Making your own cat food isn’t as time consuming as you might think. Consider it an investment in your cat’s long-term health.
Don’t be fooled by cat food labels boasting about Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs); check first to make sure the EFA source is actually bio-available to carnivores before letting yourself be too impressed.
Look for wide-mouth jars that are freezer safe to store your homemade cat food. Pint size jars work well for one- or two-cat households.
Making your own cat food doesn’t cost nearly what many people assume it does.
If your raw-fed cat is willing to eat chunks of meat, go for it! It’s great for a cat to get the mouth exercise.
Martine Potier generously donated her time and talent to translate the food making page of this website.
The Tasin TS-108 grinder that I purchased from One Stop Jerky Shop in 2002 is still going strong, 21 years later.
There’s no need to waste the egg whites when making cat food. Cook them and mix them with the food.