Good cat food for a young adult cat?

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June 16, 2019 / By Cindy
Question: My cat currently eats friskies hard food and olive's canned food. I would love to provide her with a better nutritional diet, as she is expecting kittens! :) I also just want her to have a better overall diet, animals deserve good nutrition as well! I adore her and want her to be as healthy and happy as possible. My question is; where can I purchase good cat food? It has to be inexpensive, as I am a teen pushing carts at walmart. :/ online is fine, so any sites you know of that have a good rep would be fantastic! Thanks for reading.
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Babs Babs | 7 days ago
Oh good you work at walmart lol so you don't need to go far to get the food (: get iams for your cats.. I feed them the purple bag cuz they're still under a year but if yours are over a year get them the teal colored bag.. iams has a lot of nutritional stuff in it and all three of my kittens are healthy and hyper as ever (:
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Babs Originally Answered: What is the best and safest fat-burning supplement to take for a young adult male?
Of course healthy eating is the only way to go, but there are some foods you can eat that naturally improve your metabolism. Green tea is fab - you can drink this through the day. It is really healthy as it is a super antioxidant, and it also has a bit of caffeine to keep you alert. If you don't have time to drink it, it is available as a supplement. Apple cider vinegar is good at boosting metabolism - this is usually used as a salad dressing, but again is also available in supplement form. This is also considered to be a super food. If you are interested in burning extra pounds, make sure you get your daily quota of good fats. Good fat burns bad fat from the body. Include olive oil or coconut oil, and essential fatty acids from oily fish. Also, peanuts are a fabulous source of good oil. Good luck with it all.
Babs Originally Answered: What is the best and safest fat-burning supplement to take for a young adult male?
Honestly, the serious answer to your question really is eat more vegetables. Veggies are high fiber, high nutrition, low calorie, which is exactly what you need to burn fat. Quite frankly, most of the "fat burning" supplements on the market are not all that terribly effective, so you'd be wasting your money. There are some "carb blockers" that do work to prevent carbs from being fully digested, so they cannot be stored as fat. So, if you're a carb eater, this might be of use to you. But, the best option is really to eat more vegetables which will necessarily cut your daily calorie intake and will force your body to burn fat for energy. White Kidney Bean Extract is the best carb blocker I know of. Pretty effective, but not really a long term healthy strategy.

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raw chicken necks from the deli section about 2-3 a meal they have to be raw and the bones are small and soft enough not to give her any problems btu good enough to give her teeth a good brushing and woorkout. mum makes up a batch of animal food for both her dogs and cats that is really cheap, and nutritious, and doesn't taste half bad! for a small portion 1 cup rice 1/4 kilo mince (cheapest) 1/2 kilo frozen mixed vegetables(cheapest) 1/2 cup oil (cheapest) 2 tablespoons gravy mix(cheapest) 2 table spoons vegemite (promite marmite ) brown the mince in some of the oil,take off the heat, stir in the gravy and vegemite, then add everything else and mix together, cover with enough water (about an inch over the food) and boil till cooked. stir while cooking if you want, but you don't have to.takes about 1/2 hour and is enough to make about 25-30? meals for one cat. Freezes well! costs about $10 and that should be even if you have to buy the vegemite( not essential but adds vit b and a lot of micronutrients and flavour)
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Sylvester Originally Answered: Canned puppy food vs canned adult food?
People have different opinions but i personally think canned food should be out of the question. I have a German Shepherd and he rarely gets canned food. if they don't like the food they are eating switch it and find something that they love. That's what treats are for too. As for your question I would stick with adult canned food, puppy food is high in fat and also has nutrition for puppies *not that the nutrition is bad for adult dogs, but adult dog food will have ingredients for adult needs, such as high glukosamin. Hope this helps :)

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