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Cat Supplements?

Ryan RoblesRyan Robles NorthridgeMember Posts: 8
edited 20 December, 2010 in Home Prepared Food & Recipes
Hello, I would like to supplement the fresh chicken I eat every night so I can stay healthy. Is there a reasonably priced, palatable all-in-one powder or liquid supplement that contains taurine, vitamin K (?) and the other essential stuff I need? Thank you.

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  • Karen LeeKaren Lee The kingdom of Mer-lotMember Posts: 89,020
    edited 19 December, 2010
    Are you feeding raw chicken? If so, there are pre-mixes you can use. It has all the vitamins and minerals you need. TC Instincts and Know Better Pet Food are two brands of pre-mixes. There is also Alnutrin which is a supplement that can be used for raw and cooked diets.
  • Karen LeeKaren Lee The kingdom of Mer-lotMember Posts: 89,020
    edited 20 December, 2010
    I should also add that the both the above products must be mixed with the meat. They are not formulated as a stand-alone supplement. Just cut the meat into easy to eat pieces, add the measured pre-mix amount and the required amount of water and just mix together.
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