During the transition and for a short time period afterward, you may notice that your pet may exhibit symptoms which may lead you to believe they are sick. Symptoms may include loose stools, vomiting/diarrhea, or excess shedding. These are all good signs that your pet is detoxing and ridding itself of the harmful toxins of kibble.

Cat Feeding Guide

This chart represents the average cat and how much they should eat in a day/week. Cats should be eating about 2-3% of their total body weight per day. Depending on their age and activity level you can adjust their food consumption.

Note: Kittens should be eating at their expected adult weight 2-4 times a day.

 Cat Size

Daily Serving

Weekly Serving

Small Kitty (Under 12 lbs.)

4 oz

(.25 lb)

28 oz

(1.75 lb)

Big Kitty (Under 25 lbs.)

8 oz

(.5 lb)

56 oz

(3.5 lb)


  • Stop free feeding them and implement set meal times 2-3 times a day.
  • Start with one protein source (chicken is a good option).
  • Try fasting them for half a day before feeding them (never exceed over 24 hours).
  • Option 1: Cold Turkey Switch (Immediately start feeding raw)
  • Option 2: Gradual Switch (Follow the above chart)
    • Additional Toppings (if needed): parmesan cheese, fish flakes, bone broth, canned tuna. Make your best judgment and slowly wean them off.