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Feeding Cats

Feeding Cats Feeding cats looks straightforward. There are countless choices in supermarkets, vet clinics, and pet stores. To bring out the best in the cat, it is important to make a careful choice. Many foods are formulated for the life stage of the cat, whether sterilised, lifestyle and any health issues, such as obesity or […]

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Benefits of olive oil for cats

Olive oil is a popular ingredient in many healthy human diets due to its numerous health benefits. Olive oil can also provide various benefits for cats when used in moderation. It is a rich natural source of monounsaturated fats, antioxidants, vitamin E and has anti-inflammatory properties. In this article, we will explore the benefits of olive oil for cats’ joint health, arthritis, digestion, coat and skin.

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Vegetables for Cats

Canned cat food is a great way to get your feline friend the nutrition they need, but it can also be a way to get them to eat their vegetables. Many brands of canned cat food contain healthy servings of vegetables and are a great way to make sure your cat gets the nutrients they need.

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Pumpkin for Cats

Adding pumpkin to the cat’s diet provides them with many important vitamins and minerals. There are many reasons to feed your cat pumpkin, but the best one is they will love it! Pumpkin is full of nutrients and also provides vitamins A, E and C which support your cats immune system, plus zinc for a healthy coat and skin.

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Arthritis in cats

Arthritis is a common ailment in cats, and it can be quite debilitating for them. Fortunately, there are effective treatments available and we can help cats manage the symptoms of arthritis, with a combination of medication and non-medical therapies. Keep reading for best tips on proper care and treatment to help your feline friend live a healthy and comfortable life with arthritis.

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Cats Natural Diet

Cats are obligate carnivores, which means that their bodies are designed to digest and use only animal-based proteins. In the wild, cats typically eat small prey – rodents, birds, and reptiles – that are high in moisture. As a result, their diet is relatively low in carbohydrates and fat. When cats are fed dry kibble, they consume more carbohydrates and fat than they would in the wild. While some carbs and fat are essential for cats, too much can lead to obesity and a host of other health problems. Canned food more closely resembles the natural diet and is high in moisture, which helps keep cats hydrated and prevents urinary tract infections. For all these reasons, cats have a better chance at optimal health when they’re fed canned food instead of dry kibble.

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Feral Cat Colony

Have you ever seen a feral cat colony? It’s really amazing to see! A feral cat colony is a bunch of cats that have descended from domesticated cats and have reverted back to a wild state. These colonies can be found all over the place, and they are usually filled with friendly cats that are just looking for a little love. Check out this story about one of our favorite feral colonies here in town!

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