With ‘authoritative sources’ like AVMA officially discouraging raw feeding and so few nutritionally qualified vets to help you formulate a diet, how do you figure out the right thing to do when it comes to feeding your cat?
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.
The cats living under our roof are hardly living in the wild, but biologically, they remain true carnivores and require a species-appropriate diet.
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.
How do you cope when your vet tells you that homemade cat diets may be highly unbalanced and discourages you from making your own cat food?
You know how when we humans chew there's a back-and-forth and side-to-side action happening with the teeth? The movement that makes it possible for you to jut your lower row of teeth out in front of your upper row of teeth? Or that lets you move the lower jaw left and...