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Raw Meow Mix - Low

Raw Meow Mix - Low

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Raw Meow Mix Low

Suitable for:

Adult Cat
Adult Cat
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Raw Meow Mix Low is a meal completer designed specifically for cats requiring a low phosphorus, low sodium diet and is NOT suitable for healthy adult cats or kittens. Added to boneless muscle meat, it creates a balanced & complete raw meal for cats

Containing the organ, calcium, omega 3, egg yolk and vitamins necessary for a balanced raw diet. All you need to add is boneless plain muscle meat.  Low Mix also has psyllium husk to assist with constipation, turmeric powder as an anti-inflammatory agent, spinach & wheatgrass for antioxidant properties, and extra vitamin E.

Typical Analysis (Dry Matter Basis – Powder only)

  • Crude protein 32%
  • Crude fat 14%
  • Crude fibre 12.19%
  • ME 319 Kcal/100gm
  • Phosphorus 0.51% (0.62% when added to chicken thigh)

* Please note the scoops are indicative only. The scoop may hold more than 3gm depending how it is scooped up. Please weigh the powder if you are making up more than one meal.

Freeze dried Australian chicken liver, pumpkin powder, psyllium, calcium carbonate, NZ green-lipped mussel freeze dried powder, potassium, dried Australian egg yolk, spinach, wheatgrass, choline, vitamin E, taurine, curcumin, zinc, iron, manganese, copper, vitamin K2, thiamine, vitamin B6, vitamin D3, iodine, selenium yeast.

One 300gm bag will make 100 (60gm) meals.

Adult Cats need to eat 2 - 4% of their body weight daily, over 3-5 meals. The amount varies according to age & activity level.

To prepare, add Raw Meow Mix powder to raw muscle meat and water. Follow our quick product guides for detailed steps.

Store bag in a cool dry place.

When feeding a cat with low phosphorus requirements, the protein you use is important, as is the fat level of the meals you feed.

Low Mix is a lower phosphorus meal completer, but to get the best out of this you should add it to a lower phosphorus, higher fat meat. Healthy cats require about 10% fat in their diet (30% DMB) and cats with kidney issues can go to even twice that.

Our recommendation is to make the base of your meals with Low Mix using chicken thigh with skin on. Chicken thigh is the lowest phosphorus protein. It is advisable to feed using this protein to keep the levels as low as possible. If your cat is not a fan of chicken, you could try a small amount of another protein into the mix to assist with taste.

Roo is one of the highest in phosphorus as well as the lowest in fat so it is a protein we recommend you do not use with Low Mix.

Raw Meow Mix Low plus chicken thigh (which is the lowest phosphorus muscle meat) will give you a pho level of approx. 0.62% DMB.;

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
5 stars from my cat!

This is my first Raw Meow purchase, but will not be my only one. My purchase came with thorough instructions, and joined the Facebook group which is a wealth of knowledge. My cat, recently diagnosed with CKD, is a huge fan of this mix. We had no trouble transitioning, and he even tries to sneak a bite of the mix while I am weighing everything out. Thank you Laura and crew 🙏🏼

Nobutaka Asai

I have a very fussy cat. He has kidney problem and I have tried various prescription cat foods for him. None is successful until I tried this with chicken thigh. This was a life saver as he started to losing weight. Now he is gaining some weight and playful. I cannot believe he has a kidney problem.