Obesity is currently one of the greatest health and welfare problems facing domestic cats around the world.
But is there something about us, that makes cat fat? It turns out there is.We break down the insights from some interesting research to help you understand if you're going to have to 'work against type' to avoid ending up with a fat cat!
If you ask your vet for advice about what to feed your cat, the answer is likely to be kibble. Say you want to feed raw – and you could have an argument on your hands.The Pet Girlhelps us bust a few myths about what cats should eat. (And live longer.)
There's a new book out, called, you guessed it, Eat Like the Animals, written by researchers from the Charles Perkins Centre at Sydney Uni, David Raubenheimer and Stephen Simpson. It has lessons for what we should be eating - and what we should be feeding our pets.
If you’ve looked at the ingredients in our balancing supplement for cats, or our complete and balanced treats for dogs, you’ll have noticed that both include cricket protein. And, after you’re over the ‘ew’ factor, you may be wondering why that is…
Here, we explain why crickets are in the mix – how it compares to other ingredients and why it’s actually so green!
Feeding cats raw or fresh food – what’s the recipe? Is a supplement, especially one that has veges, fruit, and other goodies, really necessary? It turns out that obligate doesn’t really mean, eat meat, and nothing else…
Tell your vet you’re NOT feeding kibble, and you could cop a mouthful. But what kind of ‘mouthful’ is kibble – even the premium kind - for your cat? Multiple research studies show that in fact, dry food may be a risk factor for fat cats.