Here you go! All in one place, quite complete. It is a large table that indicates the protein sources, the ingredients, the make-up of the foods (95% meat/bones/organs, 5% other stuff, etc.), and indicates whether or not they're balanced and complete. It's a PDF file, downloadable and printable.
But to summarize, the "Complete and Balanced" foods with NO veggies, just meat and supplements are:Rad Cat.
No bones, uses a calcium supplement. An EXCELLENT food, great for transitioning (or long term feeding), most cats love it. Chicken, Lamb, Turkey. http://www.radfood.com/
Can be ordered via http://www.onlynaturalpet.com
, but best to call, as shipping rates don't seem to calculate correctly if ordering online, so best to speak to someone.Nature's Menu.
Also no bones, uses a calcium supplement. VERY reasonable price, very reasonable shipping cost. The beef and lamb include kidney, so you get the 2nd secreting organ in addition to liver.
Beef, chicken, organic chicken, lamb, and turkey. http://www.naturesmenu.com/Fegnion.
Chicken, rabbit, turkey. Rabbit is whole ground rabbit, so get ALL the organs. http://www.fegnion.com/index.htmlVital Essentials.
Chicken (with beef liver); http://www.vitalessentialsraw.com/
(Not sure why I don't have the dog products in the list. If they're appropriate for cats, that adds beef, turkey and fish.
Only issue with this food is you have to order 20 pounds at a time after the first 10 pound trial. It only comes in chicken and turkey. http://www.darwinspet.com/our-cat-food/Feline's Pride.
Chicken, Cornish Hen, Rabbit, Turkey. Touted as a great product on a lot of raw feeding sites, but has no 2nd secreting organ, and it has very expensive
shipping!!!!! (Especially for what it is, IMO.
Quality foods, but with a 95% meat/bone/organ profile and 5% veggies and fruits (also all "Complete and Balanced") :Nature's Variety.
One of the few that includes kidney (another secreting organ) in addition to liver. They target 15% bone, which is too much for most cats. Great for transitioning, but other than the organic chicken, some of the products have mixed protein sources (just be aware of that), and because of the high bone content, it's best to "dilute" it with some fresh meat to avoid constipation. Chicken (chicken & turkey); Organic chicken (ONLY chicken); Bison (mostly bison, but does also have beef kidney); Beef (single source protein, includes kidney); Lamb (single source, includes kidney); Rabbit (includes pork fat and liver - cats seem to love it LOL); Venison (uses ground lamb bone, lamb heart, and lamb liver). http://www.naturesvariety.com/InstinctRaw/cat
Not as juicy as other raw foods.
NV also has freeze-dried raw products.Stella & Chewy's.
Another one that includes kidney in most of the products. The cat products are freeze-dried only, but the frozen raw dog food is appropriate for cats, with the 95% meat/bones/organs, the 10% bone, and a taurine supplement. Beef (has liver & kidney); Chicken; Chicken & Beef (includes kidney); Salmon & chicken; Beef (kidney); Lamb (spleen and kidney in addition to liver); Salmon & beef. Juicier than NV or Primal, but still a little dry. http://www.stellaandchewys.com/index.phpPaw Naturaw
Don't know bone content ratio. Organic chicken, Duck, Lamb, Pheasant (with turkey), Rabbit (with pork), Organic Turkey. http://www.pawnaturaw.com/Primal.
Targets 8-9% bone content. Beef & Salmon, Chicken & Salmon, Pheasant, Quail, Rabbit, Turkey, Venison. Not as juicy as other raw foods. http://www.primalpetfoods.com/Bravo Balance.
Bravo has a number of products for raw feeding, but only the "Balance" is balanced and complete. Chicken, Beef, and Turkey. Don't know percentages of meat/organs/bones and other stuff (though looks mostly like meat/bones/organs). Only the beef has kidney for a 2nd secreting organ. http://www.bravorawdiet.com/index.htmlNature's Logic
(ratio is 90% meat/organs to 10% other stuff, and that "other stuff is a LONG list of various fruit and veggie powders, including spinach. Beef (includes kidney), chicken, rabbit. http://www.natureslogic.com/Wild Kitty.
Uses clams in everything (huge taurine content). Chicken & clam, Duck & clam, "Fish" and Conch (with clams), Turkey & clam. http://www.wildkittycatfood.com/
There are a number of other raw foods included in the spreadsheet that aren't covered in the summary in this post.
Their ground mixes are whole animal, but not "complete and balanced" unless you add the Alnutrin supplement (which is VERY easy to do!!!! Just mostly dethaw the chubs, add the supplement and the water as per directions, mix, bag up into the portions you want, and refreeze). You can either order ground meats and add the alnutrin supplement for mixes without bone, or order the bone-in mixes, and add the alnutrition supplement for meat/bones/organ mixes. Both alnutrin supplement options are available on the Hare-Today site. This gives you a HUGE variety of VERY reasonably-priced raw food with great shipping prices. http://www.hare-today.com
You can also order organs (secreting or gizzards and hearts), and ground organ mixes.
I don't know how far Hare-Today ships, but they're based in Western PA. They do ship to the midwest and south, but how far west they ship, I don't know. There is a similar company based out of Indianapolis, I think it is: http://www.mypetcarnivore.com
.Meat with a supplement that makes it complete from Wysong.
Also, if you want really quick & easy raw, just buy meat, and add the Wysong Call of the Wild Supplement. You just need to sprinkle on 1/2 a teaspoon per every 1.5 ounces. http://www.wysong.net/products/cotw-dog-cat-supplement.php
Do NOT feed your cats liver, bones, or a calcium supplement if using this productEdited by LDG - 5/29/12 at 11:12am