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What do you guys think of this?? Feline Future??

post #1 of 16
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I recently came across this product.

http://www.felinefuture.com/products/

It's supposed to be an aid in the home made diet. It seems to make a lot of sense. I am currently feeding my cats Felidae.... and in the evenings i give them boiled chicken, carrots and brown rice sometimes... I'd like to start using this stuff but it says that it has to be paired with raw food. I'm not too sure about raw food.... Won't worms be an issue??

And the other thing is that in Dubai organic meats are so hard to get hold of. In fact i have yet to see it sold in ANY of the super markets. We do get free range eggs though...

I don't want to stop feeding them dry food. I just want to make sure the wet food that i give them is good stuff.
post #2 of 16
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Originally Posted by zazi
I recently came across this product.

http://www.felinefuture.com/products/

It's supposed to be an aid in the home made diet. It seems to make a lot of sense. I am currently feeding my cats Felidae.... and in the evenings i give them boiled chicken, carrots and brown rice sometimes... I'd like to start using this stuff but it says that it has to be paired with raw food. I'm not too sure about raw food.... Won't worms be an issue??

And the other thing is that in Dubai organic meats are so hard to get hold of. In fact i have yet to see it sold in ANY of the super markets. We do get free range eggs though...

I don't want to stop feeding them dry food. I just want to make sure the wet food that i give them is good stuff.

yes its good. Worms will NOT be an issue, salmonela, ecoli etc.. will also NOT be an issue. Cats are designed to eat raw meat. just make sure you buy Organic meat product. Unless you buy low quality meat, I dont see how worms can be an issue. Use dewormer every few months if you must.

Dry is cruel to be honest. Completely unatural. At least switch to Felidae wet if you cant do organic raw. Ask healh food stores, im certain there are places that sell organic meats, I mean this is Dubai we are talking about.
post #3 of 16
I use a similar product. Actually, I'm pretty sure the woman I get mine from used to work for them before starting her own company. It's pretty much the exact same thing, and hers is Feline Instincts. Hmm. Even has the same jars.

Anyway, yes--I'd recommend it.
post #4 of 16
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Well they do get wet food at night... But i have to say they always turn their noses up to felidae wet food! Don't know why since they LOVE the dry stuff.

Dubai has ONE organic store... It's very modern in a lot of ways but it's also a bit lbackward with some stuff. Pet food for example... There are SO few varieties here. Organics is another thing they just don't seem to be very big on... It's SLOWLY changing.... just wish it would happen faster.
post #5 of 16
I don't know how safe your pork is where you live. It is possible to get trichinosis from raw pork, although very rare. That is, I suppose, a type of "worm", although it makes its home in the muscles, not in the intestines. If you freeze raw pork for two weeks before using it, any trichinosis larvae that might be in it will be killed.
post #6 of 16
I haven't heard of it..
post #7 of 16
Pork is a BIG NO NO
post #8 of 16
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Originally Posted by sharky
Pork is a BIG NO NO
YES!!!
post #9 of 16
Please go to this page and scroll down to the section/questions on safety of feeding raw. It is an excellent faq about feeding raw, and I think from what I read, is rather sensible. I'm personally not ready to feed raw, but this is a good site for those that are.
post #10 of 16
Why is pork a no no? I have never fed cj pork, but I have also never heard it is bad....
post #11 of 16
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Originally Posted by Roxy_loves_CJ
Why is pork a no no? I have never fed cj pork, but I have also never heard it is bad....
Organic pork that is not filled with preservatives , still is indigestable fatwise to the cat ... This came strait from my vets mouth along with a lecture since I was feeding organic pork to my babies ( cooked thru)
post #12 of 16
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Originally Posted by sharky
Organic pork that is not filled with preservatives , still is indigestable fatwise to the cat ... This came strait from my vets mouth along with a lecture since I was feeding organic pork to my babies ( cooked thru)
You took the words right out of my mouth thanks!
post #13 of 16
Good to know sharky! I dont eat pork, so ther is never any in my house, but I will file that away for next time!
post #14 of 16
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Originally Posted by Pat & Alix
You took the words right out of my mouth thanks!
Anytime..It would have been written beter if you had done it. Me has a lead on possible Zoey buddy....
post #15 of 16
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Originally Posted by sharky
Anytime..It would have been written beter if you had done it. Me has a lead on possible Zoey buddy....
Not so, I feel like you have my back when I'm not around

Ah? do tell!!
post #16 of 16
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by Pat & Alix
Please go to this page and scroll down to the section/questions on safety of feeding raw. It is an excellent faq about feeding raw, and I think from what I read, is rather sensible. I'm personally not ready to feed raw, but this is a good site for those that are.

This was an AWESOME site.
I am seriously considering doing this but i will have to wait till we get a helper in the kitchen. It sounds quite messy.
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