You can not have a healthy cat unless you feed it a proper cat diet, and certainly not with bad commercial cat food ingredients!
By Claude West (Cat Man)
If you think that you have been giving your cat a proper cat diet using commercial cat food, the chances are very high that you are wrong. It is tempting to believe the lies that bad commercial cat food companies offer when they paint a picture of farm-fresh ingredients, wholesome kibble, and other tasty images of feline health. However, if you knew some of the ingredients that are in cat food, you would probably rethink giving your feline friend the bad commercial cat food you feed it.
Many of the biggest commercial cat food sellers base the majority of their cat food off
ingredients like bone meal, meat by-products, and animal digest. Those words are a code
word for food that you would never want to let your friends, family, or even your pet touch. Bone meal and meat-by products include animal skulls, intestines, feathers, fur, and stomachs. Most of the time, the animals which the bone meal comes from are not even animals that are healthy.
It gets worse. It is not as if the sick animals used in cat food just have a sniffle. It is disturbing to find out that the animals that are in cat food had been euthanized because of serious illness. Sometimes, the animals used in pet foods are actually animals were euthanized by a vet. There are many reported cases of dead cats, dogs, rabbits and other road kill gathered and ground up as “animal digest,” by rendering plants who in turn sell this to pet food manufactures. Some of the animals still had collars on their neck, as they are ground up and cooked into future pet food. A healthier cat diet would never have these things!
Another major issue that causes a cat to miss a proper cat diet is the preservatives that are in commercial cat food. Most commercial cat food brands use carcinogenic, or cancer-causing, preservatives like BHT. In cats, this can cause serious health problems early on in their lives, and may be a possible cause for the spike in feline leukemia in kittens. Does this sound like the healthier cat diet that commercial brands keep advertising?
Even the added minerals that commercial cat companies tout as nutritious are not as nutritious as advertised. Most cats cannot digest raw zinc, iron, and copper easily. A proper cat diet would include chelated zinc, copper, and iron, in order to make sure that the cat’s system will not be overburdened.
If you are concerned about the ingredients in your cat’s diet, you need to be proactive when it comes to making sure that your friend will have a healthier cat diet. Do not let your pet suffer from the problems that come with a bad commercial cat food diet. Start researching healthier cat food brands today buy understanding the terminology and read the ingredient list on the package.
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