Quest Frozen Raw Cat Food - Chicken Diet

Steve's Real Food frozen raw cat food in chicken is made with free-range poultry. Chicken is a great source of high-quality protein, and our frozen raw cat food is a rich source of amino acids such as taurine, which is critical for maintaining healthy eyesight, heart function, and a strong immune system in cats. Quest Cat Food is a Prey model diet consisting of 95% chicken meat, bone, organ, and 5% superfoods such as New Zealand Green Lipped Mussel and raw goat milk. Steve’s Real Food chicken raw cat food recipe is formulated to exceed the nutritional levels established by AAFCO Cat Food Nutrient Profiles for All Life Stages.


Chicken, Chicken Liver, Chicken Heart, Chicken Necks, Raw Goat Milk, Flaxseed, Kelp, Salmon Oil, Taurine, Inulin, Organic Coconut Oil, Chia Seeds, Sesame Seeds, Eggshell Membrane

Ingredient Sourcing:

Our chicken comes from a family-owned farm in the northwest. The chickens roam freely. You can find them happily soaking up the sunshine, taking dust baths in the fields, and returning to the spacious indoor area to roost at night. They are vegetarian, fed a biologically appropriate diet, provided fresh water, and provided enrichment activities.  Steve's Real Food is committed to working with family farms that share our belief in sustainable farming free from added hormones, antibiotics, and pesticides. Read more about our ingredients.

Nutritional Facts

  • PREY Model Diet: 95% Meat/Organ/Bone and 5% superfoods
  • Calcium to Phosphorus:1.3:1
  • Omega-6/Omega-3 Fatty Acid Ratio: 8:1
  • Carbohydrates per 100g: 1
  • PH Level:  6.9 S.U.
  • Taurine: 0.25%


  • 1470 per kg (189 kcal/cup)

Guaranteed Analysis:

  • Protein: 14.4% minimum
  • Fat: 5.5% minimum
  • Fiber: 0.06% maximum
  • Moisture: 70.9% maximum

Vitamins: (as fed)

Minerals: (dry matter)


Feeding frozen raw cat food to your feline friend can be a great way to provide a nutritious and natural diet. Here are step-by-step instructions on how to defrost and feed frozen raw cat food safely:

  1. Select the Portion Size: Determine the appropriate portion size for your cat's meal. Check our feeding calculator here, or consult your veterinarian for recommendations based on your cat's size, age, and activity level.
  2. Prepare the Container: Obtain an air-tight container or resealable bag appropriate for your selected portion size. Make sure the container is clean and has been washed thoroughly.
  3. Transfer the Food: Place the frozen raw cat food into the container. Be sure to seal the container tightly to prevent any leakage. Only prepare enough food for up to 3 days.
  4. Defrost in the Refrigerator: Put the sealed container of frozen cat food into the refrigerator. Allow the food to defrost slowly in the refrigerator overnight or for approximately 12-24 hours.
  5. Prepare the Meal: Once the frozen cat food is fully thawed, open the container and use a clean utensil to transfer the appropriate portion size to your cat's food dish. If you're feeding multiple portions, you can reseal the container and return it to the refrigerator for later use. Store defrosted food in the fridge for up to 4 days.
  6. Serve to Your Cat: Place the cat food dish in a clean and safe area where your cat is comfortable eating. Allow your cat to enjoy the meal at their own pace.
  7. Store Leftovers: If your cat doesn't finish the meal within 30 mins, you can cover the dish and store it in the refrigerator for a short period (usually up to 24 hours). Discard any uneaten food after this time to ensure freshness.

By following these instructions, you can safely and effectively defrost and feed frozen raw cat food to your furry companion. Always prioritize hygiene and your cat's well-being during the process.

Safe Handling Frozen Raw Cat Food:

Wash your hands, bowls, utensils, and any surfaces that come in contact with the frozen raw cat food.


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