Hi, everyone! I recently got a 1 year old cat from a shelter (his name is Whiskey) and he has been experiencing some digestive problems so I started looking into raw diets and I've got so much helpful info from this forum but I still have some questions. As much as I would like to feed Whiskey raw prey model or at least order different types of ground food from Hare Today , it's just not possible right now (VERY limited freezer space and we will probably be moving within next 3-6 months) and good quality commercial raw is WAY too expensive to feed alone. I've read that some of you guys are feeding your cats meat bough at the store and that seems doable to me. So my question is, what brands and what kinds of meat/poultry do you buy (in the USA) and from which stores? What specifically do you do with the meat right after you came from the store before making it into cat food? (the last one is probably silly but I don't cook much) Will it be okay to get my cat on this type of monthly meal plan (he already likes raw chicken I've given him as a treat to try)? 70% of the diet: Chicken and/or turkey thighs or breasts (from supermarket) chopped into bite size pieces with scissors mixed with Alnutrin with calcium. Liver added to the diet through freeze dried liver treats like Stewart, for example (I know how to calculate the amount needed). 20% of the diet: Nature's Variety Raw Rabbit Patties/Bites (for variety) 10% of the diet: Nature's Variety LID cans (so there won't be any problems during long distance traveling in the car with my kitty) Thanks!