Hello! I am just exploring the idea of trying home cooking for Amber and I'd like a little more info. I'm sort of just starting to experiment a little/just beginning to think about it... Tonight, I boiled a chicken thigh and sliced up the meat, added some of the broth/water it was cooked in and added all Amber's usual supplements. I know this isn't a complete meal for a regular basis, but I wanted to give it a try to see if she'd even eat it first before moving on to buying supplements, liver, etc. (the things I've read about here and elsewhere) I also considered popping the chicken into a food processor and pureeing it. I did this exact thing for my first cat, Sidney (in my avatar) when she had cancer at the end of her life and wouldn't eat anything else. She only lived a mere two weeks after her diagnosis, so it wasn't a long term diet. I wasn't concerned about nutrients, just about her eating something. It all depends if Amber will eat it. I am considering it even as not a regular thing, but a couple of times a week, in which case I'd want it to be a nutritionally balanced meal. I'm wondering if you can recommend me a nutritional supplement to be added to the food? So far, I've found EZ Complete, Alnutrin and Feline instincts. Any pro's or con's to these? Other products to recommend? Do you chop/slice or puree your home cooked food? Anything else you'd like to add?