In Memory of a very loved cat named Morris

14 Jul

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We received to our Mailbox a message from a young activist wanting to spread the word on what happened to her cat and what led for her furbaby to crossover rainbow bridge. Although none of the team members of hand4paws are veterinarians, we feel it is our obligation to share information that others provide. We recommend you talk to your cat’s vet and see all details that make a healthy and nutritious diet for your cat. Do your research and browse through the net to find more information. Here is a link where you can start reading about cats and eating dry food : Click here

Thank you – Hand4paws

***ALL CAT/DOG OWNERS PLEASE READ***
These animals, cats more than dogs, need raw mat. Dry food is not acidic, apparently. Diet is the brick and mortar of health. Cats have a better chance at optimal health if they are fed a canned food 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

My cat had crystals build up in his bladder, and the toxins from his kidneys could not be released in this manner. The toxins were put into his blood. It is VERY important to keep your cat’s diet balanced, ESPECIALLY if you have a male

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One Response to “In Memory of a very loved cat named Morris”

  1. Buddy2Blogger July 15, 2013 at 1:07 am #

    Reblogged this on Sherlockian's Blog and commented:
    All cat lovers, please read this. This could save your cat’s life.

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