Cat Nutrition & Training
Cats have specific nutritional requirements and their eating habits vary not only from dogs but also from cat to cat. Learn more about cats and all their nutrition and training specifics.
Noticing something fishy in the air? It might be your feline friend’s breath (yikes!). Sometimes your cat’s bad breath is harmless and sometimes it can be a result of underlying health issues.
If you’re like most cat parents, taking care of the litter box probably isn't your favorite chore. Cats typically have at least one bowel movement a day but this varies depending on age, diet and health. Normal cat stool should have a long, round shape and a chocolate-brown color.
One of the most important ways you can love your cat is to monitor what and how much he's eating. Whether you let him decide for himself when he eats, or you have scheduled feeding times, the decisions you make have an impact on his overall health.
Cats in their most natural state are desert animals, and like most desert animals, they tend to get most of their water through the food they eat. Prey is high in moisture (up to 70%), and as a rule of thumb, the average cat needs 1 oz of water per pound of body weight daily.
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