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Choosing food for your cats is one of the most important decision you'll ever make to ensure a long and healthy life for your beloved feline companion. Your About Guide to Cats has taken the work out of selecting cat food by reviewing these dry cat foods for you.Cat food is manufactured for consumption by kittens and cats. Although cats are carnivores, most commercial cat food contains both animal and plant material, supplemented with various vitamins, minerals and other nutrients.Pet owners often prefer dry cat food due to the convenience and price. Besides usually being significantly cheaper, dry cat food can also be left out for the cat to eat at will over the course of several days; whereas, canned or raw cat food spoils or becomes unappetizing after several hours.Cats require meat in order to be healthy, and yet so many available cat foods emphasize grains and veggies. No wonder there's a cat obesity problem, and that so many cats suffer digestive ailments.

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Though theoretically a food might exist that single-handedly satisfies all of a cat's nutritional needs, it's best to hedge your bets a little bit by providing different foods to your cat, all of which should be nutritional. Perhaps the most important reason for doing this, however, is that cats are notoriously fickle, prone to sudden changes in taste. They often get sick of a food and decide not to eat it at all, sometimes even to the point of unhealthy eating lapses.

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