right, or don’t do it at all.This subject is one of considerable debate among two – usually strongly divided – mindsets.
The anti-raw folks are afraid of bacteria and parasites.
Please disregard any recommendation below to source rabbit from this producer.