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What should pregnant cats eat

Cats are obligate carnivores, meaning their digestive system is designed for the consumption of meat. The only food that should be given to a pregnant cat is raw meat. The best meat is raw chicken, turkey, or beef.

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What should I feed my pregnant cat?

The best diet for pregnant cats is a raw meat diet. If a pregnant cat is not getting enough protein, it is possible that the kittens will be born weak or even die.

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