Fruits and Vegetables for Your Carnivorous Cat?

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

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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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