Whilst there are raw brands of cat food out there, most of them come with problems:
Carnivora and EvolutionRaw, both in Canada, My Pet Carnivore in USA and Organic Paws in Australia (east) are currently the only raw brands I can recommend. There may be others I don't know about.
However all still need the addition of whole bones to crunch on for oral health. Please be aware that I don't necessarily keep up with any changes these brands may make, so the onus is still on you to check them out.
In these uncertain times of food shortages, I suggest you stock up on freeze dried raw brands. However please check the ingredients carefully for the addition of veggies, fruit and additives as these are unsuitable at best and harmful at worst, for cats.
I don't believe freeze dried raw food is as good as fresh or freshly frozen meat, but certainly they're not as bad as canned or dry food.
Buying from farmers markets or local farmers makes more sense. They are more inclined to look after you than supermarkets/grocery stores, where you're just a number.
The food is more likely to be better quality and fresher. Supermarkets tend to keep their products a long time.
I've had good feedback from SevenSons in America.
Shaded Grove Farm Market in Mississippi serves half of America.
EatWild lists farms who are likely to look after you, also in America.
I'm no great fan of supplements. Most on the market today are synthetic, often made from petro-chemicals. In no way are they food.
I prefer to eat good food, where the REAL supplements come from.
However, algae is a good supplement as long as it comes from clean water. Algae is also acceptable for cats, unlike so many on the market.
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