What is the best cat food for indoor cats?

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    hill a
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    Do you think what is the best cat food for indoor cats?

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    Susan
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    Hi Hill,
    the best diet for cats is a raw diet. Cats & dogs have short digestive tracts, made to digest a raw diet quickly…Cats who are feed a dry kibble normally end up with kidney problems…

    You can buy Pre-made raw in freezer section or my cat loves Air Dried & Freeze Dried raw, I add water to the freeze dried balls & she loves it, once a week she gets 1/2 a raw chicken wing to help clean her teeth…
    If your cats are feed a dry kibble & wet can food then the Freeze Dried or air Dried raw would be the best as some cats refuse to eat raw meat if brought up on a dry kibble, they will love eating the freeze dried raw or air dried raw, it’s similiar to kibble but freeze & air dried raw isnt over cooked at high temps or over processed like a dry kibble is…

    Look at “Ziwi Peak” email Ziwi Peak & ask for Air Dried samples & if they have the raw wet can food samples aswell??
    My cat inhales “Ziwi Peak”.
    https://www.ziwipets.com/catalog/ziwi-peak-cat-nutrition

    * Stella & Chewy
    https://www.stellaandchewys.com/cat-food/freeze-dried-raw-dinners

    “Raw feeding advice and support” face book group
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/451782265003776/

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    Katherine J
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    Don’t know where you are located but I use Tiger’s Choice by GreenTripe.com
    It’s main ingredients are heart, liver and greentripe. It is raw but it doesn’t stink even if there is tripe in there. As cats cannot produce their own taurine, the heart and liver as well as tripe provide that. I looked up why taurine is important and Google says. “It is critical for normal vision, normal digestion, normal heart muscle function, to maintain normal pregnancy and fetal development, and to maintain a healthy immune system.”

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