|Purred: Sun Jun 24, '12 2:53pm PST |
|Well, I don't think your idea entirely impossible. Just need some extra care.
What I usually do is:
First I cook more meat than I can eat, cook them plain, no salt or any other spices/condiments added.
Then I separate my portion and cat's portion.
In my portion, I flavor it the way I like.
In cat's portion, I supplement it with cod liver oil, taurine, healthy powder (or Anita's Vita-mineral Mix) and bone meal.
My cat won't eat raw meat and she likes to nibble which I don't feel safe to leave raw meat around for her to nibble and I don't have so much time to feed her whenever she wants to nibble. Also, one of my friends feeds raw and her cats start to show discolored fur, so I think I need to do more research and observation before I make up my mind for the final switch. Before that, I think home-made food can be a nice substitute.
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