Cat Food: There are many choices
When I started researching cat food articles, I had many authentic documentation and some with personal opinions. Personally, I wanted to know what would be best for feeding our mature cat. Since birth, it has a dry grocery store, where expensive meals and occasionally some meat – table scraps – from cooked chicken, beef, tuna, salmon or pork. This is not necessarily the most appropriate choice.
The cat Simba is strictly an indoor cat. She has always had her health, her beautiful, bright, smooth, orange coat. He started vomiting a bit, which appears to be unprocessed dry food or trees, and sometimes hair balls. I'll leave another article out of the hairs. In this article I look at cat food options. I decided to find out what kind of cat food should be given to her, or if a change of diet is needed.
In my opinion, the & # 39; which makes the customer decide what kind of cat food to buy, even if our cat is very valuable to us. I'm sure we want the best food we can afford to give our favorite and what's best for her. In evaluating the problem, I think that "costs" can be evaluated in two ways.
First of all, we get the best from the store. Most of our decisions are likely to be based on an advertisement that has been heard or seen through the media, sometimes through a friend. Often we are in the store, cat food is listed, the assortment is for sale, says it is natural & or some other persuasive word on the label and put it in the basket with little care to read the list of ingredients. At home, our cat likes to feed the selected foods, we think we have made a good choice.
Secondly, we can do a lot of research, decide whether to move to a pet store, or make online purchases for a high-quality, high-protein cat food and be aware of what we've read that this is a good choice and & where & # 39; not really the decisive factor. The cat's health has become the most important issue.
Some cat owners are likely to have a bit on both sides when selecting cat food; I know what I am. Costs are important, but our cat's health quality is also very important. We enjoy spoiling cats, and our cats like pampering, so we sometimes supplement cat food with cat cats. It is not a good idea to take our cats out of the trip. You may want more because you are not nutritionally satisfied with the cat food you give him. How can we make the right decision?
Like ourselves, we feel better when it is better to eat, and our cats too. Let me briefly share some of the information I found with articles I've been researching.
first Whole meat such as chicken, beef, lamb, salmon etc., Unlike cat food with "eating," by-products and animals digested, and added sugars. Analysis: The whole meat is the best you can. If you really want to know what's in the cheap pet food and your stomach can stand the information, take the time to read it online. Many pet food products should not be swallowed and be placed in pet food for large pet food businesses.
2nd Grain-based vs. grain free cat food: Analysis: Cats do not need grain. Most grain is used as a filling in canned cat food and as a binder in dry cat food. Some manufacturers believe that the grains are added to the protein, but yes, but the cats need protein protein, not cereal proteins. Some cats may also have an allergy to wheat or corn when added to the food.
3rd Cat Food with Vegetables and Fruits: Analysis: You often notice that vegetables such as peas or corn pass through the cat's digestive tract without being processed into the intestines. Cats work on meat proteins but no vegetables or fruit.
4th Dry cat food vs. canned / wet cat food: Analysis: Dry cat food is not natural. Fillers, such as carbohydrates of particles, are held together. The label may indicate that it has high protein content, but most protein is grain or milk protein, not meat protein. However, you do not feel that canned fruit is the only answer because it may contain fillers, including grain, food, by-products, milk, etc. Many articles suggest that a combination of dry and canned food may be best for the cat.
5th Raw Meat and High Protein Cat Food: Analysis: I never felt that this problem was completely resolved. It has a lot to do with the individual cats and their owners. Cans are more comfortable and longer than shelf life and should be kept cool in open condition. Raw foods require more preparation and have shorter cooling times. Discussions on this subject can be found on many cat forums.
6th Food store cat food or pet store or online good quality cat food: Analysis: I think we can all conclude that high protein from meat is the best choice and the product is likely to buy a pet shop (which also carries grocery brands) or online.
To sum up, here are some final thoughts.
* Even thinking that the cost is higher for better quality cat food, the cat will eat less because it is better protein and nutritionally satisfied. It will not eat much and is less likely to develop liver or other illnesses. You will therefore be provided with cheaper veterinary bills and a happier, healthier cat will be provided.
* Read labels, research (except listening to friends, read or read ads), and become trained consumers. Buy the cat food that you feel is best for your cat.
* Consider your cat's age. The kitten should not eat the same cat food as her mature cat. Brands indicate on the label what food is best for the cat.
* Diet change slowly, probably in a week or so.
* Search the Internet, read books, or talk to a veterinarian to decide which cat food is the best.
All cat food is not the same. Cats taste buds prefer brand or meat than others. Purchasing your favorite cat food gives you the ultimate in peace by giving you the best cat food you can afford and become more and more satisfied with your new diet.
Disclaimer: I am not a veterinarian and I do not have any formal training in any medical field. This article does not replace the advice of your veterinarian. I only offer the options and ideas that you should discuss with your veterinarian