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Authority Cat Food and Treats Review (2019 Update)

Authority pet food is a pet company that has been in existence since 1995, and is the store brand for Petsmart. The company manufactures both dog, and cat food and its brands are custom-made for the Petsmart store. Authority pet food manufactures cat food for cats of all life stages. It prepares cat food for adults, seniors […]

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5 Best Cat Food For Older Cats that Vomit in 2019

​Older cats often have sensitive stomachs, and this makes them to vomit regularly to the food sensitivities. Giving them improper diets will make an already bad situation worse, and it is, therefore, important to make careful consideration on the type of diets you buy for your cat.  Most cat parents have had success with the best cat […]

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5 Best Limited Ingredient Cat Food Reviews 2019 [Wet & Dry Cat Food]

Not every cat can handle the complex ingredients and artificial flavors that most cat food brands include. Most commercial pet foods contain multiple protein sources, additives, by-products and other artificial ingredients that may trigger allergic reactions or cause digestive issues in elder cats. If your cat is sensitive to the diet your are giving her, you should […]

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5 High Protein Low Carb Cat Food (Diabetic Cats) 2019 Review

The fact that your cat is diabetic means that you may have made certain mistakes in the past when choosing her diets. While there are dozens of cat food formulas for diabetic cats in the market, it is always important to confirm that the formula you are buying is what your vet recommends. Typically, the best diabetic […]

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5 Best Cat Food For Urinary Health Reviews 2019 [Urinary Crystals]

Urinary crystals is a common problem in dehydrated cats. It mainly occurs due to lack of or inadequate moisture in cat food, or lack of drinking water. The three standard crystals in cats are Struvite, Oxalate, and Urate. These crystals form when there is more magnesium, calcium, phosphorus or protein in the urine that it can be dissolved. The […]

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