Dear Pet Parents:
Most vets agree that carbohydrates and grains should only make up a small portion of a cat’s diet. As a general rule of thumb, your cat’s food should contain about 50% vegetables, 40% meat proteins, and 10% grains.
Foods that are lower in grain or grain-free provide many meaningful benefits for both you and your cat:
Keeping your cat fuller longer
Possible reduction in food-related allergies
Healthier skin and coat
Grain-free foods and treats are becoming more and more popular with vets and pet owners. There are many brands, flavors and formulations to choose from. Wondering where to start? Check out these top meat-rich brands:
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me and I will get back to you as ASAP.
Healthy Diet for Your Cat ND Kindred 58051 by Abra Hume