Posts Tagged ‘raw’

Consult with Dr. Pierson from Catinfo.org

So many things. I think I spent two hours on Skype. Nice invoice after that was done. Because Tommy has bladder issues to the point that we felt panicked into re-routing his urethra so that debris would stop clogging the old one up, we’re making some changes to the already great formula as a precaution. […]

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We’re going to consult with Dr. Pierson

Later this week I should be skyping with Dr. Pierson of Catinfo.org about how we’re feeding the boys their raw. We’ve been doing ice cube portions since we started, but last week we started to weigh out the ice cubes before serving, making sure they were 1 oz. I added some turkey skin back into […]

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Still don’t have the hang of it

Tommy is not bottoming out on losing weight. Our scales says he’s very close to hitting 12 lbs flat, and he’s supposed to be at 13. We’re going to be consulting soon with Dr Pierson from Catinfo.org over how and what I am feeding him. His weight loss trickling isn’t alarming enough that he has […]

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Trying to get the swing of this raw diet

Tommy and Stewart started raw 5 months ago. It was Nature’s Variety Raw Medallions in chicken. Then it was bone in rabbit with turkey and 20% skin and I think 10 egg yolks. Well they gained a pound. So I’ve been doing rabbit and turkey without skin and no egg yolks. I had Stewart at […]

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Raw food day

This is how you get started

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The raw food

I’ve made two batches of raw food cat diet now, and I still can’t get it under 2 hrs. I made it on New Year’s Eve and again on Sunday, February 5th. I’ll be starting the new batch tomorrow. It’s well timed: I have 2 adult male cats that need almost 20 lbs of food […]

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NEXT BATCH OF RAW

I’ve got to do a lower calorie formulation. Eggs were optional so at 700+ calories, those are going to be left out. Skin from the thighs is optional so I’m going to cut out that. It was about 500 calories. Currently I’m pulling back portions on the two boys. Tommy is up a half a […]

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dietary changes

Tommy has been doing super well since a day or two out of the hospital. I’ve had he and his roommate on pre-made raw food and canned food so that he gets fluids in him throughout the day for his urinary health, instead of binging a few times at the water fountain and then peeing […]

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