I recently adopted a cat from a foster home. I fill her cat dish with about 1/2 cup of Purina Kit Kaboodle. She will eat the whole thing, and then keeps meowing throughout the day, so I give her another 1/2 cup. Again, she tears up the whole thing. In the evening, she meows constantly, wanting more food. I've noticed on the bag, it has a lot of corn fillers and also has dyes. Do you have any suggestions on what brand of cat food I could use, where she would feel full? I've read some comments from hubbers that seem to like feeding their cats wet/canned food. I think I will try this with Gracie and see if that might help.
by wellnessguidesja 10 years ago
I need tips for keeping on track when I am about to overeat or eat the wrong thing.
by John Sarkis 8 years ago
When did overeating become a disease/sickness?...centuries ago, people's main preoccupation was loosing appetite. In part, because it typically meant that you could be suffering from consumption (TB), or, perhaps a venereal disease of some sort or other? All said, no one in those days...
by deb douglas 13 years ago
I have a female (spayed) cat of about a year and a half old. My son recently had to move and I am keeping his cat a male about 6 or 7 years old for him for a wwhile, but don't know what the trick is to getting them to be friends. Right now they are staying in seperate rooms, and...
by Sophie 12 years ago
Hello,I've read through the faq and some of the forums, but I haven't find the question to my problem. My personal score is constantly decresing since I've joined. I thought at first it is because my hubs are possibly not that good, therefore I've tried to revise them, but I didn't find any probs....
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