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11. Homemade Cat Food Recipe for Overweight Cats
The following is a diet that meets AAFCO guidelines for overweight cats.
12. Homemade Treats for the Older Cat
Even though your kitty may be getting up there in age, she may still enjoy a special indulgence now and then. Try these homemade cat treat recipes.
13. Homemade Treats for Your Cat
Are your cats getting tired of the routine treats? Spice up their life with some cookies you can make at home.
14. How to Read Cat Food Labels
By learning how to read a label, you can learn a great deal of information about the food you are feeding your pets: how to compare one food to another and how to choose the food best suited for your dog or cat.
15. How to Read Pet Food Labels
By learning how to read a label, you can learn a great deal of information about the food you are feeding your pets: how to compare one food to another and how to choose the food best suited for your dog or cat.
16. Irradiation of Cat Food: Is it Safe?
Food safety is important to you and your pet. A recent ruling by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has made pet food safer. The FDA approved the use of irradiation for all pet foods.
17. Is Crunchy Food Really Better For Your Cat's Teeth?
Cats accumulate tartar on their teeth. Some veterinarians and pet food companies advocate that dry or crunchy food helps the teeth. Is it true?
18. Is Your Cat Too Fat?
Unfortunately – like their owners – pets are not as healthy when they are carrying too much weight. Fat cats often suffer from arthritis, heart disease and liver problems. Here's how to evaluate your pet’s body condition.
19. Is Your Cat Too Thin?
If you are worried that your cat may be too thin, here are some suggestions. By properly examining your cat, you may be able to determine his overall body condition.
20. Is Your Cat Too Thin?
Ideally, your cat should not be overweight. But, he should not be too thin either. If you are concerned that your pet is too thin, here are some ways to determine his body condition.
 

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