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Cat Body Warning Signs

All cat owners should know what to look out for to see if their cat is in good health or not. Here is a general guideline you can follow to keep tabs on the wellbeing of your cat. Appetite Does she have a favorite food? …

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Cat Food for Diabetic Cats

When you have a cat that is diabetic, choosing the right type of cat food is vital in ensuring the well being of the cat. Therefore, the selection of the cat food for diabetic cats have to take into consideration the natural diet of the …

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What You Need to Know About Your Cat’s Teeth

Cats are prone to plaque and tartar formation on their teeth, just like people. They don’t indulge in recreational chewing the way dogs do, but may still suffer from broken teeth especially when the diseased tooth is weakened by resorbtive lesions, a type of feline …

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Old Cats and Weight Loss

Cats are true carnivores and use protein as a source for energy, if they don’t eat enough, they’ll lose weight as they age. Cats may gain weight up to age ten, but then lose as they have less ability to digest protein and fat. In …

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Old Cat and Aging Ears

The normal feline ear can hear up to three times the range of sounds as that of people. But with age, the delicate structures within the ear begin to lose sensitivity to vibrations. This decline can be accelerated by damage from very loud noises. Chronic …

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The Nutrients a Cat Needs

In nature, cats make their own choices when it comes to meeting their nutritional needs, but we must make those choices for our domesticated cats. Cats are carnivores; those in the wild eat 90% protein and 10% carbohydrates and greens. A cat’s dietary needs are …

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How Much to Feed Your Cat

The age old question: how much to feed your cat? Although every cat’s needs are different, here are some general guidelines for how much to feed a healthy adult cat. If you have a kitten, a lactating queen, an overweight cat, or an older cat, …

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