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6 Best Cat Food For Senior Cats

Senior cats need delicious, calorie-dense meals that are loaded with high-quality nutrition. That entails plenty of ultra-digestible protein, anti-inflammatory ingredients to soothe achy joints, and a soft texture that’s easy on bad teeth. At a Glance: Best Cat Foods For Older/Senior Cats To Buy Want a quick look at the products reviewed in this article? In the comparison table below,...

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Edgard Cooper Cat Food Review

Named for the two pets of the company’s founders (Edgard and Cooper), this is a young brand. The founders were looking to make better, healthier pet food using fresh meat and quality ingredients. One percent of sales goes to charity. Find out more about Edgard Cooper cat food in our unbiased review. The We’re All About Cats Standard – Rating...

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Blink! Cat Food Review

Made in Britain, Blink is a personalized cat food subscription service. Blink offers a variety of recipes that can be customized to your cat’s taste. Products are also available at some pet stores. Read our unbiased review of Blink! cat food to learn more. The We’re All About Cats Standard – Rating Blink! On What Matters We have analyzed Blink!...

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What’s The Best Food For Cats With Kidney Disease?

Dietary management can’t turn back the clock on kidney disease, but it can make the future brighter. Feeding your cat the right food is the best way to slow the disease’s progression, minimize symptoms, and give your cat the best life possible. At a Glance: Best Food For Cats With Kidney Disease To Buy Want a quick look at the...

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Dr. Elsey’s Cat Litter Review

If you’re looking for a cat litter brand that is highly affordable but also high quality, consider Dr. Elsey’s Precious Cat Litter. This brand offers over a dozen unique formulas for cat litter to address specific issues including non-use of the litter box, tracking, respiratory problems, and more. Aside from one silica gel formula, all of Dr. Elsey’s cat litter...

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How Much Does It Cost To Own A Cat

You can care for a cat for as low as $162 per year, but it’s common to spend about $800 annually. Read on for our detailed breakdown of your annual and lifetime costs. In their oft-cited “Pet Care Costs” publication, the ASPCA (American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) estimates that a new cat will cost $1,174 in...

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How Much To Feed A Cat?

As with all carers of animals, one of the basic questions that we need to answer every day for our feline friends is: "how much should I feed this cat?" This article aims to answer that question in a clear, informed, logical way. Firstly, What Type Of Food Should Cats Eat? You can meet a healthy cat's nutritional needs met...

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Why Do Cats Get the Zoomies & When to Call Your Vet

Whether you call them cat zoomies or cat crazies, this feline behavior is unmistakable. “Zoomies” is a word used to describe seemingly random periods of bursts of energy in cats. Cats with the zoomies might suddenly leap up and race around the living room or even the entire house, running, jumping, climbing and otherwise going crazy with activity. Some cats...

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Is Banana Good For Cats?

Cats are carnivores, so they primarily obtain their nutrients from eating the meat from other animals, like chicken or beef. However, bananas are tasty, filling, and full of nutrition for us humans, including fibre and potassium. Sounds perfect for your feline friend, doesn’t it? However, are bananas as good for cats as they are for us humans? Can Cats Eat Banana?...

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