So, you’ve decided to feed your cat raw. Now what? It can be a little difficult, and you’re probably wondering what do I do now. Luckily, this journey isn’t a race. Remember: don’t starve your kitty! If you’re having trouble with raw feeding, take a deep breath, and don’t give up! Here are some tips to keep your cat interested in raws:
Lessons learned from Raw vs. War
The art of war is a classic example of this. Although it has persisted for two millennia, it has been adapted for a wide variety of audiences far beyond its core appeal. Its lessons are useful for both combat sports and everyday life. It has long been known that the loser spends most of his time fighting. Hence, if he is constantly fighting, he will be spending a lot of time on the ground.
RAW Files vs. JPEGs
There are many advantages to shooting in RAW format instead of JPEG. RAW files have a higher dynamic range and contrast than JPEGs. This makes them perfect for posting online or printing immediately. Additionally, they can be edited once they have been exported. The only downside to JPEGs is that they are lossy file formats, meaning each time you resave them, some of the data will be lost.
In addition, RAW files offer more options when it comes to white balance. JPEG files have to be set to auto-white balance, whereas RAW files offer more options for preset white balance. For event photographers, RAW can make or break a shoot, as it allows for easy white balance correction in post-production. However, in this case, you would not be able to recover any detail from the blue channel in a JPEG file.
Another major benefit of shooting in RAW is its high-quality files. RAW files are generally higher-resolution and have a greater dynamic range than JPEGs. However, RAW files do require post-processing with image-editing software. However, it is worth the time to learn how to work with the file types in post-production. Once you know what to look for in each type, you can decide which one works best for your photography style.
Keeping your Cat Interested on Raws
There are several things you can do to make sure your cat stays interested in its raw food. First, you can vary meal times. For example, if you usually feed your cat dry food with a table spoon of wet food, try introducing a little wet food before each meal. Then, a little less dry food the following week. Eventually, you can add more wet food to the dry and vice versa.
Another effective method is to change your cat’s location for eating. Providing a new place to eat can be enough to trigger your cat to try new foods. If your cat feeds in a multi-cat household, it may be helpful to move the food to a different room or level. You can also change the location of the food plate to another room or floor. Changing locations can help trigger your cat to try raws in a new place.
To spice up your cat’s raw food, try giving him a tasty treat or two. Try fish bits, bonito flakes, shrimp, and powdered liver. Adding some parmesan cheese is also helpful. Remember that consistency is key when feeding your cat raw food. When a cat starts to dislike a new food, he may become cautious and avoid it altogether. This can make the transition from dry to raw food much more difficult, but if you can do it right, your cat will be a little more likely to stick with it.