Fruits and Vegetables for Your Carnivorous Cat?

As treats, small amounts of produce might please your pet.

Cats do not need fruits and vegetables in their diets. In fact, because they are obligate carnivores, some of the nutrients they require can only be found naturally in animal-based foods like beef, poultry, or fish. But just like people, they may enjoy a little nosh here and there that doesn’t satisfy nutritional requirements yet […]
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