Can My Cat&’;s Diet Prevent Hairballs?

Most cats spend a considerable amount of time grooming their coat. As they do so, the hair is swallowed and may build up over time in their stomach. If the hairball doesn't pass from the stomach, the cat will attempt to eliminate it by coughing or ga…

Chicken: The Complete Protein Source for Cats

As an animal-based protein, chicken in a cat's diet can help maintain muscle structure. It's a protein source that naturally provides each of the amino acids that are essential to carnivorous animals like cats and their big cat cousins that prowl the…

Does Your Cat&’;s Diet Need Supplements?

The best way to provide pets with vitamins, minerals, and other nutritional components is to feed a high-quality, complete, and balanced diet. Supplementing pet food often upsets the balance and may lead to a variety of health problems. Like their fe…

Enhance Your Senior Cat&’;s Quality of Life

How does the aging process affect your cat? Age-related changes include a gradual decline in organ functionality and a natural slowing of the cat's resting metabolic rate (RMR), resulting in a decrease in lean body tissue (muscle) and an increase in …

Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD)

Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease (FLUTD) is a term that veterinarians use to describe a set of problems affecting the lower urinary tract in cats. It was formerly known as FUS (Feline Urologic Syndrome). FLUTD is well known to veterinarians, with a…

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