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21. Keeping Your Kitten Well Fed
Kittens bounce off walls and pounce at warp speed on anything that moves. The only time they seem to slow down is when they stop to refuel.
22. Kitten Food or Adult: When Do You Make the Change
You waited until your kitten was 12 weeks old before you brought her home. You made sure you had plenty of toys and treats and never missed a veterinary appointment. You’ve fed her the proper kitten diet, but when do you begin switching to adult cat food?
23. Low Calorie Recipes for the Chubby Kitty
Even though your cat is a little chubby, some homemade treats may brighten his day.
24. Nutrition in Cats
Providing the best food for your cat is an important part of keeping her healthy. With all the research and study in proper diets, you can now help your cat stay healthy, happy and well fed for many years.
25. Palatability of Cat Foods
Cats are very choosy diners. A cat can enjoy a food for many years, only to turn her nose up at it one day out of the blue. If there is no medical reason for the behavior change, there are several other things to look at.
26. Picking the Right Cat Food Bowl
If you're looking for a bowl for your feline friend, you're in luck! Cat bowls are available in many colors and styles. Finding the bowl that's right for you and your cat should be easy if you stop to consider a few factors before you shop.
27. Raw Meat Debate: Should You Feed it to Your Cat
Some people, including some veterinarians, believe that raw meat is healthier for a dog or cat, and commercial pet food is overprocessed and tainted with toxins, which are used to preserve the food and give it an attractive smell and taste.
28. Should You Supplement Your Cat's Diet?
As a general rule, before supplementing your cat's diet, you should discuss with your veterinarian the available evidence or recommendations supporting the use of nutriceuticals and dietary supplements.
29. Supplements in Cats
As a general rule, before supplementing your cat's diet, you should discuss with your veterinarian the available evidence or recommendations supporting the use of nutriceuticals and dietary supplements.
30. Tartar Control Diets for Cats
Recently added to the arsenal of pet dental care products, special foods are designed to help prevent tartar formation. These tartar control diets often eliminate or greatly reduce the number of health problems caused by recurring dental disease.
 

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