Help me invent cool cat food brand?

Help me invent cool cat food brand? Topic: Help me invent cool cat food brand?
October 15, 2019 / By Alex
Question: I have a homework which involves inventing new cat food brand. It is not that I can`t come up with anything on my own, it`s just that maybe there are cats with food preferences that I have never thought about. So, food-wise, is there anything you have ever wished you could buy for your cat ?
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Tamia Tamia | 8 days ago
A pre made feral cat food for TNR volenteers. Should be all meat, some bones and organs. No veggies or grains or preservatives. It should contain ground raw pumpkin seeds for a natural dewormer and prevantative. It should also contain an antioxident supplement and immune booster. It should be made fresh and frozen in colony feeding trays. (colonies of 5-50) So it's simple to use, simple to feed and easy to clean up. All trays should be recyclable and returned to manufacture. Discount applied with returned trays.
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Tamia Originally Answered: Do you think they would invent this green product anytime soon?
You are on to a great idea in getting electrically run items actually turned completely off when they are "off". Back in the day, we actually walked up to a device and physically turned a knob or pushed a button to turn an item completely on or off. The problem that I still see with your idea is that if you keep enough electricity running through your plug/plug adaptor to work with a remote, you still won't have all of the electricity turned off. But, you can effectively do the same thing by using a surge protector power strip and/or just a power strip between your appliances and the wall. When you want to fully power your appliance off, you will have to manually turn the power strip off; to turn the appliance on, you will have to manually turn on the power strip. Still, this is not the ideal solution. The ideal solution is to have appliances and other electrical devices that do and/or can fully turn off. This would require a change on the design and manufacturing end. Today, many appliances have a clock in them and some require that the clock be running to function; completely powering them down affects their function. Culturally, we have come to expect our appliances to function off of a remote; we would have to have enough people willing to purchace appliances that do not power up via remote to warrant the manufacture of them. (It would be nice to be able to set a switch so that you had the option.) Many of us are very used to our appliances working on a timer type of function; again, there would have to be enough demand for a lower/older technology to warrant their manufacture. In terms of many media types of equipment, we expect the functionality that comes with the item being in a sleep versus a fully off mode. Also, some of the current designs lose time on their lives if they are fully powered up and down all frequently. But, you are right - We can/could both save money and energy if more/all of our appliances were completely turned off when not being used. For many of us, saving $5/yr on the washing machine is not particularly a big deal. But, if we could save $5/yr each on the washing machine, dryer, stove top, microwave, coffee pot, and oven - the annual savings would be $30 which is enough that we could actually use that money. Still, it is the type of savings that we often don't particularly notice in and of itself; but, when you stop the savings activity, it does start to be noticeable, - Particularly when they are combined with other savings activities. - The same could be said of the energy savings per household. BUT, if 100, 10000, 1 million, or 10 million households each did this little bit of savings the sum of the savings in terms of energy is significant. Each of us doing our little part does count and is important. And, in large part this is what "going green" is all about. Each household doing their little bits to be more eco-friendly. Going back to getting appliances manufacturered with a true on/off switch will take enough individuals demanding or wanting that feature. One way to do that is to get enough of them fiddling with their power strips and then looking for an easier or more convient way.
Tamia Originally Answered: Do you think they would invent this green product anytime soon?
I in my view do not believe I'll ever flip inexperienced nevertheless I do have already got sun panels at the roof producing energy, I have the water from my bathe, bathtub and washing computing device going onto our garden (there's a drought right here). Our condo is stuffed with power saving fluro lighting fixtures and LEDs. Our condo has double insulation on all our partitions and our glass is double glazed. I journey to paintings by way of educate daily. I realize there may be alot extra that we will be able to do however I do not fairly desire to reside in a cave.

Rhetta Rhetta
This isn't an exciting one but there's not really a good hypoallergenic cat food. Dogs have tons of them, you can get bison food, duck food, venison food, etc. But cat foods almost all have chicken and fish. What if the cat's allergic to chicken or fish?
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Milicent Milicent
Make the food without by-products and fillers. They are bad for cats. Make sure the first ingredient is meat.
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Milicent Originally Answered: What is the best brand of dog food?
Purina is Crap with a capital C. Here is a site that will show you which dog foods are the best and the worst. I suggest that you get any one of the dog foods that are top rated. http://www.dogfoodanalysis.com/dog_food_reviews/ Most of grocery store dog food formulas, like IAMS, Pedigree, Science Diet, Purina,and etc contain "meat and bone meal" which has been known to contain dead dogs and cats that were euthanized in animal shelters. Their bodies are picked up and bought by the truck load by "rendering plants" , that also pick up road kill, dead live stock, and etc. They are shredded, and boiled. They skim off the fat on the top of the "soup" and collected it and sell it to pet food companies as "animal fat", the rest of the animals' remains are crushed up, dried and sold to dog and cat food companies as meat and bone meal. You can read more about it here. http://earthislandprojects.org/eijournal/fall97/fe_fall97petfood.html Here is an article where the owner of a rendering plant talks about it. He says that cremating the dead shelter animals would cause pollution, and that rendering them is good. http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m5072/is_12_26/ai_115041999 Here is further information on what you shouldn't see in the ingredients list in your dog's food. http://www.dogfoodproject.com/index.php?page=badingredients Top rated dog foods like Canidae contain good healthy ingredients.

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