Diets of Cats and Dogs and Kibble?

Why I don’t feed my pets kibble?

“KIBBLE was invented to HUMAN convenience NOT for CATS AND DOGS”

What animals in the wild cook their food? I know not one. Processed and cooked foods are DEAD foods. Pets and people are and becoming sicker and sicker on this planet every day.

I advocate feeding your dog and cat a diet of variety in whole and raw living food.


Species Appropriate Diets

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Includes: Cats, cheetahs, lions, etc.


Mainly meats, some vegetables, grass and herbs

Digestive system:

Tongue—very rough (for pulling and tearing)
Salivary glands—none
Stomach—simple structure; small round sacks; strong gastric juices
Small intestine—smooth and short
Liver—50 percent larger than that of humans; very complex with five distinct chambers;

heavy bile flow for heavy gastric juices

Eliminative system:

Colon—smooth, non-sacculated, minimal ability for absorption GI tract—three times the length of the spine

Extremities (limbs):

Hands (upper front)—claw type Feet (lower back)—claw type Quadrupeds—walks on all four

Integumentary system:

Skin—100 percent covered with hair
Sweat glands—uses tongue, and has sweat glands in foot pads only

Skeletal system:

Teeth—incisor teeth in front, molars behind with large canine teeth for ripping Jaws—unidirectional, up-and-down
only Tail—yes

Urinary system:

Kidneys—(urine) acid


Includes: Birds (including chickens, turkeys, etc.), hogs and dogs

Diet: Some meat, vegetables, fruits, roots and some barks

Digestive system:

Tongue—moderate to rough
Salivary glands—underactive
Stomach—moderate gastric acids (HCL and pepsin) Small intestines—somewhat

sacculated, which accounts for their ability to eat vegetables Liver—complex and larger proportionally than that of humans

Eliminative system:


Colon—shorter than human colon, with minimal absorption GI tract—ten times the length

of the spine

Extremities (limbs):

Hands—hoofs, claws, and paws
Feet—hoofs, claws, and paws
Quadrupeds—walks on all four extremities; except for birds, which have and walk on two

legs only

Integumentary system:

Skin—smooth, oily, hair or feathers
Sweat glands—very minimal; only around snout (hogs) and foot pads (dogs) and none on


Skeletal system:

Teeth—tusk-like canine teeth or beaks Jaws—multi-directional

Urinary system:

Kidneys—(urine) acid

About Rawlife Health Coach

Certified Detoxification Specialist, Cellular Botanical Herbs, Health & Fitness Coach, Holistic Living for People and Pets

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