5% OFF: The Grateful Pet Raw Cat Food (Beef & Chicken)

By The Grateful Pet


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      • Scientifically formulated for the dietary needs of cats who are obligate carnivores, human-grade raw cat food from The Grateful Pet contains a minimum of 95% lean muscle and organ meat. Meals are also enriched superfoods and taurine, an essential amino acid that contributes to healthy digestive function, good vision and heart health.


        • Tailored for cats
        • 100% natural raw ingredients
        • Balanced and complete
        • Meals powered by science
        • Supercharged with superfoods
        • No prep, no nasties and no mystery meat – just super great food for super great cats

        • Breed Size: All Breeds
        • Life Stage: All Stages
        • Special Diet: By-Product Free, Grain-Free, Gluten-Free
        • Protein: Chicken, Beef
        • Size: 1.02kg (12 x 85g tubs)
        • Made In: Singapore

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            • Cage-free Chicken, Grass-fed Beef,  Beef Heart, Chicken Back, Beef Liver,  Anchovies, Nutritional Yeast,  Eggshells, Cod Liver Oil, New Zealand  Green-lipped Mussel, Prebiotic  Seaweed, Taurine, Vitamin E.

            • Calories/100g 149 kcal
              Crude Protein (min) 19.1 %
              Crude Fat (min) 3.5 %
              Moisture (max) 79.6 %
              Ash (max) 1.9 %
              Calcium:Phosphorus 1.1:1

            • The presentation, packaging, size and measurements of this product is subject to change by the manufacturer without notice. While images and descriptions listed are only meant to be guidelines, the integrity of the product shall remain the same.  

            • Does your cat food contain taurine?
              Yes it does. Taurine is essential for any cat diet as it helps with important heart functions in addition to vision, digestion and reproduction. Our raw cat food contains taurine levels based on what is recommended according to AAFCO guidelines for cats.

              Our raw cat food also contains ingredients such as chicken, kangaroo or beef hearts which are naturally high in taurine.

              Are your recipes suitable for kittens?
              Yes, our meals are suitable for cats of all ages.

              How much should I feed my cat?
              Adult: Feed 1 tub of food, twice a day for every 5kg of adult cat body weight.

              Kitten/Pregnant/Nursing: Double the amount for kittens, pregnant or nursing cats over 2-4 feedings a day.

              Senior: Adjust portion according to appetite if you have a senior cat with lower metabolism.

              We do not recommend free feeding your cat as this would mean leaving out food for more than one hour; allowing bacteria to grow. Feeding frequently is preferred, more-so with kittens and pregnant/nursing cats. Establishing a routine with scheduled feeding times is always beneficial for your cat.

              Is it safe to feed The Grateful Pet to my cat with kidney disease?
              As our raw meals are formulated for healthy cats and are not intended for therapeutic use, we always recommend that you should check with your vet before proceeding with a new diet, especially if your cat is being treated for a condition.

              If your cat is in early stages of kidney disease, it is generally okay for our food to be given because our meals are made with high quality, fresh ingredients. However, for cats in later stages, we advise that the meals should not be fed as the protein (and phosphorous) level in the food may be too high for your cat’s condition. For more information on our nutritional values, you can go under the Guaranteed Analysis section of each product.

              How do I transition my cat onto raw food for the first time?
              If your cat is currently on kibble or canned food, please note that the transition process can be longer and sometimes difficult. Initial rejection will be common. 

              We recommend a slow transition as it will allow your cat to be introduced and accept the food gradually and at the same time, give its digestive system enough time to get used to the new diet.

              Days 1-3, serve 35% of new food mixed with 65% old food
              Days 4-6, serve 70% of new food mixed with 30% of the old food
              Days 7-8, serve 100% of new food

              Please note that this serves as a guide and that your cat's transitioning experience may be shorter or longer. Feel free to adjust the feeding proportions slightly as you observe your cat during the first few days.

              If your cat has persistent diarrhoea for more than 2 days, we recommend bringing your cat to the vet for medical advice.


              Can my cat eat the gently cooked/raw dog food?
              It is generally ok if it happens by accident but it is not advised for your cat’s diet to be based on the same diet as your dog’s. Cats are obligate carnivores, as such you’ll find that our cat recipes are made from almost 100% meat while our recipes for dogs include fruit and vegetables.