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As in the case of most cats, the best diet for a Siamese cat consists of a mixture of dry food, wet food and fresh food provided through homemade meals. The healthiest fresh food for your Siamese cat are slices of cooked ham and turkey....
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Many proteins like meat, poultry, eggs, and fish are safe for cats as long as they are lean and properly cooked. Fresh fruits like bananas and melon are safe for cats, as are certain vegetables when they are steamed or cooked....
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Stainless steel cat bowls. Stainless steel is the best kind of material for cat bowls, not only as food bowls but water bowls as well. These dishes are the most popular thanks to their numerous of good features....
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If it is possible, give each cat his own food bowl, but it’s not going to be the end of the world if they eat together. However, if you do have one cat who dominates the food bowl, it will be necessary to step in and make sure other cats receive their fair share of food....
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Top Five High Calorie Cat Food Picks 1. Purina ONE Tender Selects Blend Dry Cat Food 2. Blue Buffalo Natural Adult Dry Cat Food 3. Wellness CORE Natural Grain Free Dry Cat Food 4. 9Lives Protein Plus Dry Cat Food 5....
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In a nutshell, constipation is one of the many reactions kitty could have to switching his food. Others include diarrhea, vomiting, a refusal to eat the new delicacy or nothing at all. Changing a cat's chow is a precarious venture due to the feline's finicky nature and somewhat delicate system....
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Wet food contains more water than dry food, so a cat will have to consume a greater volume to obtain the same calories. While a lot of the water will be absorbed and pass as urine, it may also bulk out the faeces - leading to more poop....
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The Purina Pro Plan Lamb and Rice Formula is also one of the best cat foods for sensitive stomach. It offers easily digestible rice as well as oat ingredients. It makes up about 40% of total protein constituents....
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Feed your cat well. Even if the cause of her skin condition is not related to nutrition, your cat may be helped with a high quality cat food formulated especially for skin sensitivity. Look for one containing high quality protein, essential fatty acids and antioxidants - all are important nutrients that can help heal and protect your cat's skin....
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Feeding Your Cat. Kitty's skin can reflect her basic health.......
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The correct diet for cats. Cats have some basic nutritional needs. They need protein, which you can get from meat, fish, or poultry;taurine, which is an essential amino acid;and other vitamins, enzymes, minerals....
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Check the can or consult with your veterinarian for feeding recommendations. In general, you can feed an average-sized adult cat one 3-ounce can per 3 to 3-1/2 pounds of body weight daily. You should adjust this amount depending on whether you also feed your cat dry kibble....
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The foundation of a healthy cat diet is flesh-based protein like meat, fish or poultry. Dry food should be high in animal proteins, and low in plant proteins (which cats are ill-equipped to digest). Carbohydrates should make up no more than ten percent of the mix of cat food ingredients....
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