- Control over the quality of ingredients unlike with commercial food
- Use of real bones, not commercial bone meal or recreating bones via eggshell powder and trace minerals etc.
- If you have concerns about salmonella & e.coli in raw meat, cooking takes care of it.
- Uncertainty about supplementation amount due to lack of comprehensive information at this time as to what is lost in the cooking process
- Cooking changes the nutrients in meat; at the very least, there is reduction in the levels of fat, taurine, and water-soluble vitamins and minerals as well as enzyme activity.
How do I cook for my cats?
What about supplementation?
In-between options - if you're not quite ready to rawfeed just yet, here are some baby steps:
Last Updated: 15 November 2013