5 Foods to Keep Away from your Cat

Jane MillerCat Nutrition

We know cats are such picky eaters, it is necessary to choose a food that isn’t just nutritious but also that they enjoy eating it! Obviously, they probably want to eat whatever you are eating, since there is nothing superior to human food! So, when you consider giving them a taste of whatever you are eating, you need to make … Read More

Should I Give My Cat Milk?

Jane MillerCat Nutrition

Should I Give My Cat Milk - SweetieKitty

Everybody knows that cats love milk, right? When you see cartoons of cats they are always lapping milk and eating fish, and dogs are always eating bones. But why do cats love milk so much? They can’t even taste sweet things! It’s a mystery! The truth is that some cats just like it while others won’t touch it with a … Read More

Can Cats Eat Canned Tuna?

Jane MillerCat Nutrition

Can Cats Eat Canned Tuna - SweetieKitty

There’s nothing else in this world that can catch the attention of our cats at home better than a freshly opened can of tuna. Animals such as cats and even dogs have a stronger sense of smell than humans that helps them to easily and quickly sniff out food even from a million miles away. It’s no wonder that even … Read More

How Long Can A Cat Go Without Eating?

Jane MillerCat Nutrition

How Long Can A Cat Go Without Eating - SweetieKitty

I remember a friend of mine who recently adopted the prettiest white stray cat I’ve ever seen. She named her Luna. Luna is possibly one of the most spoiled adopted cats ever. My friend even threw her a birthday bash and got her to wear a little pink tutu. It’s no wonder that when my friend and her family had … Read More

What Is The Best Food For Indoor Cats?

Jane MillerCat Nutrition

What Is The Best Food For Indoor Cats - SweetieKitty

Cats are fussy creatures. Mine would happily live on a diet of fish, birds, rats, mice, lizards and great big spiders, but he’s an indoor/outdoor cat and a mighty hunter. We know that when the supper is untouched he’s been dining al fresco on raw protein. Indoor cats can’t indulge in this wanton behavior, though, and don’t get the chance … Read More