Okay, this is why I’m asking this. I bought a cat about 7 years ago, and he’s looked fine until about 2 weeks ago. We fed him just raw meat (that’s supposed to be consumed by people) and water all hi life. Two days ago, I woke up he he looked like he was gonna die. We got him to the vet, his temp. was 92 degrees, and after we told the vet about his diet, the vet said there was a less than 5% chance that we could save him, and that he had renal failure from the lack of calcium, and we euthanized the cat. Okay, so obviously we were really stupid not to know that meat doesn’t have calcium. This isn’t why I’m asking the question. It’s because tomorrow we’re getting two new kittens, but want to keep them on a raw diet without neglecting their calcium (or other nutrients) intake. Do you have cats that you feed a raw diet and how would you prperly feed a cat a raw diet?? Thanks so much everyone.