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The Pros and Cons of Homemade Kitten Food

Lets start with the cons first and then go to the pros.

Making homemade kitten food can be time consuming. Lets face it; there is nothing easier then opening a bag or can and pouring it into a bowl. When you make your own kitten food you will have to set some time aside every two to three days to prepare the food.

On the flip side, the more your make your kittens food the less time it will take you and its been shown that cats can live a much longer time when feed a diet that closely resembles what they would eat out in the wild.

In the beginning, making your own kitten food can be more costly. A kittens diet consists of raw meat and vegetables.

In the long run it as actually cheaper to feed your kitten homemade food. Because they are getting the nutrition they need there immune system is strong so you will spend much less on vet bills. That's not to say you won't have to get them their necessary shots but you will be running to the vet with a sick cat much less often.

You also need to make sure you do your homework. Cats have allergies to some of our food and some of are food is even poison to them.

Garlic, onions, and tomatoes are poison. Cats should not eat any thing that is in the same food group as onions and garlic. Kittens are also lactose intolerant and where as it won't kill them it will make them sick and that would defeat the purpose of feeding your cat homemade food.

Just like anything else, after you learn the rules and follow them, they become second nature so you won't even have to think about them.

Cat food secrets will give you a good easy way to safely combine homemade food and commercial food, show you what commercial food is good for your cat, and help you to help your cat to live his life to the fullest potential. Don't let your cat be a victim to commercial cat food, learn more about homemade kitten food.

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