Written By: Mobin

Top 7 Tips for Cat Nutrition Basics

Cats require very high protein levels around 40% to thrive unlike dogs and people. Select foods with first ingredients like chicken, turkey, eggs.

High Protein 

Check labels ensuring foods provide appropriate calories for your cat’s needs based on age, activity level, and if weight loss. 

Measured Calories

Feeding only kibble risks dehydration for cats. Include wet canned foods to increase moisture intake essential for promoting proper urinary tract. 

Canned Food 

Boost food nutrition with veterinarian recommended feline probiotic, skin, joint, dental or calming supplements targeting specific health.

Targeted Supplement

Feed delicate digestive systems with easy to absorb proteins, prebiotic fiber to nourish gut microbiome and reduced ingredients to minimize stomach.

Digestive Health

Choose kibbles sized, shaped and textured to scrub growing teeth. This reduces plaque buildup helping prevent painful dental disease.

Chew Factor 

 Include omega fatty acids in diet to lubricate digestion, and consider specific hairball formula foods to aid the propulsion.

Hairball Protection 

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