Since 1997, Blakkatz has been a source for information on natural cat care. I have been raising my cats naturally since 1993. This means they've been fed a home-prepared raw meat diet (no commercial food at all), I've given them no vaccinations (except for what is required by law) and use homeopathy rather than conventional medicine to treat any illnesses. I raised four generations of cats in this manner.
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I am no longer breeding American Shorthairs, but still maintain a colony of 10 or more cats and kittens exclusively on a raw diet. I am also training two Border Collies for herding and agility. In fact, the two dogs help me maintain a small flock of sheep and ducks and sometimes cattle and goats which in turn provide meat and eggs to feed the cats (and dogs). The Border Collies are naturally raised as well. There's not much difference between Border Collies and cats is there?
Natural Rearing Notes is a journal of sorts that I've maintained, not always terribly frequently, since 1997. Consider it lessons from an imperfect teacher.