What should be the nutrition of castrated and sterilized cats and cats? It is not difficult to answer this question: the diet must meet the needs of the pet and its age, be complex and varied
PRINCIPLE No. 1. FEED SHOULD BE TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT THE NEEDS OF THE PET
Properly selected feed:
It takes into account the reduction in daily energy requirements, which means it allows you to maintain ideal weight.
Reduces the risk of cat lower urinary tract diseases and helps ensure a balanced urine pH.
Combines all essential nutrients, including vitamins A, C and E and Omega-3 and Omega-6 Fatty Acids. Continue reading
Weaning is the transfer of a kitten to self-feeding and adaptation to life without a cat mom. The most favorable for this is considered the age of 10-12 weeks. By this moment, the kitten can already do without mother’s milk, independently walks into the cat’s tray and licks, and its psyche is stable enough to move to a new place without harm.
How to prepare a kitten for this difficult event?
Switching to self-catering
In the first days of kittens’ life, the cat feeds them with a special “primary milk” – Colostrum, which contains a large amount of antibodies (especially IgA and IgG) and contributes to the development of their own immunity. Under normal conditions, kittens continue to feed on breast milk for up to 1.5 months. Continue reading