ORIJEN CAT SIX FISH 2Kg The average indoor cat has a great life. They get up each morning go to the food bowl, have a bite to eat, sit in the window, watch the birds go by, jump out of the window,

get a bite to eat, take a nap, get a bite to eat, greet their owners when they get home from work, get a bite to eat, take a nap, have dinner, go to sleep for the night

ORIJEN CAT SIX FISH 2Kg

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The average indoor cat doesn’t burn many calories each day. In fact, the number one health problem for cats is obesity. If we assume the average cat weighs approximately

10 pounds (5 kg) then the average indoor cat needs 250 calories a day. If the cat owner is feeding a good quality dry food, that has a good quality protein, then the indoor cat

needs only approximately 1/3 to 1/2 cup of food each day. Most high quality foods have approximately 500 calories per 8 ounce cup of food. The major protein source of the food is

very important. Cats are obligatory carnivores – that means that they have certain nutritional requirements that can only be met by eating animal tissues. In cats, there are specific and

essential amino acids (used for proteins), fatty acids, and vitamins that must come from animal sources. High quality cat foods will use high quality meats and meat meals to provide these

essential nutrients. Poor quality cat foods will use cheaper meats and meals, which may have unbalanced levels of minerals in them. This often leads to cystitis, a common

condition in cats that involves urinating out of the litter box, and very frustrated owners! Unfortunately, the price of the food does not always reflect the quality of the ingredients

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