There are multiple isles with multiple shelves containing multiple varieties and brands of cat food. How do you know which one is truly a health cat food? Is natural cat food best, or is organic the best? You might try to read the labels and the packaging, but if you don’t know what you’re looking for you may still feel pretty confused about what’s truly the best for your cat’s health. That’s the way I felt anyway, so I started doing more intensive research on natural cat food.
Here are some ingredients to look for and to avoid when you are shopping for a healthy or natural cat food: Continue reading
Wellness Cat Food ranks high on the list in our household, and it seems to be popular with a lot of other pet parents as well. Both of my cats absolutely love this food. I believe in rotating cat foods so I give them a variety of good quality cat foods but when I give them Wellness cat food the bowls are always licked clean.
Wellness cat food is a great choice for your cat because they truly care about what goes into their pet food, and what shouldn’t. Their foods don’t contain meat by-products. They are also free of possible allergens like corn, wheat or soy. You won’t find artificial flavors, colors or preservatives in these foods either. Continue reading
Have you already made the switch to natural or organic cat food, or are you considering it? You’re not alone. More and more people are carefully considering what they put in their pet’s food dishes. Since people are eating more organic themselves it makes a lot of sense they would choose organic for their furry family members as well.
As you start doing research you’ll see references to natural cat foods and organic cat foods. What’s the difference? They’re both considered premium cat food, but they do have specific differences. Continue reading