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Cat Nutrition Information
Dr. Lisa Pierson's Feline Nutrition Page: Dr. Pierson is a veterinarian who feeds her cats a raw diet. Her page includes lots of cat nutrition information, as well as a recipe for raw cat food and tips for transitioning your cat to raw.
CatNutrition.org- a site by a laywoman which features information about cat nutrition, discussion of some prepared raw diets, as well as a cat food recipe.
Bravo! Raw Diets: Maker of frozen raw foods for cats and dogs. They make a raw, frozen diet for cats and dogs (complete with muscle meat, bones, organs, and vegetables) and also sell packaged frozen ingredients for consumers to use in formulating their own diet. Additional organs may be necessary to supplement this diet.
Nature's Variety: Maker of various meat-based foods for cats and dogs, including a kibble (not recommended here, as it contains rice) grain-free canned food, raw frozen diets, and raw freeze-dried diets. NV frozen raw diets contain some questionable additives, like montmorillonite clay, which can be irritating to some pets, so proceed with caution. Additional organs may be necessary to supplement this diet.
Oma's Pride: Maker of frozen raw diets and ingredients for cats and dogs. They also sell their own line of supplements. If you have more information on this brand please leave a comment.
Raw Advantage: Maker of raw frozen diets for dogs and cats. Their "raw" frozen diets contain cooked grains, so proceed with caution. If you have more information on this brand please leave a comment.