California Spangled Cats eat meat. Never forget that when you’re trying to decide what food your California Spangled Cat should eat. If you deviate from her natural diet, your California Spangled Cat may become a picky eater. By giving him non-meat based foods like fruits, vegetables, dairy, nuts, seeds, etc., you will have difficulty getting your new California Spangled Cat to eat.
What do California Spangled Cats eat?
You must always keep in mind California Spangled Cats share much of their dna with the biggest of felines — tigers, lions,and jaguars, etc. — so take that to heart while feeding your California Spangled Cat. You will never see a mature jaguar on Animal Planet eating an apple, drinking milk or chewing grass in nature. Nor would you see a young leopard cub in nature drinking milk from a cow, or any other animal. As silly as these examples appear, that’s exactly what many people feed their California Spangled Cats. So you shouldn’t expect your California Spangled Cat at home to be pleased if that’s what you try to feed her. California Spangled Cats are not like us and different from dogs. As far as their diet is concerned, they rarely deviate, and as an owner you must be aware of this. California Spangled Cats take in almost exclusively proteins and fats in contrast to to omnivores like humans who also eat vegetables and fruits. A person could end up with a lot of ailments if he ate the California Spangled Cat’s diet. Just because they’re a member of the family, that does not mean they should eat like you and the dogs. Many times, you’ll find people who feed their California Spangled Cats the same foods they feed themselves and their dog, even though the California Spangled Cats diet is much more specific. In fact, dog food can be fatal to California Spangled Cats over time because it does not meet their dietary requirements and it’s often loaded with carbs, which California Spangled Cats can’t digest well. California Spangled Cats get extreme obesity issues from carbs, which can lead to diabetes. The California Spangled Cat’s digestive system is not designed for carbohydrates. They are to be avoided.
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Satisfying Your California Spangled Cat’s Taste Buds
Before you decide on a specific food for your California Spangled Cat make sure it is approved by the American Association of Feed Control Officials. That ensures that the food meets at least the bare minimum nutritional needs of your California Spangled Cat. Pay no attention to marketing “hype” terms like “super-premium”, ” natural”, ” premium”, and “gourmet”, as there is no guideline that defines them. You can ask your vet what type of food (wet or dry) they recommend for the California Spangled Cat. After you have picked the optimum food, it’s now time to let your California Spangled Cat give the final say so. The food is a keeper if your California Spangled Cat likes it and doesn’t have any noticeable discomfort later. If your California Spangled Cat doesn’t appear to like it, on the other hand, you must go back to the drawing board. If the California Spangled Cat doesn’t enjoy the food you have fed him, a dangerous hunger strike is possilbe. If he decides to stop eating, your California Spangled Cat runs a high risk of liver failure or death. Don’t swap foods haphazardly, either. Make certain you bring in the new food little by little over the course of a week. This helps prevent the California Spangled Cat from rejecting the new food outright and lessens the risk of upsetting your kitty’s stomach.
Feeding Time, Portion Size, and Snacks for California Spangled Cats
How much do you need to feed the California Spangled Cat? Well that depends on some factors you might not expect. For instance, is the California Spangled Cat a house cat or a yard cat or both? Has your California Spangled Cat had sterilization surgery? These both play a role in nutritional requirements. The solution is to request more information from the vet, who will help you set your California Spangled Cat’s ideal weight and daily calorie count. Once you learn how much food your California Spangled Cat needs, stick to the plan. It may seem like it’s not enough, but it will keep your California Spangled Cat at a healthy weight. It’s hard to help an obese California Spangled Cat lose weight, and it’s easier to keep yours at its proper size. Once you’ve gotten this info from the veterinarian, it’s time to schedule your California Spangled Cat’s meals. California Spangled Cats like to eat all day, so it’s just best to leave food out for them where it’s accessible all the time. You can also put out half for the morning and the other half for the evening for a little portion control. Keep treats to a minimum. The more snacks they get, the less room they’ll have for their core dietary requirements.
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