A good veterinary recommended dry kibble is best for your cat.
Feeding small portions and keeping your cats activity level to a maximum with
regular play, not only provides them with a healthy constitution, but a healthy
disposition as well. A visit to the veterinarian may be necessary to discuss
weight loss if you find your cat looks not like a cheetah but more like
Garfield. Weigh loss programs should always be monitored by a veterinarian as
serious liver complications may arise.
Mmmm said the kitty as he glanced through the fish market
window. Sometimes we can just love them to death. A limited diet consisting of
people food, canned fish or tuna is the right way to harm your cat. Diets
limited to tuna, sardines and other tasty things like organ meat may contain
harmful levels of vitamins or contaminants like mercury.
A healthy diet for you cat is best recommended by your
veterinarian if your cat has suffered any medical problems. The variety and
range of veterinary specialty diets is almost as great as the range of health
problems your veterinarian may see. Dietary supplements have now been built
right into the diets so we are assured the diets are balanced and nutritious.
Many diseases require different formulations like low sodium diets for kidney
disease, and diets containing anti oxidants for liver conditions. Diabetic diets
along with regular blood glucose monitoring, and proper insulin regulation can
greatly prolong your diabetic cats life. Kittens will need a high protein
formula diet and elderly cats may benefit from
Hills, Royal Canine, and Purina Diets are products that have
availability for a lifetime of good nutrition and support should your pet become
ill. Specialized gastrointestinal diets with easy to digest components as well
as diabetic diets and weight management diets can also be found in these lines.
Senior pets as well as puppies should always have special consideration when
selecting a diet.