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Transitioning a Finicky Eater to a Healthier Diet

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There aren’t many things that are more frustrating than a cat who is finicky about her food. The problem is compounded when you’ve educated yourself about what constitutes a healthy diet for cats, but your fussy kitty will only eat dry food or highly processed wet food. What’s a cat parent to do?Continue Reading

Review: Smalls Gently Cooked Food for Cats

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Cats are obligate carnivores, which means they need meat in their diet to thrive. Their systems aren’t designed to digest carbohydrates. A raw diet is one of the best ways to fulfill cats’ nutritional requirements, but raw food, even a commercially prepared raw diet, may exceed the comfort level for some cat parents. I don’t think it’s necessary to take an “all or nothing” stand when it comes to feline nutrition, but I do believe that it is important to feed our cats a diet that is as minimally processed as possible.Continue Reading

Review: Dinner PAWsible by Cathy Alinovi, DVM and Susan Thixton

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There is no doubt in my mind that processed food is just as bad for our cats as it is for us. Processed foods cause and aggravate inflammation throughout the body. Inflammation is the body’s natural response to healing by bringing an increased immune response to the site of an injury or infection, but when inflammation becomes chronic, it damages the body and causes illness.Continue Reading