• 1 Tbsp (can go up to 2 if your cat is prone to constipation) of ground-up wheat/catgrass or cooked then blended zucchini, squash, or pumpkin
  • 1-2 egg yolks (this will also take care of iodine and Vit D to some extent); if you have longhaired cats, I'd go with 2 because the lecithin in yolk helps with hairballs
  • 1/8 capsule of Thorne B-Complex Formula #12 (least stinky cat-safe one on the market) OR 1/16 capsule of Jarrow B-Right "Low Odor" (be watchful for signs of nausea with this one)
  • Carlson/NOW/Source Naturals Taurine powder, or any capsule brand - at least 1,000mg, even 1,500mg if you want (I err on the side of too much vs too little especially with rabbit)
  • Vitamin E - 2 400IU; GNC Natural E 400 100% natural D-alpha capsules (note: no other GNC E is soy-free, just this one) OR Dr. Ron's Unique E OR Carlson Laboratories d-alpha Gems OR Natural Factors Clear Base. These are the only two products forum members have been able to verify are soy-free. Note - there are similar products by the same brands, so diligent label reading is important, as always:)
  • Home-made meat broth or water as needed to make it less sticky and easy to mix e.g. 1/2 - 1 cup, can adjust because if mix is bloody won't need as much additional moisture
  • 1-2 Tablespoons of animal fat (since rabbit is low in fat compared to a mouse) e.g. from duck, beef, or ghee made from cow/buffalo milk
  • *Omega-3 - at feeding time