- What do you feed your cat(s)? It's
okay to give us brand names!
- Why did you choose that brand?
- What brand(s) would you avoid, and
- Do you prefer a particular feeding
protocol (raw, holistic, natural, etc)? If so (or not), why?
- Do you prefer canned or dry? Explain
- Fish - should cats have fish in
their diets? Explain your answer.
- Wild foods - should our inside cats
be allowed to eat mice and other rodents occasionally? Explain your
- If yours is a multi-cat household,
tell us about your feeding routine.
- Are you currently giving special
feeding considerations to an ailing cat? If so, what's the condition,
and what food is he/she getting?
- Do you believe in nutritional supplements
for Kitty's diet? If so, which ones (and why)?
- If obesity is a problem with your
furry gang, how do you deal with it?
- Nearly every commercial pet food
manufacturer uses grain/corn as a significant ingredient in their
foods, yet we hear some vets (and other groups) profess loudly that
these are unquestionably bad for Kitty. Given that huge manufacturers
probably build their foods from massive research, we have to allow
a certain degree of credibility, and it's only fair to assume that
not all of them (especially the larger companies) are merely profit-mongers
who don't care about our pets. What's your take on this?
- Do you feel that cats should be
restricted to a single food, with no variations? If so (or not),
- If your kitties are fed both canned
and dry, are these fed separately, or do you mix them?
- How long do you leave a plate of
canned food out for them?
- On a scale 1-to-10 (1 is least),
how important is proper nutrition to a cat's long-term good health?
Okay, you get the picture.
No frills, no guidelines.just give us your views on nutrition, your
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