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Wild Game

Riddick

Savannah Super Cat
Hi, I currently feed my savannah a raw meat diet. This is the pretty standard diet that contains parts of chicken with a vitamin supplement. I am a hunter and with that being said hunting season is around the corner. Has anyone fed their cat dove, venison, and/or wild hog? Would this be a good idea since it is 100% wild and organic?
 

Patti

Admin
Staff member
Any raw food, if fed as slab meat (e.g., no bones, organs, etc.) will need a supplement. If you want to grind your own with bones and organs there are recipes here on the forum as well as online to help you create a balanced diet.
 

WitchyWoman

Admin
Staff member
Certain worms that infest wild game animals are immune from freezing so you would want to talk to your vet about a deworming schedule. Anyone who feeds raw meat to their animals should do that regardless of whether it's wild game or grocery store products.
 

Rafiki

Site Supporter
Hi Sarabi. Welcome to the forum. I for one will take your venison and wild pig! Yummmmm!
Are you making your own raw mix now or buying? Do you currently supplement?
 

Rafiki

Site Supporter
I know that many breeders/vets say to stay away from feeding pork to cats. Does anyone here know the reason why?
 

Riddick

Savannah Super Cat
Hi Sarabi. Welcome to the forum. I for one will take your venison and wild pig! Yummmmm!
Are you making your own raw mix now or buying? Do you currently supplement?

Hahaha don't worry I will be eating it as well!!!! Currently I am making my own mix by grinding chicken thighs, chicken legs, heart, gizzards, liver, and using kitty bloom VM900+3 supplements, I also will throw in a few fish oil caps. I am thinking just to put some wild game in addition to that and add supplements according to the weight of the meat.
 
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