Holistic Nutrition for your cat
Cats are true carnivores. They must eat meat to survive. Cats cannot be vegetarians. Their bodies are specifically geared for processing a raw, prey-
This is as true for a tiger as it is for the cat on your lap.
In the wild, cats eat whole, raw prey.
This diet includes mice and any other small rodents available, rabbits, insects, amphibians and birds.
Their systems are set up to metabolize this diet which is high moisture, high protein and very low carb.
Cats have short, acidic, naturally pathogen resistant digestive systems, which are highly efficient at metabolizing a raw diet of meat,organs and bone. Cooking meat degrades the nutrients, making them less available to your cat and renders bone indigestible and dangerous.
Cats have relied on this diet for thousands of years.
Felines have lost the ability to process carbohydrates very well. Excess carbohydrates in the diet, especially grains, can lead to obesity,
diabetes and serious digestive problems.
Cats get most of their energy requirements from the glucose their livers process from protein, not carbohydrates.
Cats evolved as desert creatures, so they naturally have a low thirst drive.
Cats that are fed a dry kibble diet risk being chronically dehydrated, increasing the risk of urinary and kidney problems. Dry foods are only about 10% moisture and even with the water they drink, cats on a dry diet only get about half the liquid of a cat on a canned or raw diet that has a 60-
The many benefits of a raw diet:
l Improved digestion
l Greatly reduced stool odor and volume
l Healthy coat, less shedding, fewer
l Increased energy
l Weight loss, if over-
l Better dental health
l Better urinary health
If feeding a raw diet is not an option I highly recommed a grain-
Disclaimer: This is my personal opinion as a cat guardian of 5 healthy, raw fed cats. I am not a DVM or veterinary tech, please consult with your veterinarian before gradually changing your cats diet.
Holistic Wellness Boca Raton works together with KitKats Rescue.
We are very passionate about our organization. As we are 100% non-
Any donations received are used to provide food, litter, medical care, spaying/neutering and other needs for the animals.
We also accept misc. donations (Ex. food, litter, grooming products, bedding, toys, etc.).
A special thank you goes out to all that have already supported our organization.
From our hearts and the hearts of all these animals we sincerely appreciate your donations.
Please contact Kathleen Wright at firstname.lastname@example.org
or Phone: 561-
Outdoor cats are looking for furever homes!
All three cats were recently rescued.
All are spayed/ neutered, tested and microchipped.
The cats/ kittens have strong potential to still be wonderful indoor cats when properly socialized.
These cats are not affiliated with KitKats Rescue, please contact Gisela Weldon at 561-