Foods including raw eggs, raw meats and small soft bones can be determental to your cat’s health and should be avoided.
Raw diets may not provide cats with the complete nutrition they need. These diets may also expose cats to the threat of food-borne pathogens.
Milk is a food and not a substitute for water. As a food, milk is incomplete and does not provide a balanced diet.
While treats help train and help you bond with your cat, their daily caloric intake of treats should be limited to 10%.
If your cat is eating a nutritionally complete and balanced diet, excess supplements are not necessary.
Treats should be limited to no more than 10% of their total daily calories. In general, table scraps are not good for your cat and we recommend avoiding them.
Like humans, cats require certain dietary needs for optimal nutrition that supports all aspects of their overall health including digestion and vision
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