Boneless Raw Cat Food
This recipe is one of the original raw cat food recipes excluding the use of bones.
For cats with gastrointestinal issues or any signs of allergies, I would suggest omitting the eggs when first introducing this diet. They can always be added in later as a single change to the diet. That way, any negative reaction can be monitored. If your cat does not like the diet, try omitting the eggs. Some cats just do not like eggs.
If your cat is thin and needs the extra calories, leave all of the skin on the meat. If your cat is chubby or has had pancreatitis, remove 75% of the skin. (Some cats that have had pancreatitis do better on a low fat diet.) If he is just right, remove 50% of the skin.
Yields 51 ounces
- Boneless Raw Cat Food
- 900g. chicken thigh meat (boneless, removing most of the skin)
- 100 g. chicken liver
- 1 cup water (more if your cat will eat it with more water)
- 2 raw egg yolks
- 2000 mg. fish oil (not cod liver oil)
- 400 IU Vitamin E
- 50 mg. Vitamin B-complex
- 2,000 mg. Taurine powder
- 4 1/2 tsp. eggshell powder (calcium)
- 1/2 tsp. regular salt (with iodine)
- 2 tsp. psyllium husk powder
- 1 tbs. unflavored gelatin
- 2 glandular capsules (optional)
- Cut at least half of the muscle meat into 1/2 inch chunks or larger (for dental health) and put them aside in a bowl.
- Grind what muscle meat you did not chunk along with the liver. Mix into the same bowl containing the chunks of meat.
- In a separate bowl combine the balance of the ingredients listed and stir well with a whisk. If you don’t know how to make eggshell powder click here.
- Divide the mixture into zip lock bags and refrigerate or freeze.
- Most cats will eat approximately 4 to 6 ounces or 1 cup per day. If you can, feed your cat 2 to 3 meals per day.
- Warm their food gently by placing the bag in the kitchen sink filled with warm and allowing it to soak for a few minutes to take the chill off.
|Boneless Raw Cat Food|
|Yields total ounces:||51.4|
|Total number of 1 cup servings:||6 3/7|
|Nutrition Facts per 8 ounce serving|
|Total Fat g.||8.29|
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