1 lb i,e, 453.56 grams raw ground turkey muscle meat (the darker the meat the higher its taurine content) - has 59mg Ca and 708mg Phos
1/2 piece i,e, 50grams of raw turkey liver - contains 2.5mg of Ca & 140mg of Phos; raw chicken liver can be substituted (its Ca & P are very close)
1 raw turkey heart i.e. 27grams - 2mg Ca and 60mg Phos (chicken heart #s for same weight are close)
3.5 oz or 100g chicken gizzards - contains 11mg Ca and 148mg Phos (turkey gizzards are hard to find)
2 tbsp steamed pureed veggies* - preferably high-moisture low-GI index squash, zucchini (all lightly steamed), or home-grown oat/barley/rye/wheat grass from seeds. For cats with CRF, pumpkin can be beneficial b/c it functions as a nitrogen-trapper. IBD cats too can be helped by the moderately fermentable fiber in cooked/canned pumpkin. For some reason, my cats love a steamed broccoli and cauliflower mix; do not use in raw form unless you have a cat with an overactive thyroid gland.
1 large raw chicken egg yolk and lightly cooked white of same egg i,e, 33g (being added to supply lutein, Vitamin D, iodine, fatty acids, lecithin and a host of other nutrients)
1478 mg calcium carbonate powder OR 3/4 teaspoon of eggshell powder** OR a bit less than 1.5 teaspoons of bone meal powder to address the calcium portion (please check the bonemeal section below to see why this is going to cause a problem with the Ca:P) ***
1/2 tablespoon unflavored Gelatin as a proxy for cartilage
1/2 teaspoon Dulse (has lower iodine levels than Kelp) to provide trace minerals and support thyroid function
1 teaspoon Salmon body oil (available in liquid or in capsules at health food stores)
2-3 oz home-made meat broth or spring water to help with consistency
Vit A - 2,000 IU****
Vit D - 200 IU
Cod Liver oil in lieu of Vits A and D; matching up can be tricky because there is a different ratio of Vits A and D in brands e.g. for Nordic Naturals brand softgel has only 1 IU of Vit D per 300IU of Vit A. With Carlson's, 1 softgel would match Vit A but would have too much Vit D.
Vit E - 2 400IU softgels of Carlson's d-alpha Gems OR GNC's Natural E 400 100% natural d-alpha dry capsules; these are the only two products forum members have been able to verify are soy-free (this caution includes similar products from even these brands).
Vit B-complex - 1/8 capsule of Thorne B-Complex Formula #12 (least stinky cat-safe one on the market)
Fish body oil e.g. wild salmon, sardine, anchovy, or krill oil: one 1,000mg softgel providing at least 300mg EPA & 200DHA - Carlson's or Nordic Naturals brand or NOW krill preferably added at meal times
Trace minerals - key word here being "trace" so only teensy amounts please - Source Naturals and Futurebiotics brands are the least icky ones though the amounts of various minerals is not the same for both these.
Egg yolk lecithin (during hairball season) e.g. Nature's Plus brand - there was a study at UT Austin suggesting its use for hairball control