A cat’s mouth is engineered by Mother Nature to eat other animals, not chew on cereal. These amazing obligate carnivores’ mouths tell us a lot about their nutritional needs.
Feeding dry food to cats contributes to gum disease as well as plaque and tartar formation.
Thanks to two very time-generous website visitors, the page about feline periodontal disease is now available with a Korean translation.
Teeth, tongue, paws, and whiskers – those are just a handful of the pieces of physical evidence that everything about your cat from the ground up is carnivorous.
If your raw-fed cat is willing to eat chunks of meat, go for it! It’s great for a cat to get the mouth exercise.