EVERY DAY RAW PET FOOD REQUIREMENTS:
EACH FEEDING SHOULD BE:
Cats are obligate carnivores meaning the majority of their dietary requirements depend on the meat they consume in order to obtain the essential nutrients needed to thrive. Iron Will Raw Feline Complete Dinners have been formulated with this in mind. The NEW Feline Complete Dinners are high in protein, moderate in fat and low in carbohydrates – making them the perfect choice for cats and kittens. Feline Complete Dinners have been formulated to meet the AAFCO Cat Food Nutrient Profiles for All Life Stages.
✓ Suitable for very active kittens and cats – packed full of nutrients and calories to keep these felines going all day long
✓ Contains the lowest amount of calcium and phosphorus while still meeting the needs of growing kittens – a great option for adult cats who do better on lower calcium diets
✓ Being slightly higher in calories than our other Feline Complete formulas makes this a great option for cats or kittens that are always on the go
✓ A delectable mix of whole rabbit, nutritious pork meat and freshly caught mackerel packed with omega fatty acids
✓ Highest Lysine concentration of all the feline recipes – instrumental in producing antibodies and enzymes that support the immune system
✓ Rabbit is an excellent source of B3 (Pyridoxine) and B12
✓ Lower in calories – perfect for less active kittens and cats
✓ This formulas is moderate in calories and full of flavour!
✓ Duck is a great source of selenium which supports a strong immune system and iron which is an important component of hemoglobin in blood
✓ Pork is an excellent source of B vitamins like thiamine – regulates the function of the nervous system
† Iron Will Raw Feline Complete Dinners for Cats are formulated to meet the AAFCO Cat Food Nutrient profile for All Life Stages.
Many cats and kittens can eat a diet that contains both raw and kibble. Contact Iron Will Raw for further guidance to ensure balance is being achieved and calories are being considered.
Iron Will Raw believes that variety is the spice of life. Changing proteins periodically will keep your pet excited for meal time and wanting to come back for more. However, it is not essential to rotate proteins as each formula is complete & balanced.
Kittens should have their body condition assessed weekly to ensure they are receiving enough food for growth. Cats that are finished growing should have their body condition assessed every 1 - 3 months to ensure they are maintaining their ideal body condition. For more information, visit our body scoring blog by clicking here.
We do not recommend using additional supplements with the Feline Complete Dinners unless directly advised by your veterinarian to do so.
While it is true that cats/kittens do not NEED plant matter, the plethora of phytonutrients and fibre are always a fantastic addition to their diet. Phytonutrients are great for boosting the immune system and fibre aids in stool consistency and quality.
Mackerel is a fantastic oily fish high in Omega-3 fatty acids. It plays a key role in maintaining a cat/kitten’s skin & coat and helps combat inflammation within the body.