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Raw Food Diet > How much do you spend?

Aslan

The cat with- freckles
 
 
Purred: Tue Apr 16, '13 1:07am PST 
Thank you for the responses guys. I will try starting them off on a wet food first then. I was planning to do home made raw, rather than buying it pre-made, because I had heard it is cheaper to do it that way.

I was planning to go off some sort of recipe. But I am not sure which one as of yet, or which would be the best... I am still doing my research. smile

I think $100 would be a bit tricky to do, as I currently make roughly $200 a month with my cruddy hours. (Will be getting more soon, so I'll see what I can do then.)

But as for wet food, is it really better than dry? I would assume so, with my limited knowledge, it seems to be more moist.. and would probably offer more liquid than dry? And it is more meaty? I don't know. But if it is better I am more than happy to switch over to wet for for awhile until I can afford to feed raw. You say Friskies is good? I've always heard that they weren't so good. Or maybe it was just a certain type of Friskies that was no good. Huh. I'll have to look into some wet foods and see what's good and everything. smile
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Thank you for the information!
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Raw Food Diet > How much do you spend?

Aslan

The cat with- freckles
 
 
Purred: Sat Apr 13, '13 11:41pm PST 
I have finally acquired a job after being unemployed for quite some time. I have been reading a bit about raw food diets, and I think it sounds like a much better alternative than commercial diets. I didn't know how bad those diets could be on a cat, and how cruddy they truly are. Definitely not all they are cracked up to be. To boot, I get the $3.00 to get a box of Purina Cat Chow, which is complete crud when I look at the ingredients.

Now, I am considering switching to raw.. But my job is minimum wage ($8) and I don't get all that many hours at this point in time.

I am wondering how much you spend every week (or month) on your raw pet food diet ingredients. I really need to know, so I can take this into consideration.

Also, where do you get your ingredients? Are there any good online suppliers? Or would I need to go to a grocery store, markets, etc.?

Thank you for your responses in advance!

rainbow

--Dustin
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