Are you confused about what to feed your furry babies? Are you worried that they’re not getting the nutrition they need if you only give them purely dry or wet cat food? Then, you might as well check out our Mauri cat food review to help you decide on what’s the best option for your
Does your cat adore wet food but won’t eat it anymore all of a sudden? So, what to do if your cat won’t eat wet food anymore? You can try giving her another brand or switch to another diet gradually. You could also introduce her to various textures like stews, pates, and shredded wet food.
One of the most important decisions you will make in the lifetime of your kitten is to decide on its nutritional needs. This may not always be a simple choice since there are so many options available to the discerning pet parent today. In this article we are not only going to cover how much wet food to feed a kitten per day, but we will also discuss the difference in wet food quality and what you should look for when choosing a brand.
While pet cats can sometimes be picky eaters, one reason your pet may not be normally eating is because of an upset or sensitive stomach. Just like other animals, cats experience certain gastrointestinal and digestive issues. When this happens, your vet will often recommend the prescription diet i/d cat food. What is the prescription diet
Years ago I had a cat that would go bananas over popcorn. She would cry and mew until I gave in and tossed her a few kernels of the crunchy stuff. But was I doing her a favor, or worse yet, actually causing her harm? Read on for some facts about feeding popcorn to our
Bread may be a big or small part of your daily diet (depending on how many carbs you are consuming). It comes in a variety of flavors and consistencies and can be baked fresh or bought pre-packaged. But is this tasty staple good for our pets? Bread is made up of flour in one form
A Betta fish in a fish bowl displayed in a room is an interesting sight for your cat. A devious-minded cat naturally enjoys pawing inside a fish bowl in an attempt to score a quick fish dinner. The fish swimming in circles and their glimmering bodies can make a betta fish irresistible for your cat.
We tend to spoil or overfeed our pet cats and give them treats anytime. However, sometimes your pet doesn’t put on weight at all. Worse, if she starts to lose wight and you can feel her bones. Not sure if your cat is too skinny? Check out these tips to estimate you cats weight situation:
It can be difficult to determine what a “normal” weight for a cat should be due to varying breed specifications; however, if you can see your cat’s ribs or hip bones he is probably too thin. There are many reasons which could be causing your feline to be underweight. Read on to discover some of
There’s nothing quite like a pizza dripping with hot cheese and meaty toppings. But despite those YouTube videos that have been getting the “clicks,” is allowing our feline friends to indulge in the “za” a good thing? Can cats eat pizza? Read on… Cats and Pizza As a general rule-of-paw, pizza is one of those
When we think of foods that our cats may enjoy, peanuts probably aren’t the first thing to pop into our mind. But what happens if a peanut is dropped on the floor and gobbled up by a curious pet? Although the peanut is not toxic to the feline species, there are some things to consider
It may be difficult to tell on a day-to-day basis if your cat is drinking enough water until dehydration sets in. If your cat is not drinking water it is most likely being caused by a serious underlying health issue and should be seen by a veterinarian immediately. In this post we are going to
Is your cat too thin? Does she need to put a little “plump on her rump?” Then read on to find some simple solutions to Kitty’s supermodel-slender situation and how to help your cat gain weight. Before we go through the different options, the first thing to try in most cases is protein-rich wet cat
Unlike humans and dogs, cats are purely carnivores. This means they cannot survive on a diet that isn’t protein-loaded. In the wild, cats will hunt, kill and eat their prey which gives them all the nutrients they will ever need. However, once domesticated, we don’t necessarily want our feline friends hunting for their dinner. This is where a good commercial brand of food enters into play.
According to veterinary science, when your cat is iron deficient it will affect the production of red blood cells. Red blood cells naturally occur through the marrow of the bones. Without the sufficient amount of iron, these red blood cells will be too small and will lack the oxygen-carrying properties to be productive.
We love to share our food with or cats…or sometimes they just nab it off our plates when we’re not looking. However it works in your home, there are many people foods that are healthy for our feline friends and make a nice alternative to those prepackaged treats and dinners. But in the same line of thought, there are also toxic foods that can cause immediate or long term illnesses in our pets.
Potassium is a natural mineral that is crucial for both the health and well-being of our cats. It can be found in many foods and is usually added into a well-balanced kibble made specifically for felines. But how do we know if our pets are getting enough potassium and if not how do we supplement them with this vital ingredient?