How to get started with BARF cats


How to get started with BARF cats

We all know that cats can be particular about food. How we ourselves, the older we are and after more time in the same routine, the more difficult the change will be. But not impossible; You just have to be patient and soon your cat will be eating the diet that nature designed for him. Remember that a cat is a strict carnivore , so a raw diet is the best option for them. The transition to raw food is easier if your cat already eats wet food, as he or she is at least used to a type of food with more moisture. We recommend that if your cat eats dry food, you make the transition in two phases, first from dry food to wet food and then from wet to raw food. There is no problem in trying it directly, instinct may win and you will love it the first time, but don't get discouraged if that doesn't happen. We will introduce raw food gradually for as long as you need. There will come a time when you will eat more natural foods than processed foods and then you will eat completely raw diet. · Cats prefer food at room temperature. Leave it out of the refrigerator for a while, so it will be more like the food you would find in nature. · Don't leave food available all the time. Give it 20-30 minutes to eat and then remove it and store it in the refrigerator. He will understand that he must eat or he will run out. · Give him variety from day one so he doesn't get used to just one type of meat. · You may have heard something about fasting in dogs, but cats should never fast! *This article has been written based on our knowledge and unconditional love for dogs and cats, but at no time does it replace the advice of a veterinarian. The CRU will be happy to try to resolve any questions you may have, but if your pet suffers from any pathology, we recommend that you consult with a registered veterinarian. Share:


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