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MEDIUM PACK COMBO | Free-Range Beef + Lamb & Fish | Raw Freeze-Dried - Cat

Sale price$167.95

Gluten Free

All Natural


MEDIUM PACK COMBO | Free-Range Beef + Lamb & Fish | Raw Freeze-Dried - Cat
MEDIUM PACK COMBO | Free-Range Beef + Lamb & Fish | Raw Freeze-Dried - Cat Sale price$167.95

Key Ingredients

Free-Range Beef & Lamb and Wild-Caught Fish

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

Lamb and Beef Offal

Beef and Lamb 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 cat 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 cat 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 your cat on 20% Frontier Pets Raw Freeze-Dried cat food and 80% of your cat'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 cat 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

How do I transition my cat to a lamb and fish diet?

If you're looking to transition your cat to a lamb and fish diet from their current diet of dry kibble or processed wet food, it's crucial to do so gradually to avoid any potential stomach upset. Raw food is digested differently, so a slow transition is essential.

Since cats might be initially hesitant or picky about raw food if they're used to kibble or canned food, introducing it gradually can help them adjust. Start by mixing 20% Frontier Pets Raw Freeze-Dried food with 80% of their usual food. Maintain this 20/80 ratio for 2-4 days, watching for any adverse reactions. If everything seems fine, increase the ratio to 40% Frontier Pets and 60% usual food for the next 2-4 days.

Continue this pattern, increasing the portion of Frontier Pets by 20% every 2-4 days until you're feeding them 100% Frontier Pets food as a complete balanced meal.

Remember, this is a general guideline, and each cat may transition at its own pace. If you encounter any concerns or have questions along the way, feel free to reach out to us at or consult with your veterinarian or an animal health specialist.

Does freeze-dried food retain the nutrients of its ingredients?

Yes, freeze-dried food retains the nutrients of its ingredients exceptionally well. The freeze-drying process involves freezing the food and then removing moisture through a process called sublimation, where ice transitions directly into vapor without passing through a liquid phase. This method preserves the nutritional integrity of the ingredients, including vitamins, minerals, and proteins, as it does not involve high heat or prolonged exposure to oxygen, which can degrade nutrients. As a result, freeze-dried food maintains its nutritional value, making it an excellent choice for providing your pet with a diet rich in essential nutrients.

What can I add to my cat’s lamb and fish diet to make it more palatable?

To enhance the palatability of your cat's lamb and fish diet, you can consider adding a variety of options. Here are some suggestions:

Bone broth: Adding a small amount of bone broth to your cat's food can enhance its flavor and provide additional nutrients like collagen and minerals.

Tuna or salmon juice: A small amount of tuna or salmon juice can entice your cat with its strong aroma and add a burst of flavor to their meal.

Fish treats or chicken hearts:
Incorporating fish treats or small pieces of chicken hearts can be excellent options to further enhance the taste of your cat's meal. Simply break the treats into small pieces and sprinkle them over the food to introduce new flavors and textures.

These additions not only improve the taste but also offer nutritional benefits. Remember to introduce any new additions gradually and monitor your cat's response to ensure they enjoy the changes to their diet.

How often should I feed my cat lamb and fish?

The frequency of feeding your cat lamb and fish depends on various factors such as their age, weight, activity level, and individual dietary needs. Check out our daily feeding guide for more detail.


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