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Whats the best diet for a pregnant cat? - pets

 

Pregnant cats have to eat for two, three, four, five, even six cats. So her accepted meal is just not enough. What ought to you give instead?

Pregnant and lactating queens need more calories than normal. However, you won't have to force her to eat. Cats are very gifted animals. They know when they have to eat and how much.

Don't get bothered if your cat's desire for food decreases in the very early stages of pregnancy. Soon her desire will increase, and this time dramatically.

The class of the food is essential. Of course of action you be supposed to constantly give your cat a nutritionally balanced meal, but this time it's even more critical than usual. You are not feeding one cat anymore, but a few (soon-to-be) kittens as well!

It's not compulsory to buy food from a pet store. Most knowledgeable breeders agree that kitten food is the best for your pregnant cat - yes, even when the kittens are not there yet. Why? Since kitten food contains more calories and protein, and that's just what your queen needs.

Gradually start amalgamation your cat's consistent food with this high-quality kitten food you found in your pet store. Add more kitten food every week. For the duration of the week of birth your queen be supposed to eat only kitten food.

Some breeders also serve raw meat and say that's good for a pregnant cat as well. However, there is some controversy about this.

About 24 to 48 hours already approach a pregnant queen will litter food. Her eagerness be supposed to benefit surrounded by one day after she gave birth.

Keep her on a kitten food diet until the kittens are weaned.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Journalist Marc de Jong is a long-time cat lover and owner of a common web site on cats. More in-depth in order about food for kittens and pregnant cats is found in his ebook How To Take Care Of Your Pregnant Cat, free all through http://www. pregnant-cat-care. com.


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