Nutrition is important for your kitty. Our nutrition section at Cats Are On Top is here to help you make healthy food choices for your pet.
If you’re not sure where to start reading, here’s a list of recommended articles:
Many cat owners overlook vitamins and supplements for felines. For the most part, that’s just fine. By feeding your furry friend a high-quality kibble, you’ll give them the vast majority of vitamins and minerals required to keep a cat healthy and happy for years to come. Still, there are times when cat vitamins and supplements […]Read More
First-time cat owners could get confused. How much should a cat eat? Many believe you just put food in its bowl and refill it when you notice there’s no more left. While that’s certainly one way to feed your cat, it pays to pay a little more attention. Feeding your cat certainly doesn’t need to […]Read More
5 Best Dry Cat Food Brands: 2017 Reviews Finding the perfect food for your felines isn’t as easy as it could be. Many cheaper dry cat food brands don’t offer proper nutrition for cats. Some of the worst ones will leave your cat with diabetes or another illness when they’re older. You get what you […]Read More
All animals are prone to different problems. As humans, we suffer from heart issues and cancer all too often. Each species is bound to be prone to certain health problems. It’s just a part of life. Cats often struggle with similar problems as humans do. A few common ones include diabetes and hyperthyroidism. Urinary health […]Read More
Cats are small creatures. They’re nimble, agile, and quick. They also get sick easily. While nine lives can come in useful, your furry friend doesn’t want to live one of them in pain. So it’s important to keep an eye out for signs and symptoms of common issues in cats. Some of the most important […]Read More
Does it seem like your cat is struggling with stomach problems more than others? Are they throwing up often, coping with diarrhea, and eating less? Consistent problems with any of the above issues may be a sign your cat is suffering from inflammatory bowel syndrome or IBS. And what’s even more, is you may be feeding your cat the […]Read More