|Purred: Sat Mar 23, '13 2:17am PST |
|Cats can eat beef as long as they don't show any reaction to it. What is "natural" for a cat to eat depends on the region the cat lives in and the size of the feline, and variety in the diet is very important due to the different nutrient and amino acid profiles of various meats, not to mention avoiding allergies, so I don't believe in limiting protein sources with the exception of pork (due to the risk of trichonella and psudorabies) and fish (which can be high in contaminants, can cause urinary tract issues, and can deplete the body of vitamin E).
I use Dr. Pierson's method, get all my meat grinds from hare-today, and make my catfood for .89 to 1.00 per day, and that price includes shipping, free range egg yolks, and supplements made in the U.S. I keep a rotation of 5-7 proteins and split my batches so she gets 3 proteins per month.
Her rotation this month is chicken, rabbit, and beef. I also have turkey, goat, duck, and llama in my freezer.
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