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Cat Food :Many Choices & How to Make Cat Food

As I began researching articles about cat food, I found many with authoritative documentation and some with personal opinions. I wanted to know what would be best to feed our mature cat. He has been on dry food since birth with expensive treats and occasionally a few pieces of meat – table scraps – of cooked chicken, beef, tuna, salmon or pork. This may not have been the most correct choice.
Our cat Simba is strictly an indoor cat. He has always had good health and has a beautiful, glossy, smooth, orange tabby coat. He has started vomiting a little bit, which appears to be unprocessed dry food or treats, and occasionally hairballs. I will leave the hairballs for another article. In this article, I will look at cat food options. I decided to find out what kind of cat food we should get for him or if a dietary change is needed.
In my opinion, it often the ‘cost’ that drives the consumer’s decision on what cat food to purchase, even though our cats are very precious to us. I am sure we want the best food we can afford to give our pet, and what is best for him. In evaluating the issue, I believe that ‘costs’ can be evaluated in two ways.


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