|Purred: Mon Oct 21, '13 9:33am PST |
|Here is the product info: http://www.carnivorecarryout.com/Blue_Ridge_Beef_Kitten_Grind_p/brb-ktgr.htm
It looks like it is just 100% meat So no, it is NOT a complete diet for cats.
As BK said, never feed dry food and raw food within 12 hours of each other. Your cat will get an upset tummy.
Are you planning to do 100% raw food? Or a mix of raw food and commerical dry or canned food?
If you plan on feeding 100% raw food, then you need to feed a 100% complete balanced diet. There are commercial brands you can buy the the pet store, like Nature's Variety Instinct. If you want to make your own raw food, check out Catinfo.org for the basics of raw food making and a good recipe. There is also "frankenprey" which is 80% raw meat, 10% bone, and 10% other organs like liver and gizzard.
If you plan to feed a mix of raw and commerical food, then you could continue with what you are doing EXCEPT instead of leaving dry food out in between the raw meals leave a good quality canned food out. Or, leave out freeze dried raw. Freeze dried raw is dry and crunchy like regular dry food but a lot healthier. Stella and Chewy's is one good brand.
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