Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Factors To Consider Before Selecting A Cat Food

  • Make sure you choose a food that's nutritionally geared to your cat's age (kitten, adult, or senior). 
  • Cats who are overweight or underweight need different nutrition than those who are not. Choose a food that fits your cat's needs, whether it's weight control, maintenance, or another formula. 
  • If your cat has medical conditions such as diabetes, allergies, cancer, or digestive difficulties, you'll need to choose a food that is appropriate for that condition
  • Simply put, feed your cat the best food you can afford. Generally, the more you spend, the better-quality, healthier food you'll feed your pet. 
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