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Raw Feeding Your Siberian Cat

Posted on August 24, 2013 at 1:30 PM

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For the first seven years that we raw fed, we used a small 1/2 hp grinder from Northern Tools to prepare our meats.  It was a ton of work preparing the meat for grinding, hard work pushing the meat and bone through the grinder, and took a ton of hours to make enough raw food for one month.

 

Then, right after we saved up and finally bought a 1 3/4 hp grinder from Cabala’s, (on sale right now) we located a raw food coop that delivers monthly about one hour from us. The meats, eggs, and veggies are all human grade food, about 1/2 the buyer are feeding their own families.

 

Now we purchase from them. We buy hearts, whole animal ground and chunked meats, and a mix of organ meats. It's terrific. The variety available from them is much wider than we can access through our local super markets, and in addition is prepared properly for raw feeding :)

If you'd like our "recipe" for raw feeding, email us a request at [email protected]

 

Categories: Feeding, Health & Disease, Care Practices