Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Raw Cat Food Health Benefits After Two Months

I've had my little guys on raw food for nearly two months now, and I've been delighted with the results. Diddy already requires less of his inhalers, and his hair has all grown back in beautifully (he had some hair loss last year). Even better, his "sensitive stomach" is sensitive no more. He's had no trouble keeping his food down.

Their coats are beautiful and shiny; their bodies sleek and muscular; their energy vibrant and enduring. Shockingly, their feces have no odor whatsoever (I know, I still can't believe it), and they use the box far less than in their dry food days. I honestly couldn't imagine putting them on the dry stuff ever again, and I'm not sure they'd stand for it anyway!

I'm looking forward to seeing how Diddy does with the moist, oxygen-rich Seattle air, but thus far getting his system back to good health is a big success.

2 comments:

  1. Hi Tess,
    I'm not surprised your cats are thriving on a balanced, raw food diet. Cats are carnivores and dry food is their enemy. Dry food is the cause of numorous problems in cats and dogs. I've been feeding my cats and now young dogs raw food since they were born. I was led to raw diet 12 yrs ago when I got a Siamese cat from a breeder that had so many medical problems the vet wanted to put him to sleep. I knew there had to be a way to save his sweet little soul and when I thought about good food repairing humans, I researched feline diet. I found the FelineFuture.com website, talked with the inventer of their supplement and I never looked back. My little male meezer was like a new cat in just two months. I've raised litters of kittens, starting them on raw at 4 1/2 wks, they thrived on it. Feeding raw is preventive care, less trips to the vets, longer life with quality to it and a happier pet. For those who want to save by feeding cheap or dry food, trips to the vets for the problems that go along with that type of diet will cost far more than upgrading their food. Kudos to you for making your cats lives wonderful and healthy.

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  2. Terri,
    Thanks for writing! I couldn't agree more about dry food. Even the "good" foods (of which I tried many) are filled with so much that little carnivores shouldn't be eating. That's wonderful that you take such good care of your babies. Siamese are so sensitive, and how lucky for your little guy that you were able to give him what his body needed to heal. I'll have to check out FelineFuture; sounds like good stuff. Thanks again for writing, and big hugs to your meezers and puppies, too!
    Tess

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