Nap or a stroll🤔
Call it cat’s intuition
It never fails when cats are out and about they love to chew on grass.
That is why taking your indoor cat for a walk outside is good for their health. Cats regurgitate when they eat grass because they lack the necessary enzymes to break down vegetable matter, but this helps to clean out the cat’s digestive tract, making it feel a whole lot better. Grass acts as a natural laxative, and helpful to get that irritating fur ball out.
What is a healthy diet for cats?
How do you know if your cat’s food is balanced?
Look for a statement from the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO) on the package.
This would give you the assurance
that the food is complete and balanced, and the recipe meets every cats’ nutritional requirements, and you don’t need any extra vitamins.
You are what you eat is true for our cats too. Their diet should provide them with:
from a named meat, fish, or poultry source
an essential amino acid
Certain other vitamins, minerals, enzymes, and fatty acids
Necessary for their digestive system
Benefits of Dry, and Canned food:
To make eating interesting and not creating a finicky eater, variety is important.
Dry food is convenient, and can be left out, Canned food contains water, and many cats do not drink water regularly. And if you have an indoor cat make sure he or she gets plenty of play time.
“Happy cat happy owner”.
Furniture you and your pet will approve
Not just a blanket or a square cushion. And absolutely not a carpet cover tower.
A healthy Cat
Just like us, cats can get used to eating healthy too.
If they are indoor cats they never get the chance to eat any grass or other greenery as most outdoor cats do.
it has taken our kitten many tries to eat any vegetables, but persistence does work. Give this list of vegetables a try!
carrots peas, frozen corn, broccoli florets, green beans, zucchini, lettuce, spinach and catnip.
Bake or steam the vegetables and cut or puree. You can mix them into your cat’s regular food.
A very organized kitty cat
Finally found a solution for all the feathery noisy cat toys around the house that somehow around 5 in the morning we manage to step on.
Narrow, and some what tall basket that can be discreetly tucked around or behind a piece of furniture.
Now if only kitty would put her toys in the basket.