Bones for cats

This might surprise you, but cats love to sink their teeth into fresh, meaty bones from time to time. A healthy and natural source of protein and fats, raw bones are great for feline wellness and development. Explore our selection of high-quality bones for cats to chew on and give your fur babies a healthful treat they will thoroughly enjoy.


The benefits of raw meaty bones for cats

For optimal oral hygiene we need to clean our teeth regularly, and your cat is no different. Say goodbye to smelly breath once and for all, because for cats, raw bones are nature’s toothbrush. Gnawing on marrow and cartilage rubs off any accumulated plaque while offering a satisfying taste. Investing in bones for your cats to chew on is the easiest way to protect their dental health.

As an excellent source of calcium, protein, antioxidants and minerals, giving your cat a bone to chew on is a great way to bolster their diet with extra nutrients. Additionally, our raw bones for cats are just that: raw meat and preservative-free. Our bones are frozen for your convenience and for the health of your cats. Freezing the bones means we can prolong the life of the bone and prevent the growth of harmful bacteria, without using any preservatives. Just thaw the raw bone for your cat when you’re ready to use it. We don’t use any starch either, so you can be confident that your cat’s food is free from sugars that could harm their teeth and add a few extra laps of zoomies around the house.


How to introduce raw bones for cats into their diet

Made from 100% raw meat, we know your cat will love our chicken necks and roo tail bones and won’t be able to hold back from devouring them.

You should only serve raw meaty bones to your cat. Even if you have plenty of leftover food, never give your cat cooked bones as they may splinter, causing internal damage and pain. The size of the raw bone for your cat is important, too. Little bones are a choking hazard, so they shouldn’t be small enough for your furry friend to hold with their mouth closed. Similarly, they should not be so large that your cat becomes too excited and chips a tooth.

We know your cat will love to chew on bones, but there can be too much of a good thing. We recommend serving adult cats up to 2 bones a week and kittens only 1, as they may cause constipation when eaten in excess. You might also like to supervise your fur baby — especially kittens — to ensure they are consuming the bones safely.


Enjoy the best raw bones for cats at Paringa Pet Foods

Shop our collection of preservative-free raw meaty bones for cats for optimal feline nutrition and dental health. While you’re looking for responsible treats, take a look at our range of healthy and raw cat food. If you need help choosing the right cat food or have a question about anything else — get in touch anytime, we’re always happy to help.


What types of animal bones are suitable for cats?

The best bones for cats to chew on are chicken necks and roo tail bones.

How can I make sure the raw bones are safe for my cat?

What your cats consume contributes to their health and wellness. To ensure they can safely enjoy raw bones, we recommend the following:

  • Raw bones for cats should never be so small that they can be swallowed whole or so big that they could crack a tooth.
  • Raw meaty bones for cats should always be refrigerated or stored in the freezer.
  • Cats should only ever be given raw bones. Cooked bones may splinter, potentially causing damage and a choking hazard.
  • Limit your cat’s consumption of raw bones. Kittens should only eat them once a week, while adult cats can enjoy them twice a week.
  • To ensure your cats enjoy their treat safely, we recommend supervising your pets as they eat.

Do raw meaty bones for cats clean their teeth?

Yes, they do. Raw bones for cats are essential for protecting their dental health and managing smelly breath. Like the action of your toothbrush, raw bones help clean their teeth and massage their gums. As your cat bites through marrow and cartilage, plaque is removed, preventing the instance of gum disease and tooth loss.