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Free-Range Beef | Raw Freeze-Dried Cat Food - Adult

Sale price$31.95

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Free-Range Beef | Raw Freeze-Dried Cat Food - Adult
Free-Range Beef | Raw Freeze-Dried Cat Food - Adult Sale price$31.95

Key Ingredients

Free-Range Beef

High-quality free-range human-grade muscle meat from our local farmers.

Beef Offal

Beef liver, kidney, tripe, hearts, and lungs are packed with essential vitamins, minerals, and amino acids.

Free-range eggs

Eggs are an excellent source of protein and essential vitamins including vitamin A, B, and selenium.

Fruits & Vegetables

Cats are obligate carnivores, which means they require a diet that is mostly meat-based. Therefore, we only add 1% of fruits and vegetable to their complete diet.


Seaweed is a good source of iodine, vitamin K, and calcium.

Safflower Oil

A good source of vitamin E and linoleic acid, omega-6 fatty acid.

Flaxseed Oil

Omega-3 fatty acids, alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), and fibre.

How it works

1. Measure Pet's Meal

Measure the amount of dry food your pet needs and add to their bowl.

Refer to the "Daily Feeding Guide" on the pouch for how much to feed your pet, or use our online Feeding Calculator if you're unsure.

2. Add Water

To their bowl, add the same ratio of water as dry food.

For example, if you add 1 cup of dry food, add 1 cup of water.

3. Let Stand & Serve

Once the water is added, let the food stand for around 30-seconds to reconstitute.

The food will start to swell as it absorbs the water. When most of the water is absorbed*, allow your pet to enjoy their meal.

Note: Reconstitution times may vary between different seasons and climates.

How to transition your cat to raw pet food

If your pet has been on a diet of dry kibble and/or processed wet food, it’s important to transition gradually to raw feeding as a complete balanced meal.*​ Raw food is digested differently to processed food. Transitioning too quickly to raw feeding can cause stomach upset. ​

Similarly, if your pet is used to dry kibble or canned food, they may be fussy with raw food at first, so gradually introducing raw food will help their taste buds adjust.

Start with 20% Frontier Pets Raw Freeze-Dried food and 80% of your pet’s ‘usual’ food.
Feed 20/80 ratio for 2-4 days, and if there are no major concerns, adjust the ratio to 40/60 for the next 2-4 days.
Increase Frontier Pets by 20% every 2-4 days until you are feeding 100% Frontier Pets food as a complete balanced meal.

​This guide only follows general Vet advice for transitioning to raw feeding. However, every pet is unique, and they may transition at a different pace. If you have any concerns, contact us at or consult your Vet or Animal Health Specialist.​

*Frontier Pets Freeze-Dried Raw Pet Food can be used as a complete balanced meal for 100% raw feeding, or as a Topper for a raw nutrient boost to their usual meals. See our Feeding Guide for details.​

Frequently Asked Questions

Can cats with sensitive stomachs tolerate beef?

Yes, cats with sensitive stomachs can tolerate beef, but it depends on the individual cat. Some cats may have sensitivities or allergies to beef proteins, while others may tolerate it well. If you're considering introducing beef into your cat's diet, it's essential to do so gradually and monitor their response carefully. Watch for any signs of digestive upset, such as vomiting, diarrhea, or changes in appetite or behavior. If your cat shows any adverse reactions, it may indicate that beef is not suitable for them, and you should consider alternative protein sources. Consulting with your veterinarian can also provide valuable guidance on the best diet for your cat's specific needs.

What are the nutritional benefits of feeding beef to cats?

Feeding beef to cats can provide essential nutrients such as high-quality protein, vitamins B12 and B6, zinc, iron, and phosphorus, supporting their overall health, muscle development, and energy levels.

Can kittens eat beef, and in what form?

Yes, kittens can eat beef, but it should be in the right size to ensure it's safe for them to consume. You can consider adding a little more water to a kittens diet.

How to introduce beef to a cat's diet?

To introduce beef to a cat's diet, it's important to proceed gradually, especially if they are new to raw feeding. Start by substituting 20% of their usual diet with beef. Every 2-4 days, increase the amount of beef by 20% until you are feeding 100% beef. Remember, this is just a general guide, as every cat may transition at a different pace.


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