Cats are obligate carnivores with unique dietary needs. Ensuring their diet is rich in high-quality animal proteins, vital fatty acids, and essential vitamins and minerals is crucial for their health.

Dry Cat Food (Kibble): Convenient and cost-effective, but can lead to obesity and urinary issues. Wet Cat Food (Canned): High moisture content, preferred taste, and good for cats with urinary problems.

Types of Commercial Cat Food

Meat: Chicken, turkey, beef, fish, lamb, and eggs provide essential nutrients. Ensure meat is cooked and unseasoned. Organ Meats: Liver, heart, kidneys, and gizzards are nutrient-rich but should be given in moderation.

What Do Cats Eat?

Safe Fruits and Vegetables

Fruits: Apples, blueberries, watermelon, and bananas are safe in small amounts. Vegetables: Carrots, green beans, and pumpkins support overall health. Avoid onions and garlic.