Eat These Superfoods to Feel Better
Kornreich advises consulting your vet first about your cat's age, dietary preferences, and any restrictions or needs.
The nonprofit Association of American Feed Control Officials (AAFCO) evaluates pet food and livestock feed, thus Kornreich advised looking for a nutritional adequacy label.
This label lists all ingredients and their amounts, as well as the food's life stage.Beyond that, look for these traits:
Protein: Kornreich said cat food can contain chicken, rabbit, venison, or duck.
Petco Veterinary Services regional director Shelly Ferris, DVM, advised opting for natural, whole components
Calcium, phosphorus, and vitamin D, which maintain cats' calcium and phosphorus balance, were advised by Ferris.
One serving (1/2 cup chopped) of cruciferous vegetables like broccoli, cauliflower, or kale will trim and improve your health.