Our raw pet food is 100% the same meat that we sell on our site, we do NOT bring in cheaper beef just for the cat food, yes, the same stuff you and I are eating. Our Raw Nutrition Cat Food is made from the offcuts from our butchery so they get everything from wagyu, USDA Prime, Choice, Australian Grass-Fed, etc. We also add, if we have to, Brazilian Topside. The beef hearts and liver come from our US supplier. All of the other ingredients are standard.
Size: 250g packs
Ingredients (per 1kg ): Beef (5/10% fat) 500g, Beef Heart 300g, Beef Liver 100g, Egg (with eggshell) 50g, Salmon Oil 1tbs, Supplement 1tsp, Extra Virgin Olive Oil 1tsp
- Keep frozen until use
- Defrost in refrigerator or water
- Refrigerate after use
- Use within 48hrs of opening bag
- Keep separate from other foods
- Wash anything that touches raw meat
- Only for cats
How much food? Quantity Table
|Pet||% of their bodyweight to feed them per day|
|Cats||1.5%-3% of their body weight per day|
Body Weight %
This is the quantity of food (grams) that you will need to feed your cat per day.
Split this amount of food into the number of meals recommended per day. We recommend feeding no more than TWO meals per day. The healthiest way to feed your cat is with ONE main meal and ONE small meal. These meals should be within 6hours of one another to ensure your cat's digestive system has 18 hours to rest.
Weight of food (grams)
|Weight of Cat (kg)||1.5%||2%||2.5%||3%|
How to use this...
Start on the lower end of the recommendations and feed more if they're getting skinny! If your cat gets chubby, YOU MUST feed less!
Just like humans, a new meal with new ingredients can cause a bout of nausea. This means introducing foods and meals slowly. When introducing whole new meals, you'll need to transition them using the guide below.
As an owner, you are the one who is best placed to see how your cat is reacting to the new food.
THIS IS A GUIDE, with new food to old food proportions and timescale for you to work by.
|Transition Time||New Food %||Old Food %
|Day 1 - 2||20%||80%|
|Day 3 - 4||50%||50%|
|Day 5 - 6||80%||20%|
This table is approximate. If your cat has weaker stomach than most, the transition should be spread across a longer time period. Please check your cat's stools, it's an indicator of whether or not you are switching too quickly.