Holistic Cat Food

by Pet Coupon Savings on September 16, 2013

A lot of people confuse holistic cat food with organic cat food. However, the two are very different. There are several benefits to feeding your cat a holistic cat food. Remember, the better quality food you feed your cat the healthier he will be!

Holistic food focuses on your pets overall health instead of one specific system. You will also find that holistic food helps your pet’s mind as well as body.

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Benefits of Holistic Cat Food

Helps the Digestive System. Food that contains fillers is not that easy for cats to digest. This can end up causing your pet stomach pains, constipated or bad diarrhea. Holistic cat food does not cause these common digestive issues.

Stronger Immune System. We all want our furry friends to live a healthy and long life. Holistic food helps your cat to build a stronger immune system. A healthy immune system will help your cat fight off cancer, heart disease, digestive problems and other health issues. This will in turn help your cat live longer with a much better quality of life!

It Costs Less! If you have looked at the price tag of holistic cat food lately, then you probably find this hard to believe. However, holistic food can save you money in more than one way. Feeding your cat a high quality food gives your pet a better chance at a healthier life. Having a healthy cat means fewer trips to the vet! We all know how expensive those vet trips can be. Even though the price tag of holistic food is more expensive than commercialized food, your cat will need to eat less food. Each serving of food is filled with all natural ingredients instead of fillers and by products.

Holistic Cat Food Brands:

The selections when it comes to holistic food is limited but the brands listed above are well-known and great brands!

So is holistic cat food just a trend or are pet owners truly using this approach? More and more pet owners are switching their pets to a holistic diet. If you are still unsure about a holistic diet for your cat, talk to your vet. Your vet should be able to answer any questions you may have and help you make an informed decision.

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Stacie @ The Divine Miss Mommy September 18, 2013 at 9:08 AM

Interesting. I had no idea that there was a difference between the two.

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Allyson Bossie September 18, 2013 at 10:02 AM

We don’t have a cat, so this doesn’t exactly apply to us, but I do feed my dog an all meat diet. We give him taste of the wild which has zero fillers. My dog had severe arthritis, a skin allergy, and he was just miserable. Vets kept prescribing meds, but nothing worked. Diet alone cured both is arthritis and his skin issues. IT was all caused by grains and corn, fillers, and bi products in the expensive dog foods you find at the pet store. Unless it has no fillers and all meat, it’s not great for a dog who’s by nature a carnivore

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Pet Coupon Savings September 19, 2013 at 6:19 PM

Thanks for sharing Allyson! I’m so glad you found what works for your dog. :) I’ve heard great things about Taste of the Wild.

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Amy September 18, 2013 at 12:08 PM

Wow, I didnt even know there was Holistic food… And defiantly had no clue there was a difference in that and organic. Thank you so much for sharing!

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Pet Coupon Savings September 19, 2013 at 6:13 PM

Thanks for stopping by Amy.

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Brynn @ MommyDigger.com September 18, 2013 at 12:58 PM

Thank you for the information, I have two cats so I’m definitely going to look into this.

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Pet Coupon Savings September 19, 2013 at 6:13 PM

You’re welcome Brynn. Thanks for stopping by. :)

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