A complete guide to cat food and treats: wet, dry, raw and cooked.
Cat food is a contentious topic among pet parents, and the subject of many a debate here on Catster with good reason – we only want the best for our cats. A healthy cat is a happy cat, and our cat food section is here to help you make informed decisions about the canned food you pick up at the store or the meals you prepare from scratch at home. Learn the components of a healthy diet, get advice on the steps to take if your cat weighs more than she should, and learn about common ingestible hazards and poisons.
Our homes are chock full of pet poisons and hazards, and they're not just the obvious, like rat poison or that can of Comet. In 2009, the ASPCA's Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) handled more than 140,000 cases of pets exposed to toxic substances, many of which included everyday household… Read more »
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Talk About Food
"Look at your food's calorie content, not just at fat content. High calorie foods, which all dry foods are, will not help your cat's weight at all…" Read More »
Karen L., owner of a a Domestic Shorthair
"My cat often rejects her second feeding. I think that's because she's full. Cats only eat when they're hungry. The first can filled her up, so the…" Read More »
Rebecca M., owner of a American Shorthair