Mar 25, 2021
Rowan Sanderson sits down with Dr. Brendan Clarke, Co-Host of Raw Pet Medics and President of the Raw Feeding Veterinary Society (RFVS) to discuss how to transition your cat to raw.
As obligate carnivores, cats are more likely to be affected by carbohydrates found in processed foods. If anything, cats benefit more from a raw diet than dogs.
Cats are also much more fastidious about what is in front of them, and they rely heavily on their sense of smell. Cats would much rather eat foods with an aroma that they are familiar with. Strange smells will make cats suspicious until they get used to it.
Ultimately, every cat is different; so you will have to adapt these tips to what suits your individual cat.
Listen in and learn Brendan’s five top tips for getting your cat to switch over to raw.