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Let Your Cat Eat Mice! Our Cultured Mouse Cat Treat

We get why alternatives to traditional meat might be on your mind — COVID-19 is the result of humans raising animals for slaughter. Ditto SARS, MERS, Avian Flu, Swine Flu and many more. In short, large-scale confinement of animals poses a public health threat by increasing the potential of emerging zoonotic diseases. Now, more than any other time in history, cultured meat has a clear path forward as it has none of those problems caused by the raising and production of traditional meat.And our progress is encouraging. Early last year, we successfully made a prototype of the world’s first cultured meat pet treat using cultured mouse tissue — the ancestral diet of the cat. Our feline tester, Frankie, loved it!

Source: (1) Let Your Cat Eat Mice! Our Cultured Mouse Cat Treat

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The Future of Food: Will you eat lab-grown meat? Your pet will.

This limitation in the texture of lab-grown meat could inhibit its commercial viability, since many people will want more variety. But commercial pet food is a different story — it’s ground up or dried to begin with. And so the first lab-grown meat people buy might end up being for their pets, not themselves.

Source: The Future of Food: Will you eat lab-grown meat? Your pet will. | The Future of Food

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Cultured Pet Food – Everything You Need to Know

Lab-grown meat has the same protein that a dog or cat in the wild would be eating. There are no harmful steroids or any dangerous ingredients. Plus, it is better for the environment and reduces our reliance on factory farms. And, for those that live a vegan or vegetarian lifestyle, it allows your pet to eat a diet that you can feel comfortable with.

Source: Cultured Pet Food – Everything You Need to Know – Other People’s Pets