- Frozen rats 20/30g – the highest quality food for cats, dogs (whole prey) and exotic animals [packaging]
Frozen Rats 20/30g – High-Quality Food for Cats, Dogs (Whole Prey) and Exotic Animals
Our frozen rats, weighing 20/30g, are a top-quality product, ideal as food for dogs, feed for snakes, and primarily as a whole prey diet for cats. In our whole prey store, every rat for sale meets the highest standards of quality, meeting the dietary requirements of various animal species. We focus particularly on the health and condition of the frozen rats and mice offered in our store, which directly translates to their nutritional value as a whole prey diet and reptilian feed.
Frozen Rodents Shipped in Dry Ice
Each frozen rat leaves our store secured in a dry ice shipment. By shipping whole prey from the Raw PetFood store in dry ice, we ensure that the feed arrives at its destination in perfect condition. Dry ice maintains a low temperature during transport, which is crucial for preserving the freshness and nutritional values of the frozen rats for snakes, dogs, or cats. This shipping method is not only secure and hygienic but also safe for your animals — we avoid the need for any preservatives or chemical additives. By purchasing whole prey from our store, you can be sure that you are getting feed exactly as your pet would catch in nature.
Rats as Frozen Food for Snakes and More
Frozen rats weighing 20/30g are ideal food for fully grown corn snakes, as well as food for Dione's rat snakes (Elaphe dione). They are also the right size for small pythons and work well as feed for boa constrictors and other boa species. The price-quality ratio of our rats also makes them an attractive addition to the diet of the water monitor (Varanus salvator). Once portioned, rats of this weight are used as food for snapping turtles (Chelydra serpentina) and milk snakes (Lampropeltis triangulum).
Excellent as Cat Food
Frozen rats are an excellent choice as feed for cats, or so-called whole prey. By opting for a whole prey diet, we guarantee a complete and balanced food for the cat, as close as possible to its natural diet consisting mainly of rodents (mice and small rats). Over dry and wet food, frozen rats have the advantage of providing cats with the necessary nutrients in a form best suited to their bodies.
Frozen rats are a natural source of high-quality protein, crucial for building and maintaining the animal's muscle mass in cat food. The high level of protein combined with low carbohydrates helps maintain optimal weight, preventing obesity, a common problem in domestic cats fed a diet based on processed cat foods. Rats also contain fatty acids essential for the health of cat's skin and coat, as well as bones, which are a natural source of calcium and other minerals. Moreover, eating so-called whole prey helps maintain oral hygiene in cats.
Whole Prey as an Ideal Food for Allergic Cats
For cats with food allergies or a sensitive digestive system, frozen rats can be an excellent alternative to processed wet or dry foods. Frozen rodents are completely natural and free from additives, preservatives, and artificial colors, which often trigger allergic reactions. Opting for whole prey also provides unmatched certainty that we are delivering meat with a single protein source, which helps in conducting an elimination diet. In a similar way, frozen rats work as whole prey for dogs with food allergies.
Analytical Constituents of Rats
Rats are rich in essential vitamins and microelements. They contain a high level of protein, which is crucial for muscle health and overall condition. The rat liver is a source of vitamins A and D, essential for skin and vision health. The heart and other internal organs provide taurine, which is critical for the heart and eye health of cats. The bones are a source of calcium, supporting the health of teeth and bones. Rats also provide essential fatty acids, strengthening the immune system and improving the condition of the fur.
- Moisture 79.2%
- Crude Ash 2.5%
- Protein 12.0%
- Crude Fat 4.9%
***Deep Frozen Product***