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What is a healthy weight for a cat

A healthy weight for a cat is generally between 4-7 lbs.

What should I feed my cat?

We recommend you feed your cat a diet that contains a variety of protein sources, including meat, poultry and fish. We also recommend you feed a diet that contains a variety of carbohydrate sources, including fruits, vegetables and grains. Please also be aware of the amount of carbohydrates in your cat’s diet.

What is the difference between dry and canned food?

The dry food you buy at the supermarket is generally grain free and has a lower moisture content. The canned food you buy at the supermarket is generally grain and/or meat based and has a higher moisture content.

How much do I feed my cat a day?

There is no exact amount of food you should feed your cat a day. We recommend feeding your cat 2 cups of dry food and 1/4 cup of canned food per day.

How much should I feed my cat at each feeding?

According to the Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO), the amount of food you should feed your cat is about 2 cups of dry food and 1/4 cup of canned food per day.

How much of a cat’s weight should be fat?

We recommend that you keep your cat’s body fat level between 10-15%.

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