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The best thing is to provide your cat with raw meat - that is their natural diet anyway - IF you can find a reliable source of healthy meat. As Elmy stated in a comment, cooking changes meat (vegetables too) a lot. What comes out is very different from what comes in. So if you cannot provide raw meat, then go ahead with commercial food for cats. If the ...


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Just because a cat (male or female) is neutered doesn't automatically mean that it needs special food. The main risk after neutering is obesity, because neutered cats eat more and are less active than intact cats (Source: scientific study "Foods for Neutered Cats"). Of course obesity can lead to further health problems, but it's unlikely that a ...


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