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Carnivores Dry Food
Cats are obligate carnivores. This means they should only eat meat. And it should be raw. Download and read this article carefully: The Carnivore Connection to Nutrition in Cats. Read more… By now we all know that because cats are obligate carnivores, feeding them anything other than raw meat will have negative health effects which cost a lot of money, time and emotions. Kibble should NEVER be fed to a cat and this is why: Read more…
Raw Feeding What My Cats Eat

The point of feeding a raw diet, is to feed your cat the most species-appropriate diet. You are trying to feed it what cats have eaten in nature for thousands of years.

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After a lot of research…I decided to go with a prepared raw diet. I first saw it on this site www.catnutrition.org and then here www.catinfo.org. I then saw it on many other feline nutrition sites. Read more…
Canned Food Commercial Pet Food

There are many options for canned cat food today. Canned food is much better for felines than dry mostly because it has a much higher moisture content. It usually has as much as 80% moisture compared to under 10% in dry food.

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The commercial pet food in North America is regulated by the AAFCO – The Association of American Feed Control Officials. For an in depth description of its history and exact role, read “Deconstructing the Regulatory Facade: Why Confused Consumers Feed Their Pets Ring Ding and Krispy Kremes“.

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Homemade Cat Food Recipes Books on Cats
Since not everyone feels comfortable handling raw meat, and my main purpose is to give pet guardians options, I thought I would post some home made cat food recipes! These are collected from different books I own and the internet.
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