I have seen several questions and many answers in regards to a raw meat diet - not to mention the multitude of web sites sponsored by pet food companies that perpetuate this erroneous term, usually in order to stress the 'dangers'.
A well balanced raw diet is NOT just meat but a combination of whole prey, muscle meat, organs, meaty joints and various edible bones (usually covered in meat). Some people choose to add some vegetable scraps as well but many don't.
My dogs and cats eat chicken, beef, lamb, pork, goat, kangaroo, turkey, rabbit and fish (fresh or tinned) and the only bones they don't get are the weight bearing bones from the beef or cut ones like soup or chop bones.
They get liver and kidney each week and brains once or twice a month. Other offal is quite hard to get in Australia unless you can get it straight from the source.
As you can see, this is hardly an ALL meat diet. What do your pets eat?