Thinking of Switching to “Senior” Cat Food?

Foods labeled for senior cats are almost no different nutritionally from foods labeled for other adult felines.

It’s not just pet owners who assume that cat food labeled “senior” has a different nutritional profile than food labeled for use by adult cats in general. Veterinarians often make the same assumption, according to researchers collaborating at Oregon State University, Colorado State University, and the University of California, Davis. But that’s not the case, […]
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