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Cat's living the good life! :) The Sophisticated Cat!

Saturday, 29 November 2008 0:22

categories: Fancy Cats!
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Do cats really wear clothing you ask? Yes! Cats can actually be trained to wear clothing, especially when training begins in kittenhood!

From the Sophisticated Cat website:


The Sophisticated Cat is a specialty online boutique created by devoted pet owners. We cater to fashionable felines and their owners! We have the best selection of products for your cat, from fancy collars & carriers, to unique toys & beds, to trendy designer cat clothing. We are committed to providing a wide selection of the latest designs and trendiest essentials for your furry friend. You can find plenty of stylish lines to outfit your fashionable feline. We are committed to providing you with only the best products and great customer service.

Spoil your pet. They deserve it!


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Cat Food Taste Test: Fancy Feast vs. Friskies

Friday, 28 November 2008 22:45

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Which cat food is better? Friskies or Fancy Feast?


Which is better?


In a taste test conducted by Joni Lambert, the least expensive brand Friskies won.  See here:  Video on Cat food taste test. But, which one is healthier?  


May cat AJAX, LOVES Fancy Feast (anything with gravy), but he also east Friskies as well.They are both made by Purina.  Shockingly, when I researched online the results on Yahoo Answers is that they are both pretty bad: 


Both of them are pretty lousy foods. 

Look at the labels--
A cat needs a protein content of 11% or higher in canned foods, 35% or higher in dry foods.

The ingredients should list at least two meat sources in the first four ingredients, they should NOT be by-products. And there should be no corn listed in the first 5 ingredients (cats can't digest corn, it's a filler they get no benefit from). The ingredients always list the things with the most volume in the food from largest to smallest, so the first five or six things are very important. 

Evo canned is very good, so is Wellness (canned), Chicken Soup for the Cat Lovers Soul (canned), some of the NutroMax, etc. Look at the labels--the protein and the meat sources, and you'll make good choices.


There was also a positive response:


"Actually, it's the same meat and fish by-products. Fancy Feast is more expensive, but it smells and looks better.  My cats like both Friskies and Fancy Feast."


But this answer didn't really touch on the health aspect...  What do you think?





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