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Recipe database for cats

We provide a range of specially formulated recipes for healthy cats and kittens, as well as cats and kittens with medical conditions. All recipes use our CompleteMe meal completer supplements to ensure they are complete and balanced. If you are looking for a quick and easy option, please see our raw feeding guides.

Why do we provide recipes for use with our meal completers?

A lot of meal completer products come with instructions to add a certain amount of supplement to boneless muscle meat in order to produce a complete and balanced diet. We completely understand that this is convenient and quick, so that's why we have this option available.

However, sometimes using a recipe can provide more certainty that the diet is as appropriate as possible. For example, you may want to be confident that your cat's diet is consistently high in protein, or rich in omega-3 fatty acids. Recipes can help with these goals. Here's some more information about our healthy adult cat recipes:


  1. We formulate our feline recipes to have protein, fat and carbohydrate percentages similar to a mouse. Sometimes this requires the addition of a fat source, as some meats may be too lean. Alternatively, some meats are quite fatty and can actually produce a moderate to low protein diet.

  2. Our recipes are enriched with omega-3 fatty acids (namely EPA and DHA) to produce a diet with an optimal ratio of omega-6 fatty acids to omega-3 fatty acids. This typically requires additional omega-3 fatty acids, from fish oil, krill oil or marine algae oil. Meal completer supplements generally don’t contain adequate amounts omega-3, and given that a lot of meat-only diets are quite high in omega-6 (from animal fat), we specifically add in certain types of oils rich in omega-3s.

  3. We enrich our recipes with specific types and amounts of fibre. Our feline recipes include animal-derived fibre from CompleteMe feline, and some recipes also include plant-derived fibres. This can help to support the health of the gut microbiota, and also reduce the risk of constipation.

  4. We want to ensure that your cat has access to nutrients derived from a wide range of food ingredients - not just muscle meat. We have therefore included different types of offal like rabbit liver and duck hearts, antioxidant-rich leafy greens, and different fat sources in our recipes. Variety is the spice of life and has been shown to promote a more stable gut microbiota, at least in other species.

Recipes for healthy cats

Recipes for cats with medical conditions

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