Cats Love Unscented Litter
Cats are adorable, a factor that has made them common in many homesteads across the world. Regardless of their popularity, cat owners are often faced with the challenge of choosing the best cat litter for their cats. Primarily, cat litter is grouped into three major classifications, which are; clay based, silica-based and biodegradable. Clay litter is a good liquid absorbent, making it a good option, and if kept clean, it emits no odours. Cats generally love clay-based litter because of the consistency and the fact that it usually does not contain any odour control additives. Silica litter is made from small silica gel beads. Compared to the clay litter, silica is more absorbent, which enables odour control even with minimal cleaning. The other type of cat litter is biodegradable, which is a natural product. It is made from plant sources, such as wheat, corn, pine, walnut shells, grass and recycled paper products. Some cat owners would settle for this type of cat litter due to the fact that it is friendly to the environment. However, it would not be the best for cats, because it can contain perfumes and odour control additives that may upset them. This leaves you with the two options of clay and silica litter. Silica litter is more expensive than clay litter but is usually the best option because it lasts longer, and is preferred by many cats. When choosing cat litter, you should first ensure that you do some research on the best litter and the one that will be comfortable for your cat.
A Healthy Pet Diet
In the same way that the food you eat might influence your overall wellbeing, the food that you give to your cat might equally affect its health. A well-balanced diet is a key to your cat’s health, happiness, and vigour – that’s why it is really important to understand the nutritional needs that your cat has. You can always try the commercial pet food, but many pet lovers prefer to feed their pets with natural food. To begin with, it’s really important to remember that cats are obligate carnivores, and they have to have a source of animal protein. Pieces of raw meat and raw, meaty bones are a good basis for your cat’s diet, but just to be safe, supervise your pets whenever they eat bones. Canned fish is also a nutrient-rich choice that will benefit your cat. Always choose the human-grade meat and fish, since they are better quality than the specialised pet products. Interestingly, cats also need to be provided with grass, since cats often eat small amounts of it, mostly for micronutrients. Portioning the food in several smaller meals is also important. Not unlike humans, cats prefer to eat several times during the day and night. And, of course, access to clean and fresh water is one of the most vital things for a healthy pet diet. There are foods that you also want to avoid. Nuts, onions, garlic, mushrooms, tomatoes, dough, and chocolate are some of the household foods that you should keep away from your pet. And when you are unsure if it is safe for your cat to eat something, then be sure to ask your vet before feeding your pet with it.
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