Its important to choose the right food to meet all your cats nutritional needs.
If your cat is in good health, a change in her appetite may simply mean she wants a little variety.
Does your cat nervously scratch the floor around its food bowl before or after dinner? Does it like to lick the legs of your kitchen table? Does she occasionally rip up a ball of yarn...or cart a dead mouse into your living room... or suddenly turn up her nose at the food youve been putting in front of her for years? …
The amount and frequency of meals depends on your cats age, health and preference.
Take this potentially life-threatening problem seriously.
You supply a healthy, well-balanced diet for your cat - so what to do when she turns up her nose?
The key is to feed wisely and in moderation.
Your cats health or age may warrant a new food. Heres how to make the switch safely.
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