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How do I figure out how much my cats are getting of food, like how much each cat getting a day or ho

Author : Rodney

Submitted : 2018-02-13 19:46:59    Popularity:     

Tags: food  cat  figure  cats  share  

Each cat needs their own bowl, and needs to be on a feeding schedule. u should feed them at separate places. otherwise the dominant cat will eat as muc

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Each cat needs their own bowl, and needs to be on a feeding schedule.

u should feed them at separate places. otherwise the dominant cat will eat as much as he wants and the other one will starve

A video camera is about all I can think of. Get one with a motion sensor so it's not on all the time and use a computer to record if you get one that doesn't come with it's own software.

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The videos are very informative. These cams do exactly how I suggest you go about figuring this out with your cats. Night vision, super simple setup, they can be set to only record when there's activity, watch the recordings whenever you have time to.

I understand your concern that maybe one of the cats is dominant over the other and food isn't being shared, the dominant one is eating most of it. If you find out that's going on you'll have to find a way to separate them and their food/feeding times somehow. Maybe by letting the dominant one outside so the other(s) get to eat?

If one cat is dominant and taking all of the food, then you'll need to separately feed them.

The bags usually give an intake recommendation based on size, age, and healthy weight of your cat. However, a veterinarian can weigh and feel your cat's ribs, etc to see how healthy it is, as well as looking at its gums, teeth, etc.

Let me encourage you to seek high quality Grain Free wet (canned) food for your cats instead. Cats are chronically dehydrated on dry food. Even the best dry food is garbage with usually less than 30% protein, even the best brands that say "No Grain". Your cat needs as close to its evolutionary prey diet nutrition as possible. A high quality pate cat food is the best you can get. Cats can drink all of the water they want, but it won't be enough to make up for the liquid in their food. They will never drink enough, and if they do drink all of the time, it is usually a sign of kidney failure, kidney disease, diabetes or thyroid disease. All of those illnesses stem from feeding dry food (aka kibble).

Cats did not evolve like dogs did. The concept of dry food was an attempt by dogfood manufacturers to use those same items for cats, and they did no research and did not care that cats have never eaten alongside men for thousands of years the way dogs have. Cats have lived alongside of us, hunting, not foraging through our leftovers, treats and garbage.

By feeding them separate meals out of their own bowls at specific times rather than free-feeding.



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