What is Raw Gourmet?
With over a decade of personal experience in this industry, I have learnt that self-made raw diet has always been the healthiest and safest way to feed our cats. After many years of research for the best ingredients, I have finally found the perfect combination of natural ingredients and supplements that made most cats love it.
Why Should You Feed Raw Gourmet?
• Best for your cat's well-being • The most natural feed for your cats • No artificial flavourings or ingredients • Improved digestion • Greatly reduced stool odour and volume • Healthy soft shiny coat, less shedding, fewer hairballs • Increased energy • Better dental health • Better urinary health • Prevention for UTI
Better Urinary Health
Raw cat food has high moisture content of about 65% - 70% that mimics that of a natural prey; a mouse is 65% - 75% moisture. Food that are low in moisture and full of carbohydrates (i.e. dry food) cause alkaline urine and chronic dehydration in cats. This can lead to urinary tract inflammation. Cats in the wild do not often have urinary tract problems because they get enough moisture from their food.
Cats are obligate carnivores, hence they must eat meat. Their digestive systems are adapted specifically for a meat-based diet. A cat's digestive tract is short and acidic. It processes species-appropriate raw food efficiently in 12 hours. This gives very little time for bacteria to proliferate, so cats are naturally resistant to food poisoning.
Greatly Reduced Stool Odour and Volume
When cats are fed with a diet of high carbohydrates, their systems will struggle to digest the excess carbs. Since much of what they eat is not efficiently processed by their systems, the amount of waste is much greater than it should be. Big, gloppy, smelly puddles in the litter box are not normal.
Turmeric as a Superfood
Studies have shown that turmeric is an excellent anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anti-fungal, anti-bacterial, anti-coagulant, anti-septic and astringent ingredient.
It helps greatly with the cat's liver function, bile production and wound healing.