|Barked: Thu Jun 24, '10 7:41pm PST |
|Sassy is correct. Many nutrients can easily be destroyed by the cooking process or even re-heating food via microwave. If the cat food is cooked, I would always add supplements after it's cooked. Also, If possible try to only lightly cook it.
A solid website for making cat food:
The previous link focuses mainly on raw food but also mentions cooking for cats. Also, make sure the diet is balanced. Cats have more specific nutritional requirements than dogs. Do extensive research before preparing your own cat food.
I personally feed my cats prepared raw food (nature's variety) and a few other high-quality canned foods, in rotation.
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