Raw Feeding For Cats


Obligate Carnivore (noun) -

Any animal THAT IS PHYSICALLY DESIGNED TO exclusively subsist on a diet consisting of meat

and does not possess the physiology to digest vegetable matter.

THE Benefits of Raw For Cats-

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Because cats do not drink water regularly (like dogs),

it's vital to provide moisture in their diet. 

Feeding cats a diet that is not designed to meet their species specific needs can cause long term illnesses such as Diabetes, Kidney Disease, renal failure, & chronic urinary tract infections.

 Feeding cats a raw diet not only allows pet parents to better control portion sizes, but also provides an overall higher level of nutrition. 

Picking the right blends.


 All our Soul'y Raw Blends are ready to be devoured by cats

& have been designed to meet their

nutritional needs as obligate carnivores. 

With a variety of proteins to choose from,


Soul'y raw MAKES IT Easy to portion, easy to serve. & easy to please

even the pickiest of cats.


Let's Talk Taurine

Taurine is an amino acid that plays an essential dietary role for cats.

Because Taurine is naturally abundant in raw muscle meats & organs,

all of our Soul'y Raw blends provide 100% of your cat's daily

nutritional requirement through food based sources.

There is no need to add any additional tarune to SOUL’Y RAW BLENDS

IN ORDER TO supplement their diet. 

Transitioning your cat to raw

 When transitioning from a kibble based diet TO RAW, serving YOUR CAT FOOD at Room temperature rather than straight from the refrigerator can help to entice a warmer reception. But it's important to remember cats are fickle creatures by nature, so Some May not show enthusiasm right away and that's ok. 

Give them just a tiny bit to begin with- offer their first tastes of raw like it's a special treat rather than an entire meal.

Cats also tend to enjoy variety-

they may love a protein for a meal or two &

then suddenly refuse to eat it.

Our 8 & 16 oz sizeS allow pet parents the flexibility

to rotate their protein offerings often. 

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Have questions about feeding your cat a raw diet?