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Home cooked diet

Angie Panczak

Savannah Super Cat
#1
Does anyone have a recipe? I would like to try home cooked on a queen I have been having tummy issues with, I've used a raw guide but just cooked ground meet. I use 3 protein sources, beef, pork, turkey or chicken, chicken hearts, b complex, vit e, taurine, fish oil and use finely ground egg shell. I don't feel this is enough? Or is it? She also gets probiotics.
Angie
 

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Paige
Staff member
#2
Does anyone have a recipe? I would like to try home cooked on a queen I have been having tummy issues with, I've used a raw guide but just cooked ground meet. I use 3 protein sources, beef, pork, turkey or chicken, chicken hearts, b complex, vit e, taurine, fish oil and use finely ground egg shell. I don't feel this is enough? Or is it? She also gets probiotics.
Angie
Angie, are you asking about cooking the meat instead of feeding raw?
 
#7
She has a very sensitive stomach and may be bred, I find that cooking is the only thing that helps.
Have you tried the prepacked raw foods for her? I want to say there used to be a trend towards 'kinda' cooking the raw before feeding it to cats/dogs, but for the life of me, I can't recall what it was called. Or how you do it. People realized they were losing nutrients by cooking, so they simply went to raw-raw.