If your cat is burying their food, it doesn’t necessarily mean they dislike it – it just means you are getting a glimpse of their wild side.
Get a list of the best cat foods available on the market – Susan Thixton, a Pet Food Safety Advocate, runs a website called the Truth about Pet Food where she closely follows pet food companies and the stuff that they put into their products.
Learn about Swagbucks – use code “FLOPPYCATS” when you sign up to get 70 Swagbucks in addition to the 30 you get when you complete your profile, etc.
Figuring out a canned cat food that is safe for your cat and also made from quality ingredients is always a challenge. ZiwiPeak might be the answer.
I am not a fan of “commercial” raw (ground or kibble) as there is typically way too much bone content, other fillers (peas, rice, etc…), the benefits of crunching/ripping/tearing are lost and the risk of bacterial overload is higher since there is more surface area of the meat for bad bacteria to come in contact with and grow.
The quality of food you feed your cat is very important. Going for the cheap foods only increases the chances of higher Vet bills.
Listen to or read a transcript of our interview with Dr. Jean Hofve, DVM about Cat Food Allergies
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A reader wrote last week, “my concern with the raw and canned food list is that they didn’t take into consideration the salt content by both straight salt and sodium selenite.”