DON'T feed this to your cat?

November 7th, 2020 at 8:53 am EDT
Hello Friend,

Welcome to Saturday!

If you have a cat, you have likely spent some time thinking about HOW to Keep Your Cat Healthy and Prevent Disease..

Well it just so happens I am having a LIVE Web Clinic next Tuesday

 The 'Real Truth' About Cat Food: What To Feed, What To Avoid, and How To Naturally Treat Disease With Food and At Home Remedies

Join me LIVE in this 90 Minute FREE Online Seminar

Date: Tuesday November 10, 2020
Time: 5:00pm Pacific (7:00pm Central, 8:00pm Eastern)

Here are some more Pics of my cat Murray, and on the webinar you'll learn HOW I have been able to get him OFF Insulin
                                What to Feed Your Cat

Source: Dr Lisa Pierson,

Diet is the brick and mortar of health. Cats have a better chance at optimal health if they are fed canned food (or a balanced homemade diet) instead of dry kibble.

Putting a little thought into what you feed your cat(s) can pay big dividends over their lifetime and very possibly help them avoid serious, painful, and costly illnesses. An increasing number of nutrition-savvy veterinarians, including board-certified veterinary internists, are now strongly recommending the feeding of canned food instead of dry kibble.

The three key negative issues associated with dry food are:
1) water content is too low
2) carbohydrate load is too high
3) type of protein – too high in plant-based versus animal-based proteins

In addition, dry food is very heavily processed which includes being subjected to high temperatures for a long time resulting in alteration and destruction of nutrients.

Dry food is also often contaminated with bacteria, fungal mycotoxins, storage mites/cockroaches and their feces, etc.

Most people who are concerned about their own nutrition have heard nutritionists say “shop the perimeter of the grocery store.” This statement refers to the push to get humans to focus on fresh food – not overly processed food found in boxes and cans.

Where do you think kibble would reside in this scenario? Definitely not in the “perimeter”! There is nothing fresh about this source of food and it certainly does not come close to resembling a bird or a mouse.

Also keep in mind that dry foods are not refrigerated and they sit in warm warehouses, on pet store shelves, and in your cupboards for weeks or months before your pets consume them. Fats can easily become rancid, and bacteria will proliferate, in this type of environment.

There is no doubt that dry food is responsible for far more intestinal problems, and other diseases, than most veterinarians and cat owners realize.

Cats Need Animal-Based Protein

Cats are obligate (strict) carnivores and are very different from dogs in their nutritional needs. 

What does it mean to be an ‘obligate carnivore’? 

It means that your cat was built by Mother Nature to get her nutritional needs met by the consumption of a large amount of animal-based proteins (meat/organs) and derives much less nutritional support from plant-based proteins (grains/vegetables). It means that cats lack specific metabolic (enzymatic) pathways and cannot utilize plant proteins as efficiently as animal proteins.

We Are Feeding Cats Too Many Carbohydrates

In their natural setting, cats—whose unique biology makes them true carnivores–would not consume the high level of carbohydrates (grains, potatoes, peas, etc.) that are in the dry foods (and some canned foods) that we routinely feed them. You would never see a wild cat chasing down a herd of biscuits running across the plains of Africa or dehydrating her mouse and topping it off with corn meal.

In the wild, your cat would be eating a high protein, high-moisture, meat/organ-based diet, with a moderate level of fat and with only approximately 1-2 percent of her diet consisting of carbohydrates. The average dry food contains 35-50 percent carbohydrate calories. Some of the cheaper dry foods contain even higher levels.

This is NOT the diet that Mother Nature intended for your cat to eat.

Heal Your Pet At Home!

Best Wishes,

Dr Andrew Jones, DVM
P.S. On the webinar I am going to answer as many of your cat health questions as possible- some of what you'll learn:

EXACTLY How to Choose a Quality Food... PLUS Dr Jones` TOP Commercial Cat Foods

CONCERNED about TOXIC Flea Medications?.... Here are his BEST Holistic Flea Prevention and Treatment Options

Recurrent Urinary Tract Disease CAN be STOPPED at home with these Natural Solutions

Human food that you should NEVER feed your cat: 7 of these are TOXIC

Is your cat drinking and urinating more?...She may have Diabetes or Kidney Disease, and they both have HOLISTIC Answers

Dental Disease in cats: you can Save hundreds by doing this at home

What is a good recipe for making home made cat food?

Cat vaccinations: Should your cat have them?...What are the RISKS?...What can you give INSTEAD of Vaccines.

Back Pain and Arthritis... 5 steps that YOU can Do NOW to have your cat feeling BETTER without DRUGS

P.P.S. As a Bonus for signing up, you'll also get Dr Jones` NEW complimentary Cat Food Secrets report which shows you Dr Jones advised Cat Food List, Homemade Safe and Balanced Cat Food Recipes, PLUS what you need to know about feeding RAW.

DISCLAIMER: This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace the advice of your own veterinarian. Dr Andrew Jones resigned from the College of Veterinarians of B.C. effective December 1 2010, meaning he cannot answer specific questions about your pet's medical issues or make specific medical recommendations for your pet.

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