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December, 2011 Issue

Cat Food Labels: What To Look For

This tiny type contains a lot of important information that can help you when choosing what to feed your pets.

Unless he’s acting in a TV commercial, your cat isn’t really able to ask for his favorite brand of food by name. If he’s like most feline companions, he’s dependent on you to bring home a can or package of food that will taste good, and also be safe and wholesome. He will also rely on you to feed the correct amount to meet his nutritional needs. To do that, you’re going to have to understand cat food labels.

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