• Give your cat fresh water at least once a day. If your cat refuses your tap water, it may be sensing (with it's superior sense of smell) the chlorine or other minerals in your water. Many finicky felines demand bottled water, just like their human counterparts.
• Don't put your cat on an all-vegetarian diet. Cats need protein to survive.
• Never feed your cat dog food. Cats need five times more protein than dogs do
• If your cat misses one meal, a trip to the vet may be necessary.
• If you can't feel your cat's ribs, she's too heavy.
• Domestic cats are essentially loners. When placed in a group, they develop their own hierarchy. As long as there is plenty of food on hand, a cat can learn to share it's domain with other cats.
• Each year Americans spend four billion dollars on cat food. That's one billion dollars more than they spend on baby food!
• In an average year, American cat owners spend $2.15 billion on cat food and $295 million on kitty litter.
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