Is raw food safe for you, your cat and your home?
Justin W. Sanders
For some, the very sound of the words “raw meat” sends chills down the spine.For others, the stuff is miracle chow, the missing link in a domestic diet that has never quite achieved the same balance of nutrients provided in nature.
“Just because cats stepped under man’s roof does not negate their obligate carnivore status,” says Los Angeles-area veterinarian Lisa Pierson, who has a special interest in feline medicine and nutrition consultations. “This species evolved through the years to eat a raw meat diet.”
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