Several studies between 1928 and 1978 have stated that dogs and cats on free-choice feeding are able to regulate their food intake and won’t exceed their daily energy requirements. Those studies are now a stepping stone for claims that free feeding is the best way to feed a cat. But aren’t they forgetting something?
Who wants their cat live for 20 and more years? Most of us, cat lovers, right? Great news, it’s very common nowadays, and many cats do live that long. How they do it? It’s a combination of several factors related to health, environment and safety; however, one of the most important ingredients is the food your cat eats.
Somehow, the biggest secret of the cat food industry has spread out. Cats should not eat grain! It was kept secret for decades, to sell “complete and balanced” cat food, which contains grain, grain, grain, a small amount of meat, and a ton of flavor enchanters, to make your cat believe it’s edible. Today, instead of trying to deflate the truth, pet food industry have chosen to respond. They now put large “GRAIN FREE” labels on packages, to appeal people who now know. Unfortunately, in most cases, that label is a big, fat lie!
Over several decades, diabetes has become extremely widespread among cats, currently estimating about one out of 100 cats being diagnosed with this disease. In this article we want to take a look at reasons why this may be happening, as this knowledge may force you to think – how to reduce the risk your pet being diagnosed with diabetes as he reaches senior age.
There may be various reasons why a person decides to become vegetarian, but, at one point, or another, many may wonder what about their pets. Should a cat become vegetarian, if his owner has decided to exclude meat from his own diet?
Did you know cats were killed for profit in Ancient Egypt? Or have you heard about the First cat sent in space, who, luckily survived the trip? Form god-like attitude, through mass inquisitions to the most popular pet in the world nowadays, cats have played an important role in the World history. Here is a list of 6 weirdest facts about the domestic cats from the history books.
Over years, cats, and how they view the world revolving around them, has been a subject to numerous of myths, misbeliefs and even intentionally played false acquisitions. Some of those myths are already gone, but some, unfortunately, live up to nowadays. In this article, we have listed most popular myths about cats.
More and more sources recommend avoiding by products in out pet’s food. They say, check if the meat is the first ingredient, and avoid grain and meat by products on the label. But is it true? Let’s talk about what are byproducts, are byproducts bad and should you avoid byproducts in your cat’s food?
There’s a very popular belief that spaying and neutering a cat cause obesity. Unfortunately, it’s frequently used as an argument against altering our pets. But is true? Does spaying or neutering indeed cause obesity?
Have you ever visited a litter of kittens in order to adopt one, but then, without an apparent explanation, your heart tells you to take two. Don’t suppress your feelings. Did you know there are many benefits of getting two kittens from the same litter?