ARE YOU MAKING THIS FATAL CAT FOOD MISTAKE?
Cat lovers around the world wish more than anything for their feline companions to live long and healthy lives. With so many marketing schemes and options out I consumer-land, how do we know which food is the best quality food for our cats?
For all living beings to properly process food, they need proper digestive enzymes. What most cat caregivers fail to realize is that cats lack the digestive enzyme that is responsible for the breakdown and digestion of grains. This enzyme is called amylase. This digestive enzyme, amylase, is present in all other animals and humans. Since cats’ digestive systems do not produce this enzyme, their metabolisms are unable to break down grains.
WHAT HAPPENS TO CATS WHEN THEY DON’T DIGEST GRAINS?
For those who are yet unaware, grains in cat food are mostly made from human grade cereal and starchy…
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