When Choosing Cat Food, Don’t Fall Prey to Premiumization

Marketing a food as “premium” doesn’t make it better for your pet.

Pound for pound, cat food is typically more expensive than dog food because it tends to contain higher amounts of protein and fat — ingredients that cost more. Fortunately, because cats are often much smaller than dogs, the added expense on a per-pound basis shouldn’t translate to undue strain on your pet food budget. In […]
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