Should Cats Eat Dog Food?


by Love Meow on Feb 18th, 2010 | 15 Comments

Should cats eat dog food? Many people wonder about this question since many cat owners also have dogs. There are a few reasons why cat owners consider feeding their cats dog food: 1. Dog food is usually significantly cheaper than cat food. 2. Many cat owners have seen their cats stealing dog food and are confused if […]

Does Your Cat Food Contain Corn as a Primary Ingredient


by Love Meow on Nov 5th, 2009 | 1 Comment

Corn has been a controversial ingredient in cat food for as long as I can remember. Do cats need corn? Why is corn a common ingredient used by so many pet food companies? Before we start let’s look at cats’ digestive system. Cats have a much shorter digestive tract than humans, dogs and many other […]

10 Catwise Mealtime Tips


by Love Meow on Oct 25th, 2009 | no comment »

Place food and water away from the litter boxes. Cats are very clean animals. If you place food and water too close to their elimination, they may refuse to eat. If you have multiple cats, feed them in separate bowls instead of one communal bowl. In a multi-cat house, the dominant cat will most likely […]

Basic Nutrition For Cats


by Love Meow on Oct 22nd, 2009 | no comment »

Cats are what are known as obligate carnivores. An obligate carnivore is one that must eat meat. You cannot just turn her out to graze in a pasture. The digestive tract of cats has been shortened and optimized proteins from meat. They simply don’t have the dental or digestive apparatus to process plant materials. It’s […]

The Problem with Cat Food Today


by Love Meow on Sep 10th, 2009 | 1 Comment

There are so many cat food brands out there in the market, it is a bit confusing when it comes to picking a cat food for your beloved cats. Food labels are becoming more and more generalized these days, it is difficult for customers to truly understand what really goes into the food. The Truth […]

Top Dry and Wet Cat Food Choices


by Love Meow on Aug 24th, 2009 | 2 Comments

Consumersearch.com conducted a comprehensive research on cat food including wet and dry cat food. Many cat food products available at the supermarket contain little essential nutritional value and many undesirable ingredients. As your cat grows older, it is wise to pick the right cat food that will help your feline companion build a healthy, long […]

What’s better for Your Cat, Dry Kibble or Moist, Wet Food


by Amy on Jun 13th, 2009 | no comment »

As a cat owner I know that most of us would go that extra mile to look for the right, healthy food for our cat. The 2005 cat/dog food recall has stigmatized the pet food industry and rocked the consumers’ confidence for quite a while. Luckily, AAFCO has tightened the monitoring measures to make sure […]

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