Homemade Raw Meat Cat Food

Homemade Raw Meat Cat Food

A stronger and healthier feline comes by changing your cat’s diet to a homemade raw meat cat food diet, supplemented with “My Natural Cat”.
All felines, domestic and wild, were born to eat a raw meat diet. Their naturally short and acidic digestive systems are meant to digest raw meat – Felines literally thrive on the raw enzymes provided only when the meat is raw.
A homemade raw meat cat food diet will help to maintain the pH acidic environment necessary for their digestion and absorption of calcium. The acidic environment stimulates the pancreas to reduce digestive enzymes; this maintains pancreatic health and prevents atrophy of this important organ. The strong digestive secretions allow very few parasites to get past the stomach. It is important to note that commercial pet foods, which are cereal-based, do not nurture a naturally pH acidic stomach environment; because of this, Feline Diabetes, Feline Urinary problems (FUS) and Feline Irritable Bowel Disease (IBD) normally disappear when fed a raw meat diet. Alkaline diets generally disturb a feline’s digestive and urinary balance.


Feline Instincts have years of experience with feeding raw meat cat food diets to felines, and in collaboration with various holistic homeopathic veterinarians, they have created the premixes “My Natural Cat”, “My Natural Kidney Support” and “My Natural K9”, which contain all the vitamins & supplements that domestic pets need when fed on a feline raw meat food.
A nutritionally balanced homemade raw meat cat food diet has been beneficial for various feline illnesses such as:
• Feline CRF (Feline Chronic Renal Failure )
• Feline Diabetes
• Feline IBD (Feline Irritable Bowel Disease)
• Feline FUS ( Feline Urological Syndrome)
Felines have a naturally pH acidic system. Cooked foods or commercial pet foods will not keep the cat healthy long because commercial dry and canned foods eventually weaken their immune system.
Your feline’s immune system has the ability to resist and recover from disease and injury. It regulates production of antibodies that aid in the destruction of bacteria and viruses. By feeding your feline a balanced homemade raw meat cat food diet, supplemented with one of our premixes you can help keep your cat’s immune system strong.


Felice F Arata
Feline Instincts LLC
“My Natural Cat”, a homemade raw meat cat food premix




Feline Instincts homemade raw meat cat food











Important Note: We do not advise the use of raw pork in the recipes because pigs may carry many disease causing pathogens including Trichinella and the virus that causes Pseudorabies (Aujeszky’s disease). Fish is also not recommended to be used in the diet. Raw fish fed in excess can lead to a Thiamin deficiency. felines can also get hooked on the potent taste of fish and later on they can have urinary problems from too much phosphorus in their diet.



  1. peter kosmas says:

    hi, a long wit beef and chicken can feed the kitten turkey and rabbit?peter

    • Felice says:

      So sorry for the long wait for a reply. I didn’t receive an email on this question until my web master told me about this.

      Yes, turkey is ok but the dark is more flavorful and rabbit is good too but cannot be used with any premix that has calcium supplement in it; rabbit comes ground whole with bones and bones represent the calcium in the meat.
      If I can be of more help please email me at info@felineinstincts.com


  2. Ying Wang says:

    Is there any premix can help on cat constipation?

  3. Prudence Tarpey says:

    I have siblings, boy and girl. I have been feeding them food made with feline instincts powder for years. They will be 19 in July and healthy. I will feed nothing else.


    What can I add for antibiotics?

    • felice says:

      I don’t know of any antibiotic to use. However, we use a probiotic in our cats food. Is this what you meant? Probiotics is used when anitibiotics were used and took away ALL the good bacteria.

      We use this one: Total Biotics powder by NWC Naturals.

  5. Barbara Thiessens says:

    Felice, I am searching online for Feline instincts!? My 13 yr old neutered male precious baby (cat) has just been diagnosed with early onset renal disease. Never have had a sick cat & most have lived well into their upper teens & 20’s. I am 74 & panicing quickly as i’m presently stuck recouping from broken back.
    Vet pushed Vet prescription diets & antibiotics…We purchased those, cat wouldn’t touch any of it but I did the antibiotics for the 7 days since she told us that Kitty was full of bacteria. Then I began learning the benefits of alternative foods but its 2 weeks later & I cannot find any of Feline Instincts? THERE’S A holistic section at local Petco, bought bunch of cans from Liz Eastmans’ column, top foods for renal disease, again, Kitty wants nothing to do with any of it.
    He’s been on regular tuna in water & purina grain free Muse a couple yrs. I’m learning those are no gd for him. I am using tuna juice from Nora Lenz’ column added to each plate as enticement but now have began going slower w/ A BIT OF his previous TUNA ON the PLATE W/one of the new cans. I cannot find F.I.???? I need help badly, or oone of you Columnists to hold my hand thru this til I can get up & around again?

    • felice says:

      Dear Barbara
      We do not have our products in local stores or vet clinics. You have to order form our website in the SHOP area located in the end of the menu area below the banner or in the top right of the website..

  6. Lauren Roesler says:

    Can I use this with cooked meat? I currently use “Balance It”, Recommended by my vet, but I don’t love all the synthetic vitamins it contains. I prefer mostly food based nutrition for my cats. Would like to try your brand.

    Thank You,

    • felice says:

      Hello Lauren, You can use cooked however, It’s always best for the cat to use raw meats so the cat can get the raw enzymes they thrive on. If you want to get back to basics that is the best way to feed a carnivore. our vitamins E, Mag, taurine and calcium are from the earth not synthetic from a lab.

  7. Lori says:

    My kitty has ad an aggressive nasal lymphoma and feeding the raw food might be too hard on his system right now because of his decreased immune function. I use this premix with raw food currently but want to do a lightly cooked version to see if he benefits more from that. Do you recommend mixing the food up the same way as when I make the raw and then lightly cook or add the supplement mix after I cook the meats?

    • felice says:

      Yes and keeping as close to raw as possible will keep his immune system strong. Cook doesn’t have the enzymes cats need to thrive and build a strong immune system. Allopathic vets will not admit this.

      God Bless you both.

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