Frozen Raw Cat Food


Steve’s Real Food frozen raw cat food chicken recipe 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 recipe consisting of 95% chicken meat, bone, and 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.

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100% Whole Food Ingredients with a Purpose


Steve’s Real Food believes every ingredient in your pet’s food should serve a purpose to promote optimal health. We craft our carefully curated raw pet food recipes using high-quality, whole-food ingredients to give your furry friend the essential nutrients they need for a vibrant and healthy life. 


Chicken Heart,
Chicken Liver,
Chicken Neck,
Salmon Oil,
Raw Goat’s Milk,
Organic Coconut Oil,
Sesame Seeds,
Chia Seeds,
New Zealand Green Lipped Mussel,
Ground Eggshells


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 eat a natural, free-range diet and are offered vegetarian feed. 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. Learn more about our ingredients.
Quest Cat Food bag with meat and vegetables

How to Feed Our Frozen Raw Food for Dogs and Cats

If you are transitioning to raw, we suggest transitioning over a 1-2 week period. Check out our transitioning guide here for more information and tips for switching over your pets.
Start with a clean, airtight container and portion your pet’s daily feeding amount into it. If you are transitioning to raw, we suggest doing it over 1-2 weeks. Check out our transitioning guide here for more information and tips for switching your pets to a raw diet.
Place the airtight container of raw food in the fridge overnight to thaw. *If you forget to thaw the food, you can add some warm water to the food or place the food in a bag submerged in warm water for a quick thaw.
Remove the thawed food from the fridge and serve it to your pet on a clean dish. Thoroughly wash your hands and sanitize all areas that come into contact with the raw food to promote a safe feeding environment.

How Much to Feed

Each four-legged friend will metabolize food differently based on their activity level, breed, age, etc. Use our feeding calculator as a starting point for your pet, and adjust the feeding amount as necessary to help your pet achieve an ideal body weight. Keep food frozen until ready to thaw and serve. When thawing, place the food in an air-tight container, and leave it in the refrigerator for 24 hours or until soft. Thawed food is good in the fridge for up to four days.

Safe Handling Raw Pet Food

Treat raw pet food with the same care as handling raw meat for your consumption. Always wash your hands, pet bowls, and any surfaces that come into contact with the raw food.

Frozen Quest Chicken PMR Pet Food FAQ




Additional information

Diet Type

Frozen Raw Cat Food, PMR Diet






High-Omega's, Low-Ash, Low-Iodine, Low-Phosphorous, Low-Sodium


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Cat next to Quest Cat Food

Consider our Chicken Quest recipe for the following reasons:

  • Supports Joint Health: Our cat food recipe with chicken is high in manganese and magnesium, which are crucial for ligament health.
  • Great Energy Source: Chicken has a mid-range fat and protein profile, making it a good option for active cats.
  • Complete Amino Acid Profile: Chicken contains all nine amino acids cats need to get from food, making it a complete protein.
  • Variety in Diet: Feeding your pet a variety of protein sources, including chicken, can help prevent food intolerances or sensitivities from developing due to repeated exposure to a single protein.

Smaller Convenient Cat-sized Nuggets

The small nuggets are easy to scoop and thaw quickly.
Quest cat food being placed on a plate