Nutrition of the Ceylon cat: food, quantity, frequency of meals

What essential nutrients can not miss in the diet of Ceylon? Let’s find out the ideal diet of this feline breed.

Planning a healthy and balanced diet is the first step to ensure that our four-legged friend is always strong and healthy: this is the perfect diet for Ceylon.

Diet in Ceylon: quantity and frequency

How much baby food should we give the cat daily?

This is a question that cannot be answered immediately, because there are many factors that can influence the amount of food to be given to the cat.

For this, the ideal would be to ask the veterinarian for advice, who will proceed with an accurate assessment of the age, weight and lifestyle of the four-legged, so as to identify the most suitable diet.

In principle, Ceylon should consume a dose of wet food equal to 40 grams for every kg of body weight.

Once we have this quantity, we will have to divide it by 3, in order to calculate the dose of dry food.

What is the ideal frequency to feed the cat? In principle, we can give the cat food twice a day, in the morning and in the evening.

To keep his energy levels constant throughout the day, however, we can divide his daily ration into small snacks, to be provided at regular intervals.

What to feed the cat

What foods can not miss in the diet of Ceylon, so that it is nutritious and balanced?

The diet of domestic cats should be based on meat and fish.

After all, these are obligate carnivores, which must necessarily feed on proteins of animal origin to take on essential nutrients that their body is unable to produce independently.

These include, for example, cobalamin, niacin and thiamine. These are B vitamins, essential for the proper functioning of the nervous and immune systems of the four legs.

Home or industrial nutrition for Ceylon?

Finally, we just have to answer one last question about the Ceylon diet: is it better to eat at home or in an industrial way?

In the first case, it will be up to us to take care of the preparation of the cat’s meals, from the purchase of raw materials to their cooking.

It goes without saying that this is a more demanding mode in terms of time and energy.

However, the benefits of this diet are numerous, as we have the possibility to select the freshest and healthiest ingredients and to choose the most suitable cooking methods.

Naturally, this type of feeding should be planned by the veterinarian, who thanks to his knowledge will be able to formulate a balanced and complete nutritional plan, avoiding the risk of nutritional deficiencies that could jeopardize the health of the animal.

Do you want to find out what are the common diseases in Ceylon? Check out this article.

The industrial diet, on the other hand, provides for the feeding of ready-made baby food to the cat.

These are cans of wet food and bags of kibble that we find on the shelves of supermarkets and specialty shops.

In this case, these feeds are already balanced and complete. Be careful, however, to select quality products.

To make sure of their goodness, it is essential to carefully read the ingredients and the nutritional table on the back of the package.

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