Even though your cat can spend extended periods of time outside of the house, they do rely on us for the food and shelter that they need to remain fit and healthy all year round.
This is especially true in the winter — the most trying of all seasons for a cat to be outside. This short guide will help you understand the best types of food, and what to avoid, for your cat to thrive and receive the best possible nutrients this winter.
The more meat the better
Cats are Obligatory Carnivores. This means that according to their genetic makeup, cats need to eat the meat tissue of other animals in order for them to survive. The main source of a cat’s nutrients comes from meat, and although they can eat other foods such as fruits and vegetables, it is essential that there is a plentiful supply of meat…
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