Who is out there with a pet on a lap? My cats, and we have three Cornish Rex cats, love to socialize and nap nearby or right on our lap every single day. If you are not familiar with this cat breed, one of the the most amazing features is their coat. It feels like heaven: silky and soft and wavy. To maintain these amazing cats and their coats in top shape, we offer food and snacks that contribute to the beauty and quality maintenance of these graceful animals. One of the favorite food choices in the past month has been Petcurean GO! cat food.
Caring for my furry friends well-being is high priority in our family. Cat coat is an important component of a cat’s identity. We can easily underestimate the importance of this highly functional mechanism in a cat’s life.
• Cat’s hair is animal’s protective mechanism from heat, cold and weather conditions like rain and snow
• Cat’s hair helps a feline to manufacture vitamin D to keep up with the required amounts of it in the body
• Cat’s hair serves as a sensory component to identify smells, location and determine whereabouts
Without well-functioning coat, any feline would be deprived of the most animalistic and necessary tools for her to live life as close to her ancestors as possible.
Here are a few components you may need to look at
when it comes to cat’s healthy functioning
and good looking coat
One of the first sings of an unhealthy look of cat’s coat is its nutrition! Our veterinarian recommends a well-balanced food and snacks that contribute a balanced amount of carbohydrates, proteins, and fats. In addition, your can can be easily deprived of the necessary vitamins and minerals that are incorporated with many quality food options. If your cat gets poor quality diet – the results will follow in no time.
We like to alternate cat food in our household and match it to our furry friends’ seasonal and individual needs.
FACT: Food could be your first thing to look at when otherwise your cat seems to be fine with.
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Senior cats, if they suffer from arthritis and some nutrient deficiencies – all the results of natural aging – can be a culprit of a dull cat’s coat. Obviously, you need to consult your veterinarian to map a course of action that is the best for your pet. But your vet may recommend special nutrition and foods for your furry friend.
Petcurean GO! SENSITIVITY + SHINE™ recipes were formulated specifically to address different pet’s needs and food sensitivities. My Cornish Rex fell in love with Petcurean food in no time!
FACT: All ingredients for Petcurean pet foods are selected through the trusted network of farmers and producers and go through a strict quality control.
Bathing Too Much
Cats have been designed by Mother Nature to clean their coat on the daily basis, many time a day. If we start bathing our cats too often, the battered-looking coat could be the first sign of telling us to stop it. Frequent bathing may deprive your pet of oils and emollients that are naturally secreted by the skin.
FACT: Bathing is not a good control mechanism for cat’s dander or flees.
Our cats are equal family members who call for attention and love and care. Cat’s healthy looking coat is a sign of its well-being and health. Keep in mind the above points about food source, cat’s age and bathing frequency of your furry friend – all are part of the well-balanced equation of your pet’s coat looks and luster. Usually, with the right foods and snacks, your cat will thrive and show it off with an amazing quality of its coat.
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