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How Often Should You Feed Your Cat?

As your cat goes from kitten to adult to senior, the food intake and nutritional needs will change. As a kitten, your tabby gets all the food he or she needs from the mother. When your cat is about 4...

How to Change Your Cat’s Diet

You must seriously consider how you are going to make the necessary changes to your cat’s diet. Regardless of whether you are supplementing your cat’s commercial food with natural, home-prepared...

Combining commercial with natural Cat foods

The second option for cat parents is to supplement those high-quality, whole-food-based commercial products with homemade meals and treats.  With this option, you can guarantee the safety and quality...

The eating habits of Cats food industry

There are several options for feeding your cat a healthy, natural diet. You can rely on good quality commercial foods, create all the food for yourself, or do a  combination of the two. But...

A Veterinarian’s View on Raw Cat Nutrition

As pet owners become increasingly disenchanted with commercial pet food, they find their only other option is to provide natural foods for their pets. Pet owners are finding support from some, but...

Problems with the Pet Food Industry

Pet food manufacturers are trying to improve the quality of their products, but the fact remains that the vast majority of what is available on market shelves is of poor quality. Even the better...

Dangerous Foods You Should Avoid Giving Your Cat

As you plan your cat’s menu and learn to create meals that are both to his or her liking and health, you will need to keep in mind that there is a long list of foods a cat should never eat. They...

The Best Food for Your Cat

In short, the following table shows the best foods you can feed your cat to meet requirements for protein, fat, and carbohydrates. Many will be found in your local market, but others, particularly...

Feeding your Cat a Natural Diet: Carbohydrates

1-Protein 2-Fat 3-Carbohydrates Carbohydrates supply some vital nutrients and fiber that cats need. However,  cats can have a very difficult time digesting carbohydrate-laden foods. As mentioned in...