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When Your Cat Won’t Use The Litter Box

Although cats groom themselves regularly, you must bathe your cat at least once a month in order to removes allergens, fleas, odor and dirt. Accustom kittens to the process, beginning around three months of age. Make sure to keep your cats dry and warm after a bath.

A healthy diet for a cat can consist of dry food, wet food, as well as some treats. All three of these foods have their place in balancing out the diet of a cat. Specifically, wet food contains a high amount of water and can help to keep your cat hydrated and feeling fresh. Dry food is typically high in things that will give your cat energy. Mixing in some dry food is important to your cats overall health. Even giving treats to your cat in moderation can be healthy. Most treats are high in fat but have some important vitamins that your cat needs to feel its best.

A cat is not a dog. A cat will never react as a dog would when greeting you on your arrival home. However, that does not take away from the sincerity of your cat’s feeling for you.

After all, you want the cat to be healthy and you want to provide the right nutritional food. You need to worry about the right amount of exercise and nutritional needs to promote good growth and health. Remember, a healthy cat is a happy cat!

When you use such products you should read the instructions carefully and follow them strictly. Always test the products in Soft Cat Food invisible area to see how they work.

Having said that, imagine what happens to a cat if it is fed with a lot of carbohydrates? This results in cats that are obese. It is now common to find cats that are too fat for their own health. It is known that there are 35-40 percent obese cats in the general popular population of domestic cats. An obese cat has a four times greater risk to develop diabetes milletus than a non-obese cat. They also become too lazy to move because of their size. Also, they develop non-allergic skin disease because they have difficulty cleaning their bodies due to their heavy weights.

If you have more than one cat or have a house full of cats and one of them requires a specific diet (ask your vet), it is a good idea to put them on a morning/night feeding schedule and supervise the eating process. Some cats are more aggressive and hungrier than others and they may finish off their own bowl and move on to another cat’s dish. If this happens, organize different feeding rooms for the greedy ones so every cat gets its proper share of food.