Facts On Dry And Canned Cat Food
Unlike the wild cats, domestic cats require certain type of nutrition to provide their bodies with the essential nutrients, which they can’t get from their pries and the surrounding plants. It is common that a domestic cat can be trained for eating habits, including being used to certain foods, but most owners depend on dry and canned foods as basic meals, which damages the cat’s organs on the long run.
The dry foods, however very appealing, are very dangerous to the cat’s kidneys. They put much work on the kidneys while there is not enough water to flush out the toxins and body waste, and unfortunately most kidney problems don’t show symptoms until nearly 70% of the kidneys are already damaged.
On the other hand, canned cat food contains enough water and is soft enough for the mouth and digestive tract.
The truth behind these foods is that even the famous companies, which we consider trusted sources for pets’ supplies, use bad quality compounds and high carbohydrate or fat content. It is usually written on the packs that fish and turkey or fine meats and liver are used within the food, but in fact all that is lies and the real content is skin, intestines and parts that we never feed to cats. Besides, the food is toasted two times while processing, and that denies any vitamin supply.
The same happens with soft foods, they don’t contain fine meat cuts and such lies, and hence…the food may contain microbes and bacteria that weakens the immune system and harms the digestive tract.