I'm a skeptical person when it comes to certain things and one of those things is "science" about food. I don't believe in GMOs or pesticides being bad, I believe "organic" food is a scam and fad diets are ridiculous. My question is about raw diets for cats though. My cats were eating raw when I adopted them but I switched to kibble and canned because I didn't have the freezer space. Now I'm considering going back to raw or at least cooked meat because my cats' poop smells so much worse and I'm actually spending more on canned food than I did when I bought raw food from the pet deli. Is there actual, scientifically proven evidence that raw (or cooked) is better? I'm having a hard time finding sources that aren't biased. I see a lot of stuff about "vets get paid to endorse kibble!" but again no facts to prove or disprove that.