Some of you have asked what raw diet I’m using. To keep the boys fit and in fighting form.
This looks like it could be fun and affectionate.
But the prediction is, this will only end in tears.
Fang tries to stave off the inevitable with the ugly-face.
The sweet-potato-oatmeal recipe comes from Rebecca Remillard, DVM, at PetDiets.com. To study up on the question according to her, go here. (Please note: No payola has changed hands, from any source mentioned in this post; this is just info FYI on what I use.)
Decide whether you want to buy a recipe from Remillard – or whether you’d prefer first to visit with the excellent folks at the University of California at Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. They were unbelievably generous in answering my myriad questions over the phone.
Now here’s the head-crush technique.
The last, essential ingredient in the raw diet is “BalanceIt” powdered nutritional supplement. This is mandatory, not optional. Scroll down here, past “canine” to “feline,” and have a look what’s in this stuff. You might want to buy one of their recipes instead of Remillard’s. Find their recipes here.
The boys are in fine feline fettle.