INCREASE YOUR CAT’S HEALTH AND LONGEVITY
BY FEEDING A RAW PREY-BASED DIET.
WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT?
“We were true skeptics and have been changed with a simple experiment, because of which we have healthier, happier cats, as well as an odor free home!” -Mona
Savage Cat Food® Chicken Ingredients:
Whole chicken with bones*, chicken heart*, chicken liver*, certified organic egg yolks, water, psyllium husk powder, wild salmon oil, taurine, vitamin E, vitamin B complex, adrenal tissue, spleen tissue, thymus tissue, pancreas tissue, salt.
*All chicken is certified organic, hormone and antibiotic free, sustainably and free range raised.
Savage Cat Food® Rabbit Ingredients:
Whole rabbit with bones, lamb heart, lamb liver, certified organic egg yolks, water, psyllium husk powder, taurine, vitamin E, vitamin B complex, adrenal tissue, spleen tissue, thymus tissue, pancreas tissue, salt.
“I tried all the other raw foods and this is so much easier with the packets. The packet idea is so simple it’s silly that it didn’t exist until Savage Cat Food.” -Julian
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Transitioning your cat to a raw diet:
If your cat eats dry food start by transitioning from dry to canned: Put your cat on a closed feeding schedule with their current food. This means your cat eats one or two meals a day and does not eat freely in between meals. Getting them in the habit of eating once or twice daily will help them recognize new food as food when transitioning. Depending on how strongly your cat is addicted to dry food, you can start to work in wet food over the course of one to four weeks. Start with as much as 90% dry food and 10% canned, working your way to a higher percentage of canned food over the next couple of weeks.
From canned to raw: Once your cat is on a closed feeding schedule with canned food you can start working in raw food. Start with 25% raw and 75% canned, working your way towards more and more raw food. Fully thaw Savage Cat Food® to room temperature or slightly warmer under warm water, and serve a meal twice a day. Raw food has less scent than cooked so it may take a while for your cat to recognize it as food!
Discard any food that is not eaten with an hour. Clean serving dish (we recommend stainless steel or glass) after each meal. Use soap and water to wash all surfaces that come in contact with the food.
How much should I feed my cat?
Thaw 1 packet or 1 tub in the refrigerator. The packets can be run under warm water, do not microwave. Feed cat 2% to 4% of cat’s weight daily. Keep thawed food in the refrigerator for up to 3 days. Feed two meals daily, or more if recommended by a veterinarian or for kittens and pregnant or nursing cats.
TIPS & TRICKS
Once on a closed feeding schedule, top Savage Cat Food® with your cat’s favorite food for 1 to 4 weeks. Use fish sparingly, as it can be addictive.
Instead of thawing the packets overnight, take a packet straight out of the freezer and run under warm water for a few seconds. Feed partially frozen to slow down scarfing.
To feed small amounts of Savage Cat Food®, slice the packet while still frozen, place the small amount in a dish to thaw and return the remaining amount to the freezer.
“My apartment does not smell like cat food or kitty litter, and there is way less waste in the litter box!” -Anna