Did You Know That Natural Cat Food Can Extend Your Cats Life?

August 1, 2015

in Cats

The first reason you should use natural cat food is because the food you buy at the store is generally lacking nutrition wise. When your cat gets the nutrition his body needs his life span doubles.

Most likely, your cat is begging for nutritionally sound food even though he eats food on a daily basis. When your cat gets the nutrition he needs he is able to live a long healthy life.

When your cat gets the proper nutrition he will not only life for much longer but his general quality of life goes up dramatically. Cat’s get many illnesses that are preventable and people spend thousands every year on vet bills. Cats with the proper diets gennerally get sick way less then other cats.

Giving your feline natural cat food will allow him to have a strong thriving immune system so he will be stronger and healthier then other cats.

Another thing along the lines of saving money while giving your cat the proper nutrition is that when a cat get the proper nutrition he will stop eating sooner. Cats do not comfort eat like humans. After your cat is used to receiving the proper nutrition you will only need to feed him once a day.

The third reason to use natural cat food is because you know what is in it. When you make your cat natural food you know what your cat is getting. One thing to know is that cats need a lot of taurine. Without taurine cats systems can not function properly. Raw meat is a good source of taurine.

Some of the commercial pet food companies get their meat from dead, dying, or diseased animals. Examples are road kill, dogs and cats that are put down at the pound (the poison does not cook out so it is present in your cat’s food), and diseased cows. So not only does your cat get no nutrition from most commercial food but it also causes them harm. Take note that while some do use these for meat sources, not all do.

The safest way to feed your cat is to use natural cat food.

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Nayna April 17, 2010 at 1:26 am

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