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Freeze-Dried Cat Food

The closest alternative to a raw diet, freeze-dried cat food locks in the combination of essential nutrients and mouth-watering goodness in fresh, bite-sized portions. Most freeze-dried cat foods are grain-free and gluten-free. As such, they are exceptionally suitable for kitties with sensitive stomachs.

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Yes, pine litter is generally safe for cats. Just make sure that the litter is made from natural wood fibers.

Furthermore, it should not contain include phenol and chemical additives.

Yes, high quality freeze-dried food is not only delicious, but also nutritious for your cat. They are protein-rich, loaded with vitamins as well as minerals, and more digestible than cooked meat.

However, take note that freeze dried food may be unsuitable for cats with medical problems (e.g. diabetes & autoimmune conditions).

As freeze-dried food from different brands may vary, we recommend that you read the feeding guide that is printed on the food packaging. But bear in mind that such feeding guide are just general guidelines.

The amount of freeze-dried food that a cat should eat per day is affected by multiple factors. You should consider your cat’s developmental stage (e.g. kitten, adult, elderly), medical condition (e.g. healthy, ill, pregnant), and weight (i.e how heavy your cat is).

As always, veterinarians will be able to offer more specific suggestions that are tailored to your cat’s health history.

No, freeze fried products do not need to be refrigerated when unopened. It is sufficient to keep them in a cool, dark place (e.g. cupboard or pantry with a door).

Nonetheless, once opened, freeze dried cat food should be kept in the fridge.

Freeze-dried cat treats can be rehydrated with warm water before feeding. After adding some water, let them sit for a few minutes and then serve.

Alternatively, you can serve them directly from the package.

Since they are treats, they should not replace complete meals and should be eaten in moderation.

Most unopened freeze–dried food can last up to two years, but we advise you to refer to the printed expiration date.

When serving, do not leave it out for more than 1 hour so that it doesn’t spoil.

Benefits of feeding freeze-dried raw cat food:/p>

-Enhanced digestion

-Whiter teeth and stronger bones

-Offers more convenience than a completely raw diet