- 1 pound of ground meat: beef, lamb, chicken, or turkey - NO pork (Note: The coarser the ground, the better.)
- 6 oz spring water or low-salt broth
- 4 drops grapefruit seed extract
- Approximately 2 cups fresh (uncooked or very lightly steamed) vegetables (finely chopped in the food processor) - for example, carrots, zucchini, etc. (Tip: Carrots are good to start with - they are sweet.)
- Approximately 2 cups cooked grains (finely chopped in the food processor) - examples include rice, cereal, leftover potatoes, and oatmeal
- Kitty Bloom brand calcium supplement per package directions (including adding the salt)
- Kitty Bloom brand vitamin supplement per package directions. You can substitute bone meal or other calcium per various authors.
- Optional: Coat supplement1
- Optional: 1T aloe vera juice2 (no sodium benzoate and not during pregnancy)
- Optional: Acidophilus3
- Optional: Florazyme or Prozyme4
Start mixing ground meat with the grapefruit seed extract and some of the spring water (or low salt broth). Keeping adding water and/or broth until you get the consistency of thick chili. Then add the veggies, grains, and supplements and mix together. At meal time, sprinkle Acidophilus, Florzayme, or Prozyme over the food. Feed at least twice a day. You may freeze or keep in the refrigerator for up to 3 days.
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1Two or three times a week add some coat supplement. If stools get too loose, cut back on oil.
2Aloe vera juice is very helpful for any digestive problems and/or allergies.
3Acidophilus is especially helpful for cats who have been recently on antibiotics or have had any sort of digestive problem.
4Florazyme and Prozyme are digestive enzymes. Either of these can be helpful when changing a cat over to fresh food from commercial food.