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Created on: 11/12/2013 5:06 AM
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That's a brilliant answer to an innreestitg question
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Created on: 11/13/2013 9:20 AM
Stick with the wet f
Stick with the wet food if you can. The dry can cause Urinary infections and<a href="http://hewtlkxn.com"> cltysars</a> in the urine. (it sucks the moisture from your cats body, which is also why most cats on dry food drink lots of water) Also can cause other health issues and (hairballs) but I won't go into that whole long schpeel. (I have experience working as a vet assistant and working for a pet nutrition store)Most dry food is cooked and processed so many times that most of your proteins and extra vitamins and minerals are cooked down (leaving very little  nutrition )Also, if you look at most dry foods, the first few ingredients are normally corn, rice or some other ingredient that isn't MEAT. Your cat is a carnivore, it needs meat.STAY AWAY FROM SCIENCE DIET!! ITS ALL CORN NO MEAT! (look on the label if you don't believe me {starch was the first ingredient on some of the ones I looked at}) (Vets only recommend this stuff because their  nutrition  class in vet school is (Optional) and only an 8 hr course. And guess who teaches the class????? The Hills company that owns Science Diet .go figure right? Also VARIETY VARIETY VARIETY! That is key to keeping your cat allergy free, try to mix up your protein source as often as possible (even switching brands all together every now and then is a good thing). (Good for wet and dry foods)The more of one protein you push on the animal, the more likely it can develop an allergy to that protein.If you decide against the  all wet  diet, then look for a dry food that has the first ingredient as a MEAT (NOT A BY PRODUCT OR A MEAL) They always try to throw you off with (Beef Meal) Its not the same! Example of what you want; (Beef, chicken, tuna, salmon) (Don't feed too much fish though because of all the mercury. Limit to like 1-2 cans of fish a week at most)NOT; (Beef meal, Beef by-product or beef by-product meal)A  Meal  is just the protein (ex. chicken) that is cooked down so many times that it turns into a liquid, then it is added to the dry and cooked again and again and again, then added in vitamins at the last stage. So how good can that be?And a  By product  or  by-product meal  Don't even get me started. (by-products are parts of the animal {yes clean} but not what you (yourself) would want to eat) (Feathers bones and other gross stuff) why feed that to a cat? Or dog for that matter?This  Meal, By-product and by-product meal  is  Alright  as a second or third ingredient in the food, because the cats do get SOME by-products in the wild. As long as it's not the first ingredient and the first ingredient is a GOOD source of protein, you'll be good to go.If you are concerned about budget, when I was on a tight budget, my cat lived on canned Friskies. (They come in large cans too) and depending on where you live, they offer that at .99 cent stores (bought for .89 cents a can but you're limited flavors) and they are very affordable at Wal-Mart and petco.If you go with the dry food, avoid  free feeding (They aren't goats or cattle), this causes obesity and other health issues. Your cat should eat when you put the food down and whatever isn't gone within 30mins, is food for the next feeding. The better the food, the longer happier and healthier life your kitty will have.As far as litter goes. I get the clumping multiple cat with the fresh scent. (Scoop away or tidy cats) There is also a cheaper good litter by  Priority  I don't know if it's available everywhere, but its very cheap, clumps great, but has a tendency to be a little dusty, so wait a bit after you first dump the litter in the cat box (if its enclosed).Hope this info helps you!
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Created on: 11/14/2013 8:54 PM
I just pay the vet a
I just pay the vet as I go along.With my last dog, I would have spent thousands more on prmimues than the insurance company would have paid out in claims,  so it wouldn't have been worth it.  Was this answer helpful? http://lqgrsnstzhq.com [url=http://dajjbxxxhxm.com]dajjbxxxhxm[/url] [link=http://tphgbmxbyp.com]tphgbmxbyp[/link]
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Created on: 11/16/2013 1:09 PM
About cat litter, if
About cat litter, if it's not a <a href="http://rmipka.com">kiettn</a> anymore get the clumping kind, best without any fragrance, cats have sensitive smell and could refuse to go to the box if they don't like it.As for the food, I wouldn‘t really recommend feeding any dry food. Cats are designed to get their water from food. That's the way nature designed them, they have low thirst drive. When fed dry, they won't drink enough to compensate for the lack of moisture. They will only consume about 50% of the water they should be having. This can lead to kidney disease, UTI, crystals, blockage, renal failure and more.Free feeding also contributes to obesity. And the fact that dry food is over-processed means, that most of it’s little nutrition has been already destroyed, leaving almost no nutrients for your cat. It needs to eat more to meet it’s needs, and in the process consumes more calories from the fillers.Btw wetting the dry food will not help. There’s bacteria on the kibble and the water would just allow it to grow.The only way to give the cat it's natural hydration is to feed it wet food only.But some wet foods are not of a very high quality, either. That goes for most commercial foods. Just like the dry, they are often made with cheap fillers such as corn, wheat, soy, rice etc. These are not a part of cat's natural diet (it’s an obligate carnivore – it eats meat) and they are not designed to digest it. Grain is carbohydrate which the cats can't process and it turns into blood sugar and fat, causing diabetes and obesity. In the wild, where cats only hunt for meat, diabetes and obesity are unheard of. It's us who cause these by feeding a species inappropriate food.We usually read labels on our food, but rarely on the food for our cats. Learn to read the label and understand the ingredients. The healthiest food to feed apart from raw feeding is grain-free wet food with no by-product. Some good brands are Wellness CORE, EVO, Merrick, Nature's Variety, Blue Buffalo Wilderness and more. Good Budget food would be Petsmart's Authority. These will give your cat the proper hydration and nutrition it's designed to get and it will be strong and healthy.If you switch it's diet, do it gradually, by mixing the current food with the new one over couple of weeks until there's only the new. This will prevent diarrhea and upset stomach.You will probably get a lot of different answers, so google feline nutrition or look at the links below, and do the research for yourself. I personally wasn't able to find one reliable source (besides the pet food industry) that would say grain is beneficial for cats or that dry is beneficial for them.More on cat nutrition below, Good luck!
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Created on: 2/11/2014 3:25 AM
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Created on: 8/6/2014 5:39 PM
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Created on: 9/22/2015 2:08 PM
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do you have the brand Natures Variety?
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Created on: 11/27/2015 2:02 AM
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Purina kitten chow (dry) is the best, even my vet rmedemcnos it. for kittens that are just learning to eat cat food, you soak it in warm (not hot) water first until soft. there used to be Purina milk formula kitten chow, if you can find that go with that gradually mix a few hard kibbles in the softened food as their teeth get stronger, until they are mostly eating hard food a diet completely made up of can food is not good for any meat eating animals teeth. the crunchy food helps to keep the teeth clean and strong. also in all this pet food scare Purina has never been implicated that i know of .yet.oh yeah there is a multi-vitamin, multi-mineral spray you can get at wal-mart a good addition to any kitty diet we had captured a litter of feral kittens (when i found them, the mother had them eating a ground squirrel) and we thought that kitten formula and mostly ground beef (raw) would be the preferred diet as they were eating raw meat already then 2 of them developed a weakness in the back legs that we couldn't understand. we thought they were dying. we live over 100 miles round trip from the nearest vet, so we have to figure things out ourself alot of times. and a friend suggested vitamins and minerals we tried it and wow! in less than a week they were back to normal .so it never hurts to add a little to their diet, and it is a taste most of my cats beg me for. good luck with your kittens.
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Created on: 11/28/2015 7:37 AM
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Created on: 11/28/2015 2:04 PM
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Created on: 12/1/2015 7:45 AM
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Created on: 12/1/2015 2:54 PM
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