Home Feeding

Feeding

A wealth of information on feeding cats and kittens. Should you feed canned cat food or kibble, what supplements are good and other nutritional facts.

Cat Nutrition – Feeding and Caring for Cats

Diet is one of the most important issues facing you and your cat. It is essential to remember that cats are carnivores, and their bodies are designed to break down raw meats and all that comes with it. Even...

Ingredients in Cat Food – It Should Contain at Least 30% Protein

In early 2007 several major brands were found to contain tainted ingredients in their cat foods. These food contaminations lead to the illness and death of thousands of dogs and cats, and caused widespread panic and distrust towards the...

Feeding Cats table Scraps – Pros and Cons

Is it a good thing or a bad thing to feed cats table scraps? I guess it depends on who you ask and whether you are considering their health or their behavior. The most basic and complete answer is...

Wet or Dry Cat Food – Which is Best?

Cat food choices abound with fish, chicken, fresh flavors, hard crunch, chewy centers, and of course, wet mushy delectable bites. For a cat, their favorite is going to be anything that actually tastes like fish or chicken. You’re probably...

What to do if Your Cat is Not Eating

Ken Smith had adopted two black and white cats from the same litter when they were just six month old kittens. One of the kittens, Drexal, suffered from a permanent neurological condition that caused her to wobble when she...

Dry Cat Food – Is Kibble Safe for Cats?

Dry cat food is the most popular form of food fed to domestic cats today. Dry cat food is both convenient, clean and easy to feed, as well as inexpensive, and available in a high-volume form. Until recently, dry...

Lyme Disease and Cats – Borrelia burgdorferi

Lyme disease is a bacterial disease that is caused by a cork-screw shaped bacteria called Borrelia burgdorferi. The disease is usually carried by the Ixodes variety of ticks which are usually found in wooded and grassy areas. This disease can affect humans, cats, dogs, and other animals. How Do Cats...

Understanding Cat Reproduction

A cat reaches reproductive maturity between five and nine months of age, or upon the time they reach 4.5 to 7.0 pounds in weight. It is possible for domestic longhaired and shorthaired cats, as well as feral cats, may reach sexual maturity faster than purebred breeds and indoor cats. Female...

Buying a Purebred Cat – What you Need to Know

Cat lovers spend a great deal of time considering their choice when they decide to bring home a new cat. Some people bring home every stray under the sun while others look around and decide exactly what cat will bring them the most joy. Buying a purebred cat is...