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Thread: Cat Stress

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramsarecool

    The reason I added pet food is because soo many cats eat low grade food and it probably causes problems sooner or later.
    I doubt its the food. I only feed them fancy feast melody and iams dried food. She doesnt have problems eating. Neither of my cats are over weight which im proud of lol. Too many fat cats in this world. She do for annuAl vet visit in novemember and i ll talk to vet about meds if this presists.

    I ll try the brushing for a month and watch for results. Thanks again everyone!!
    Roll the Dice!

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    Fancy feast is one of the better grocery supermarket brands actually. Containing more meat then most not ideal but curtain better then friskies or meow mix . There's really no need to feed dry at all with cats unless you are gone from the house days at a time and have no one around to feed them. Cats evolved a low thirst drive which means most cats that eat nothing but dry are dehydrated. It also puts them at risk for Diebetes, kidney trouble and obesity long term as well as dental issues. If money is an issue Trader joe's makes a good canned turkey and gibbits canned

    A much better dry if you are one of those people is Orijen. Iams has mostly by products and grains the company also does cruel animal experimentation..

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    Thanks for the info.

    The thirst drive makes sense now. When she was a kittin she would never drink the water i left out in het bowl.i fixed that problem. Now i have a bucket with tap water that i let sit to water my plants. They cats drink from there all the time. Such wierd creatures lol.
    Roll the Dice!

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