Mature Adult Cats 7+
Nutrition and Feeding
A unique relationship develops between pet parents and their cats. There’s nothing quite like a warm, furry cat nestled in your lap purring away. Or a playful kitty pouncing around the house.
Interpreting pet food labels doesn't have to be confusing. This article is designed to help you understand pet food labels and provides information on ingredients, nutritional standards, and more.
Pet food labels provide basic and limited information on ingredients and nutrient levels. We believe other considerations must be recognized when deciding on which food to feed your pet.
Being overweight puts a cat at risk for developing many serious health issues.
The lifestyle of an indoor cat differs greatly from that of an outdoor cat.
Nutrients can be found in a variety of sources, but the right ingredients help deliver optimal nutrition for optimal health.
A quick recipe for homemade treats for your cat.
In a study done on homemade pet foods, more than 90 percent of the homemade foods were found to be nutritionally unbalanced and incomplete for pets.
Cat owners sometimes blame a new cat food when their cat immediately throws it back up after eating. The connection seems logical, but other factors could point to a different cause rooted in behavior.
Whether your kitten's on her first year of life or a mature cat in her golden years, you play a big role in keeping your cat healthy and happy.
The right combination of proteins is essential, but your cat needs help achieving the correct mix.
Understanding free radicals can help you choose the right cat food and provide the best care for your cat.
Cats can be very finicky about their water and it's nothing to take lightly.
When you feed the right Hill's® cat food for your cat's lifestage, you know you are providing the precise balance of 50 nutrients essential to your cat's health and vitality.
Good nutrition isn't just about the ingredients it's about the right balance of nutrients.