Category: Cat Food FAQ

  • Is It Safe To Mix Wet Cat Food Brands?

    When it comes to our fur babies, we all want what’s best for them and there is no more important aspect than a nutritious, balanced diet. Cats are carnivores and their diets should consist of high protein and low carbohydrates to emulate the way they eat in the wild. Therefore, wet food is an excellent…

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  • Is Cat Food Raw Or Cooked?

    Because we are the primary caregivers of our cats, it only makes sense that we occasionally wonder what goes on in our children’s food. Likewise, we often are concerned about how our cat’s diet is prepared and if it is the best possible choice.  With wet or moist cat food, the raw ingredients are filled…

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  • Dry Kibble in av bowl with the text"Ever Wonder Why Dry Cat Food Is So Hard?"

    Ever Wonder Why Dry Cat Food Is So Hard?

    Have you ever seen your cat chew on their dry kibble cubes, and it sounds like they are chewing on concrete blocks? Trust me, you are not the only cat owner that has looked at their cat and wondered what these shapes are made of to make them seem like rocks! Commercial dry cat food…

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  • Indoor Cat Food vs. Regular Do You Know the Difference

    Indoor Cat Food vs. Regular Do You Know the Difference

    Knowing the best diet for your cat is an essential part of pet care. While every cat is different and has different needs, their lifestyle should be one of the primary influences on their diet. Indoor cats have a much more sedentary lifestyle—meaning that their diet shouldn’t be the same as an average outdoor cat.…

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  • cat and a speech bubble saying "Cat Food Vs. Kitten Food: Two Differences That Matter"

    Cat Food Vs. Kitten Food: Two Differences That Matter

    As a first-time cat owner, you may be looking at the cat food aisle and thinking, “are there any differences between adult cat food and kitten food? Or does it not matter the type of food that you give your cat?” well as it turns out, there are differences between the two. The two main…

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