I have fed my 11 year old cat on pre made raw (Primal Venison) for a couple of years now when she presented with severe food allergies. My cat sitter says that my cat has the softest fur of any cat she cares for, and I agree, not to mention the tiny poops.
So I'm a fan of raw, and when I got Fozzie that's what I planned to do. My breeder was adamant that she'd been feeding hund-n-flocken kibble for 20 years and never had an issue and to be truthful I was tempted by the reasonable cost and ease of the kibble.
But Fozzie just doesn't like it and it's really a chore to keep trying to push him to eat. So it should be easy to feed Primal, but my freezer space in my small downtown apartment is now at a premium with our regular use plus the cat's frozen dinner. We definitely do not have the space to feed regular raw human food for now, but I'm open to it.
So I'm trying to decide whether to change to a more palatable kibble, such as Orijen 6 fish; move to dehydrated raw like Stella and Chewy's, or bite the bullet and go to primal raw patties and use the dehydrated raw for travel.
Open to new ideas and suggestions, too!