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Can Cats Eat Dog Food?

Can cats eat dog food? The answer to this is yes they can, but really they shouldn’t. A cat’s nutritional requirements are very different from that of a dog, therefore their diet is different. While to us humans a slop of wet dog food may

National Cat of the Year Awards – Smudge the Hero

Continuing our profile of the 2014 nominees for the UK National Cat of the Year Awards, here we have Smudge, a feisty feline who is up for an award in the ‘Heroic Cat’ category. Earlier this year, the brave moggy saved his young owner, Nathan

bananas can cats eat them

Can Cats Eat Bananas?

Can cats eat bananas? It is one of those foods that can be tempting to offer your cat. You’re sat there on the sofa, munching away on a banana and it is all to easy to break off a little and give it to your

can cats eat watermelon

Can Cats Eat Watermelon

Can cats eat watermelon? This deliciously succulent fruit is a big favorite with us humans; can our cats enjoy watermelon too? You’ll be happy to hear that cats can eat watermelon. However, the seeds need to be removed first, as the compounds contained within them


Manufactured Cat Food – An insight

A look into how canned cat food is made. Is this really the best cat food for your feline friend? After watching this you may think again on the quality of cat food you buy.

can cats eat peanut butter

Can Cats Eat Peanut Butter?

Can cats eat peanut butter? This question does come up quite a bit, and I am pleased to say that cats can eat peanut butter. It is not toxic to cats, however they should only eat peanut butter in small amounts, (the reason why I

can cats be declawed

Can Cats be Declawed?

Can cats be declawed? The whole issue of declawing cats does stir a few emotions. There are those that think the concept of declawing cats is inherently terrible, in one article I have read the author compares declawing a cat to chopping of the fingers

Do female Cats Spray

Do female cats spray? We’ve all seen male cats do it, the annoying little trait where they feel the instinctive need to splash a bit of urine about the place. Most of us will be aware of the reason why. Territory. A male cat wants

Can Cats Eat Ham?

Can Cats Eat Ham? The answer to this question may end up being rather convoluted as it does actually depend on the type and quality of the ham. Feed your cat too much budget ham, (or Spam as they call it in England) and you

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