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Generally, they are loaded with too many grains for a meat-eating creature, and kibble-fed cats tend to graze all day, which is not how a feline would dine in the wild. When an animal is allowed to graze on food, their digestive tract is never given a proper chance to rest and empty. This can create GI Tract issues and possibly increase the risk of FUS (Feline Urinary Syndrome).
Dry kibbled, highly-processed diets are not, by their nature, biologically appropriate for cats. By nature, cats are desert creatures, and this means that in nature, they get most of their moisture intake from the food they eat. Dry kibble foods actually rob the body of moisture and can eventually cause a state of chronic, low-grade, long term dehydration in a feline - hence, a common feline ailment are urinary tract infections and kidney disease. The consumption of a low-moisture kibble diet requires the cat to drink excessive water just to help digest and break down the kibble food.
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I’d like you to just ignore what ever you’ve heard or seen with cats who’ve been fed kibble, and walk along the path of catness with me for a moment.So speaking of cat food, I am sure all of us have pondered on the question about whether we should choose wet food, dry kibble or a combination of both for our little feline furries. In fact, there have been many debates and studies on proper nutrition and diet for cats. The truth is that there is really no right answer to it.Babe is 12+ years of age (human years), Domestic Shorthair Tabby. She is overweight, and very possibly bloated. For the last 5+ years she has what appears to be allergies, and, or a sensitive stomach. Our veternarian prescribed a special diet suitable for cats with stomach sensitivies. The kibble is very expensive and it worked some of the time, but not all of the time.Some say that chewing kibble will strengthen the cat's jaw muscles - but cats generally do not chew their food, they simply bite it before sending the food down the throat! Three tasty flavor mixtures including tuna/whitefish, chicken/salmon and salmon/turkey will appeal to most cat’s palates. Dual textured kibbles with a crunchy outer layer and tender inside are completely balanced for both kittens and adult cats.