Cats are true carnivores (pure meat-eaters) and have very specific dietary requirements. Their natural diet consists of all sorts of prey like birds, insects, mice and other small mammals, which provide them with protein, fat, amino acids, vitamins, minerals and trace elements. A food containing raw or cooked meat is the closest thing to this natural diet in the wild. Not all the nutrients cats need to live are kept in meat from butchers and supermarkets. Feeding raw meat therefore requires supplementation of vital minerals and vitamins to prevent dietary deficiencies; Felini Complete is a balanced dietary supplement and turns pure meat into a all-round balanced meal. Felini Complete is free from vitamin K3 and contains no allergens making this meal perfectly designed for pets with allergies. Felini Complete: Balanced complete addition to meat feeding With vitamins, minerals, trace elements and taurine Free of fillers and anti-caking agents Hypoallergenic – suitable for allergy suffering pets Comes with measuring spoon Feeding real meat made easy – with Felini Complete. Hints and tips for feeding a pure meat diet with Felini Complete: Your cat can eat muscle meat, as well as breast, neck, leg, fillet, cuts with skin, heart (up to 15%), stomach, gizzards and kidneys (up to 5%). Suitable types of meat for your cat are: chicken, turkey, duck, lamb, beef, veal, rabbit, hare, venison, horse, ostrich, pheasant and more. Variety is key! Use different cuts, different types of meat. As Felini Complete contains calcium, phosphorous and vitamin A, you should not feed your cat bones or liver Do not feed any raw pork or wild boar as they present an infection risk. The fat content of the meat that you feed should average 10%. You can mix lean with fatter meats to achieve this. If you exclusively use lean cuts/meats you should supplement these with animal fats, for example goose fat (without any additives) to reach a fat content of approx 10%. If needed you can also supplement up to 5% dietary fibre. When feeding cooked meat you should also feed the cooking broth/juices. To avoid loss of vitamins do not cook with felini complete, nor add it to hot food. Only add felini complete after the meat and broth have cooled down. You can freeze meat with added felini complete, but keep frozen storage time to as short as possible to avoid loss of vitamins.