Recent Questions Tagged Cat-Food-Brands

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High protein cat food diets. AAFCO and other sources today recommend that adult cats have a minimum of 26 percent protein in their diet. Kittens (and pregnant and lactating queens) should have a minimum of 30 percent protein in their diets....
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Any cat food can contain meat as the first ingredient and many companies boost protein percentages with peas and corn, but the best high protein cat food is a carnivore’s diet from the first ingredient to the last....
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Yes, high protein cat food is good for cats and is more like the natural diet they’ve evolved to eat. Protein is responsible for building and maintain muscle, helping your cat to stay trim and fit. It also helps cats feel fuller at mealtime, so can help with maintaining a healthy weight....
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Oats have a lot of protein per calorie, and they're easy to make. Many cats like corn, and polenta , a coarsely ground cornmeal, has a good texture for them. You can try brown rice, barley, and wheat berries, but you may need to mash them first....
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The best low carb, high protein cat food options 1. Feline Natural Grain Free New Zealand Chicken and Venison Canned Cat Food 2. Nutro Chunky Loaf Adult Chicken Canned Cat Food 3. NomNomNow Fresh Wet Cat Food 4....
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PBDEs are fire retardant chemicals that have a possible link to hyperthyroidism. Because fish is so palatable to most cats, many cat foods do contain some fish so be careful to read the labels. If you want to feed a fish-based food as a treat, please limit it to once or twice a week....
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Very interesting. I ask the community for a detailed answer.......
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Foods: Feeding less than 1/3 cup of any dry food may prevent your cat from getting enough daily nutrients. o Traditional prescription weight loss diets are low in calories and fat, but they tend to have very high levels of fiber to counteract the lower levels of fat so as to keep your cat satiated....
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Royal Canin Ultra Light Canned Weight Loss Food Royal Canin’s canned ultra-light weight loss cat food formula provides the perfect balance of protein, fat, and fiber to promote healthy weight loss in cats....
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If they weigh 15 pounds, then they should be eating approximately 300 calories per day to maintain their weight. Weight loss. If your cat is overweight, you will want to feed for 2 pounds less, or 40 fewer calories a day, and readjust every time your cat loses a pound, until you hit a healthy weight, and then maintain....
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The foods most commonly associated with food allergies in cats include beef, fish, chicken, and dairy products. Limited research has been performed in this area, and there may be other common allergens that we have not yet identified....
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Cats are meat eaters;man-made cat food is not necessarily what cats have evolved to eat. There are plenty of healthy cat food products, but some contain many grains which are a major cause of alkali urine and, subsequently, kidney stones....
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Cat food is much higher in meat-based protein than dog food. This might be why cat food is so appealing to dogs, since the meat smell and flavor are so strong. However, just because dogs crave it doesn’t mean they should eat it....
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Cats don't eat grains in the wild, nor do they eat gluten, by-products, meal, artificial coloring, flavoring, or preservatives, yet most cat foods contain all of these as their primary ingredients. Ideally a cat diet, whether it is wet or dry food, or the combination of both, should contain 75 percent protein and 25 percent fruits and vegetables....
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There are vegetables that are toxic to cats, such as onions and garlic. Untreated, this can cause internal damage. Other veg, like potatoes and tomatoes, can make a cat unwell if the food is not prepared properly....
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