Nutrition of the Kanaani Cat: food, quantity and frequency of meals

Here is all the information you need to know to plan a perfect Kanaani diet: from baby food rations to essential nutrients.

What our four-legged friend eats every day greatly affects his well-being. For this, it is essential to make sure that the cat’s diet is adequate for its energy needs, balanced and tasty. Let’s find out what is the ideal diet of Kanaani.

Nutrition of the Kanaani: doses and frequency of meals

How much food should we feed the cat daily, to ensure that we feed him adequately without exposing him to the risk of gaining weight?

This is one of the first questions to which it is essential to answer in order to be able to identify the perfect nutrition of the Kanaani.

The ideal would be that the perfect ration for the cat was identified by the veterinarian, after a thorough visit in which the professional took into account the age, weight, state of health and habits of the animal.

In this way, we will obtain a personalized and structured nutritional plan on the needs of the feline.

In general, the amount of wet to give to the cat is equal to 40 grams for each kg of body weight of the animal.

This figure will be divided by 3 in order to identify the daily dose of kibble.

How often should we feed the cat? We have two options: the first is to feed the Kanaani twice a day, preferably in the morning and in the evening; the second, instead, in giving him the baby food at regular hourly intervals, in order to keep his energy level constant.

In this regard, it is useful to divide the four-legged daily ration into small portions, also using the help of an automatic food dispenser.

What to feed the cat

What nutrients can not be missing in the perfect nutrition of the Kanaani, to keep it strong and healthy?

First of all, meat and fish: all domestic cats are obligate carnivores.

This means that they need to introduce proteins of animal origin for the correct functioning of the metabolism and the nervous and immune systems.

In fact, their bodies are unable to independently produce some nutrients that are essential for their well-being.

For example, this category includes niacin, thiamin and cobalamin, which are found in foods such as chicken, beef, tuna and salmon.

Home or industrial nutrition for Kanaani?

Finally, we just have to understand which diet is the most suitable for Kanaani.

The home diet provides for the administration to the cat of meals prepared directly with our hands: we will buy the raw materials and cook them, following each phase of food transformation.

The industrial diet, on the other hand, involves the simple purchase of ready-made feed for the cat, easily available in supermarkets and pet shops.

The first method is advantageous because it allows us to know each stage of food preparation, giving us the certainty that our four-legged friend assimilates top quality foods and nutrients.

In any case, it is essential that the planning of home nutrition takes place with the advice of the veterinarian: an unbalanced plan, in fact, could determine the appearance of food shortages and pathologies in the cat.

Furthermore, it is an option that requires substantial amounts of time and energy available.

The industrial power supply, on the other hand, is perfectly balanced from the start.

In order for you to give your cat top quality food, however, it is essential to read the nutritional table and the list of ingredients on the back of the package.

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