Have you seen a cat use a frying pan?
In the wild, cats do not fry, roast or boil their prey before consumption. They hunt and eat their prey freshly killed! Cooking destroys nutrients for the cat. As obligate carnivores, nature has designed their bodies to handle live prey, that means they can absorb nutrients best from raw meat and have a highly acidic stomach that protects them from bacteria.
While hunting live prey is the best for our cats, it would be dangerous to allow them to do so in an urban environment. Which is why commercial cat food in the form of dry kibble or canned exists, it’s advertised as having all the nutrients a cat needs in an easy-to-serve package. However, it is far from a healthy option.
Problems with Dry and Canned food
Yikes, that sounds bad! So what should we feed them?
A balanced RAW diet
Wow! So where can I get a balanced raw diet for my cat?
Introducing RAWR by Purradise
RAWR is a balanced raw diet which is currently being fed to the cats at Purradise Cat Cafe. It’s made from 100% natural high-quality protein from fresh chicken leg, with bone, liver & heart grinded in to the appropriate ratios for a nutritionally balanced meal.
On top of that, RAWR is supplemented with Taurine (an essential amino acid for cats), salmon oil for a soft shiny coat, and multi-vitamins for a complete nutrition to a cat’s dietary needs.
All our ingredients are human-grade. No grains, fillers, artificial flavourings and preservatives are added to RAWR. We strongly believe in feeding the healthiest and safest food to all cats
Frequently Asked Questions
Is it safe to feed raw meat?
Yes! It is what nature has designed their bodies to handle. The cat's highly acidic stomach kills harmful bacteria.
The cats at Purradise Cat Cafe have been fed this raw diet for over a year, they are very healthy! Come take a look for yourself :)
What about parasites in the meat?
We freeze the processed raw meat for 48 hours to kill any parasites in the meat
What do you mean by "Human Grade" meat or supplements
By specifying we use "Human Grade" meat or supplements you know that our ingredients have passed the strict tests and regulations to allow them to be fit for human consumption.
Ingredients not listed as human-grade may not meet the necessary health and safety regulations, which means it may also be harmful to your pet.