Cats make awesome pets, especially because they are by their very nature very clean creatures who don’t require constant attention. Except for a few cat hairs on your furniture, cats are not messy; they’re usually quiet and not demanding – apart from at meal times of course.
Cats can look after themselves to a certain degree, however, when it comes to nutrition, it is up to their owners to ensure that cat nutrition is taken care of. Cat nutrition is something that Hill's Pet takes very seriously. Cat nutrition involves providing a cat with natural food that contains enough sufficient nourishment for their daily needs.
You will recognise if your kitty is getting poor cat nutrition. Your cat will have little energy and his fur will not look as healthy and shiny as it should be. In order to ensure that you fulfil the optimal cat nutritional requirements of your beloved pet, you are able to buy a range of specially formulated products here at Hill's Pet.
Foods that work against good cat nutrition
Cat nutrition should be the number one concern of all cat owners. There are a few foods that do not promote healthy cat nutrition and should be avoided at all costs. You should try and avoid foods that contain a lot of fillers. These fillers are ingredients that only increase the content of the food but serve no nutritional benefit. Many cheap cat foods you can but in the supermarket contain a large percentage of fillers.
The fillers found in most of these cat foods are usually starches. Cat foods that contain a lot of sugar and carbohydrates should also be avoided. These are not of positive nutritional benefit to cats and can quickly contribute to obesity in your pet.