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Feline natural cat food for adults - a diet

How to care for your cat - and why

The feline diet for adults can be a tricky thing to navigate - you can't just feed your cat dry food because cats do not eat dry food. But there are other reasons to choose food that doesn't just give your cat a healthy balance of nutrients but is also easy to chew and digest. Here's how to feed your cat the right diet for adults.

Cat food and cat food recalls

Cat food recalls happen for many reasons. For some, it's because the quality of the ingredients in a batch of cat food has gone down (that might be why the cat food has bad reviews in the first place). For other recalls, it's because the manufacturing company found a problem with the quality of the packaging, or with the manufacturing processes. If this is the case, it can cause a lot of heartache for people who have already bought their cat food and have it in the fridge.

The good news is that it isn't a regular occurrence and in the last few years it seems that it has been less frequent. In fact, it's more likely that your cat will have a bad experience with a new cat food than have a bad experience with a regular cat food. This can be because your cat is old and needs to be on a special diet, or is overweight and needs to eat a diet with less calories.

A recent cat food recall for cat food was for the product 'Royal Canin Sélection Adult'. In this case, the recall had to do with the fact that the cat food had not been stored appropriately.

If your cat is on a diet, you can keep the new cat food in the fridge for a few days before giving your cat the first serving. Once your cat has finished the new cat food, you can return the remning food to the fridge so it doesn't go off.

Remember - as with any new food your cat has to get used to the taste. A new food will also make your cat eat more, so you might have to increase the portion size.

Nutrition for adults

As a general rule, adult cats need less food than kittens do.

The cat food that is recommended for adults should contn 30% protein and up to 15% fat.

This is slightly higher than the protein content of the foods that are recommended for kittens, which is at 20%. The amount of protein is increased for adult cats because they will need the energy and protein to support their larger bodies.

The protein levels in adult cat food are also higher in fat to support healthy joints and bones for an adult cat. In the kitten diet, the fat levels are higher to support the growth and development of their young bodies.

Caloric intake in adult cat food

There are a lot of brands of adult cat food on the market so it's hard to say which foods are appropriate for an adult cat - and which are not. Some adult cat foods have a lot more calories than other brands. So you will need to pay attention to the calories in the cat food you choose.

Here are the caloric levels for some adult cat food:

Brands

Calories per bowl

Treats

Solely meat diet

Calories per bowl

Solely treats diet

Royal Canin Adult

24

16

8

34

12

9

8

26

13

9

8

29

14

10

10

24

12

11

10

24

11

10

9

24

13

11

10

22

17

8

11

25

13

13

11

26

12

12

9

30

15

15

8

30

16

18

10

31

18

12

11

31

19

13

9

29

20

15

10

29

18

14

10

27

19

18

9

26

20

20

10

28

21

17

8

31

18

20

11

30

17

19

11

32

15

22

11

34

15

22

11

34

17

24

14

36

19

25

11

36

20

26

12

38

18

28

11

39

19

33

14

41

17

33

13

42

16

32

15

39

18

32

16

34

17

37

15

35

18

36

17

35

15

34

17

36

14

34

18

36

14

33

14

34

19

35

15

33

16

38

16

36

15

40

16

40

15

40

17

39

15

40

18

41

16

39

16

41

16

40

15

41

15

41

15

41

15

41

15

42

15

42

15

42

16

42

15

42

15

42

15


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