Posts tagged Cat Diet
The Raw Pet Food "Bandwagon" Isn’t Going Anywhere

It’s been awhile since we have talked about food and nutrition, so mom thought it was time for an update. Since the traditional pet food industry is undergoing a huge shift to more “natural foods”, every major brand is introducing a new collection of cat and dog food that is “all natural, limited ingredients, grain free”, plus other “buzz words”, so what is a pet owner to think?

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February is National Spay & Neuter Awareness Month and National Cat Health Month

What is it about February?! Not only is it Pet Dental Month, but it is also National Spay & Neuter Awareness Month AND National Cat Health Month. Such a busy time! Mom says it’s the triumvirate of proactive pet care and overall wellness – first spay and neuter your pets, give them a healthy lifestyle and along the way, take care of their teeth.

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3 Simple Supplements Can Make the Difference in Your Cat’s Life

After being diagnosed with a yeast infection which signaled an allergy all over my body and in my ears, mom went down the “research rabbit hole” of allergies in cats, and in addition to the benefits of the raw meat protein diet (frozen or freeze-dried), she also kept reading about natural supplements…specifically coconut oil, salmon oil and probiotics and their effects on allergies.

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Freeze-Dried Raw Food Is The Easiest Way to Feed Your Cats Raw

Mom says there has been some confusion about how to handle the freeze-dried raw food for cats and dogs. She says freeze-dried (FD) raw food is the easiest way to serve your pet raw food. Freeze-dried versions of the frozen raw food diet are same, exact original ingredients as the frozen version – except it has had all the water extracted out of it. 

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Always Do This When Buying Your Cat Food

Recently, on KittenToob.com mom saw an article written by Nat Berman titled, "The 20 Worst Consumer Rated Cat Foods".Mom was in shock to see the list as it included many of the classic, famous pet food brands that are in all of the grocery stores, large pet shops and big box stores. According to the post, Berman simply read the ingredients on the packaging and rated the nutritional value accordingly.

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3 Nutrients That Processed Pet Food Doesn't Have

Mom was doing her research for this post last week and came across an article from Primal Pet Foods. In the article they broke down the differences between “raw and processed” into the “haves and have-nots”….what raw pet foods have, versus what processed pet foods do not have.Essentially raw food offers 3 important nutritional advantages over processed foods all of which lead to improved health and well-being for your cat or dog.

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