Adult Cats 1 - 6 years
Nutrition and Feeding
Being overweight puts a cat at risk for developing many serious health issues.
For centuries, people and their animals have relied on corn as a superb source of nutrients.
Treating your cat is a great bonding experience, but doing so in excess or with the wrong type of treats could be detrimental. Check out these cat treating tips to learn more.
Did you know that cats need a very specific blend of amino acids for healthy bodies? Ensure that you are feeding your cat the right balanced diet.
Learn what the term “natural” really means and how it equates with quality nutrition for your cat.
Learn how to inform yourself about where your cat food is made and what’s in it before picking up your next bag or can of cat food.
Learn what different snacks mean in human terms when you feed them to your cat.
Grain free cat foods are currently very popular. But are they really healthier for your cat than other types of cat foods? Let’s take a closer look at that question.
Avoid digestive upset or food avoidance by gradually transitioning your cat from her current cat food to her new cat food.
Balance is important in every area of our lives, but for our cats, balance is most critical when it comes to their nutrition.
Obesity is a growing problem in our feline population. Learn how the proper cat food, feeding schedule and exercise regime can keep your cat at a healthy weight.
It's a long-held myth that cats should be on the same dog food their entire lives. Check out our top six signs you may want to get a brand new bag of cat food.
Find out how to best treat your cat without spoiling her health.
Learn what to look for when choosing the best food for your cat.
Find out what you should look for on a food label to keep your cat feeling healthy and satisfied at every meal.
Nutrients can be found in a variety of sources, but the right ingredients help deliver optimal nutrition for optimal health.
Cat owners sometimes blame a new cat food when their cat immediately throws it back up after eating. The connection seems logical, but other factors could point to a different cause rooted in behavior.
Feeding a cat food that has an improper nutritional balance can either lead to or worsen a wide range of health issues.
Feeding your cat properly is critical during pregnancy and nursing. Malnutrition can result in low birth weight of the kittens and put them at health risk.
Inducing satiety, the feeling of fullness or satisfaction, is a primary goal in Hill's pet foods for weight management. This article teaches pet owners about how these pet foods induce satiety and help pets lose weight.
Moms everywhere, at one time or another, advised, "Eat your veggies, they're good for you." As usual, mom was right. Vegetables contain high levels of many vitamins, minerals, amino acids and more. The same holds true for soy products.
The lifestyle of an indoor cat differs greatly from that of an outdoor cat.
Whether your kitten's on her first year of life or a mature cat in her golden years, you play a big role in keeping your cat healthy and happy.
Understanding free radicals can help you choose the right cat food and provide the best care for your cat.
Cats can be very finicky about their water and it's nothing to take lightly.
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