Sep 30, 2011 - What is the best source of fish oil for cats
That is what you eat. The cats eat food you recognize, except now someone has taped a piece of red cardboard with a cat pawprint to the can, as if to indicate that all food is for the cats now. You put out fresh sashimi, sometimes, arranged as best as you know how. The cats come, play, leave their dead fish. Another day ends.
I so agree with some of the other posters. I could not believe that all of a sudden the game shut down while my cat is looking at the fish and enjoying it...what a waste of my time can when I have to continue to push the restart button and what a waste of my cats time any emotions to let them get so frustrated with the game but doesn't continuously play. This game has a lot of promise but definitely needs some changes made for the little precious kittens. I truly hope y'all will work to redesign it so that it is pet friendly and not human friendly. I could not believe that coming from a famous company that this cannot get a level five score from me and others. I will leave it on my iPad and hope for the best.
Feeding cats tuna can be beneficial to cat health if you understand how much tuna to feed your cat and the best types of tuna to feed him. Tuna contains a number of beneficial nutrients from protein to omega-3 fatty acids. On the flipside, tuna, like many types of other fish, also contains mercury pollution. Fortunately, there are ways for your cat to enjoy the benefits of tuna without ingesting toxic amounts of mercury. First let’s discuss the pros and cons of feeding cats tuna.Of course, he does. Kitties love protein, and even though fish is not a natural food source for felines they can become addicted to fish. But they can also become addicted to chicken, or to any protein source that is fed to them exclusively. The pet food industry knows this and that’s why most commercial cat food is either fish or chicken. The best way to handle this is to rotate your cat’s (or dog’s) diet to avoid addiction to any particular food. Some folks believe that “over-consumption of any one food may lead to an allergy of that particular food.”Fish are an excellent "whole food". In an appropriate raw diet, feeding whole carcasses is the best diet to feed your dogs and cats. While this isn't possible for most people all the time, feeding fish does provide the dogs and cats with a "whole carcass".At my house, the dogs get at least one serving a week. The fish on average weigh between 1/2 a kilo to a whole kilo.Select the right kind of sardines. Packaged in a variety of liquids and flavored sauces including cream, tomato sauce and mustard, sardines packed in water are best for your cat. Sardines in oil will also work in moderation -- and your kitty gets an extra helping of oil. Avoid sardines in sauce, as the salt content tends to be high, and there may some ingredients harmful to cats, such as onion and garlic. Fresh, frozen sardines are a great alternative. Thaw the fish, chop it finely or pulse it in a food processor to make a yummy paste.Because cats are carnivores, animal meat is one of the safest human foods to give a cat, which it why we rank it at No. 1. Cooked poultry is probably the best choice. Uncooked meat brings with it the same safety concerns as uncooked fish or eggs. Nevertheless, as with fish and eggs, you’ll find a few vets who prefer raw for the nutritional value.So, if you are going to feed your cat salmon, it would be for the best to cook the fish before offering it to your feline friend. Remember, though, that cats cannot tolerate a lot of salt, so go easy on the salt.