Articles concerned with your cat's nutrition
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- * Biotin
Biotin is a supplement noted for making the coat thicker and plusher, longer and silkier.
- Cat Food 800 Numbers
Regardless of which commercial cat food you choose, keep this handy list of free 800 numbers and links to websites in case you ever need to contact the manufacturer or find current information about their products.
- Cat Food Comparisons
Ingredients of popular brands of dry cat food are presented in a table to help you compare and choose the best food for your cat.
- Cat Food Labels
Knowing what to look for on the label of your cat food will help you choose the right brand for your cat.
- * Cat Too Fat
Did you know that about 25 % of all cats are obese or are likely to become obese by middle age?
- * Cat Treats: Choosing The Best One For Your Feline
Most cat owners enjoy giving their favorite feline an occasional treat, but which treat is right for your cat?
- * Cat Grass
Cat grass is a plant product which is grown for the specific purpose of giving cats a live plant to munch on if they desire.
- * Cats Shouldn't Be Fed Dog Food
The nutitional requirement of cats are quite different from those of their canine counterparts.
- * Changing Foods
If a breeder decides to change their cats diet, care must be taken not to upset the feline digestive system
- * Cool Summer Treats For Your Cat
There is no reason your favorite kitty cannot enjoy a cool treat when the heat of summer is blazing. While ice cream isn't good for a cat, there are simple cold treats you can give your kitty instead.
- * Diet and Coat Color
Can a diet be supplemented to improve coat color? Perhaps...
- * Foods That Are A Feline No-No
Many of the foods in your own kitchen are a danger to your cat, causing everything from a mildly upset tummy to possible fatal conditions.
- * Helping A Cat With A Food Allergy
The only real solution for a cat with a food allergy is to simply avoid the food to which the cat is allergic. The challenge is to discover which food ingredient is creating the problem. The only way to do this is to conduct a food trial.
- * Milk and Your Cat
Did you know it is not actually recommended that you give your cat cow's milk? This article discusses why and offers better options to give your cat...
- * Nutrition For The Pregnant Cat
Providing the best nutrition for your pregnant cat will ensure that her kittens get the best start to life possible.
- * Seven Day Food Changing Plan
To avoid a tummy upset when changing the food you are feeding your cat, it is almost always better to introduce the new food gradually. Here is a simple 7-day plan to effectively switch your cat to a new brand or type of cat food.
- Taste Test
PandEcats recently participated in a small experiment for a local television show - it was a blind taste test of four brands of dry cat food... and here are the (surprising) results!
- * Thiamine Deficiency
Thiamine is a routine ingredient in all cat foods, so thiamine deficiency is rare. When thiamine deficiency is diagnosed it is most typically seen in a cat eating large amounts of raw fish. Learn the signs to look for...
- * Tuna Water
To preserve the length of your cat's chest coat and to prevent staining, we often prefer to have the kitty drink from a water bottle rather than a bowl. Learn a simple trick to get your cat to drink from a water bottle using Tuna!
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