With many of us feeling the pinch when it comes to household budgeting, feeding your cat may be one of the expenses that you want to cut down on. Cheap Isn’t Always Best There are a number of budget cat food options available on the shelves, but buying the cheapest possible cat food may turn […]
We’ve all been there, you put down an appetising meal of the food that your cat usually wolfs down and he takes one sniff, turns his nose up and walks away, casting backwards glances at you as if to say “WHY on earth would I eat THAT?!”. So you try another brand or flavour of food, and he loves it, only to go completely off it once you’ve spent a small fortune stocking up. If you’ve got cupboards full of all of your cat’s latest flavours of the day, then you’ve probably got a picky, finicky eater as a pet. If your cat is a fussy eater, what could be causing it?
Show your cat how much you love them this Valentine’s Day by baking them some delicious homemade cat treats. All natural, these tuna flavoured kitty treats are easy to make with just a few simple ingredients. The Pawesome Cats family and their friends have happily taste-tested the tuna heart cat treats recipe, and gave them a big paws up.
Whilst many of us like to spoil our pets and offer them occasional tasty morsels from our plates, there are some human foods that are toxic or potentially dangerous for a cat and shouldn’t be part of a feline diet. Whilst this is not a conclusive list, here are some of the foods you absolutely must not feed your cat.