Organic Cat Food

BHA, BTA, by-products, hormones, antibiotics, and fillers are all found in commercial cat food, but they are not in organic cat food, making organic food the safe choice.

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Organic food isn’t just for humans. Now, your furry friends can enjoy the health benefits of organic food as well by eating organic cat food.
Just like organic human food, organic cat food is free from artificial additives, pesticides, chemicals, and genetically modified ingredients.
Cats enjoy many benefits when they switch to organic food. Organic cat food gives cats more energy and helps them maintain a healthy weight. They can also enjoy an improved immune system and even a longer life when they make the switch from non-organic food.
In addition, organic cat food is easy on your cat’s digestive system. Cats have a difficult time digesting chemicals and preservatives. This can lead to digestive problems, including vomiting and diarrhea. Since organic food is free from chemicals and artificial additives and fillers, your cat can enjoy his meals without worrying about indigestion.
You can get wet or dry organic food so your cat doesn’t have to change his eating habits to start eating organic. Look online for organic food to explore the multitude of organic choices. This will make it easy to find the perfect organic food for your cat.
Once you find the perfect food, follow the recommended feeding schedule so your kitty will get all of the nutrients he needs throughout the day.

Look for these brands that make organic cat food near you or online

Dr. Harvey's
Nutro
Rachel Ray Nutrish
Tropical Traditions






Look for organic cat food throughout the USA.




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Food Feud: This Just In
. . .  and I love cats, I love love love cats. What's the deal? I buy my cats non-vegan cat food because I love them so much. They're total carnivores, for heaven's sake. I can't understand it. Reply Delete Ingrid Improves November 7, 2011 at 10:17 PM  . . .


Food Feud: In Which I Mostly Avoid Delicious Temptation
. . .  1:48 PM Sarah, thanks again! Hie thee to some apples! Molly, do you know any good cat food treats I can make? Rose, thanks. Maybe I will bring a few into work so they can understand why I needed to not be there. Ha! Isobelle, oh yes they were.  . . .


What To Feed My Dogs? The Kind Life
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Food Feud: Monday Night Special
. . .  I ended up walking 3 miles (after a half hour bus ride) to pick up 30 lbs. of cat food and then hauled it all back home. I did laundry, swept, steam-mopped (and got pretty steamy myself), and cleaned the bathroom. After that all I took a  . . .


Down Home Vegan: October 2008
. . .  I made a small trip to Whole Foods (. One bag.), and picked up a bag each of cat food and kitten food, and I am effing tired. I did, however; pick up a bag of Whole Foods's 365 Everyday Value Vegan Chocolate Chips. I've been buying their  . . .


Food Feud: Karma
. . .  least look at the book if not buy it. However, I also remembered that I had to buy cat food and decided to do that on lunch break and wait until after work to get the book. But when I came back from work, the book was waiting for me! (This is  . . .


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. . .  Shiver To help out our itty-bitty kitty, I’ve been feeding her a high quality dry cat food (we prefer Purina One – the first ingredient is meat), but also including ample amounts of fermented dairy (homemade yogurt and kefir) and raw meat, esp  . . .


Joy The Baker Homemade Cat Treats
. . .  but not on a daily basis. 🙂 I suppose I couldn’t make your snacks with canned cat food because the smell of non-heated canned cat food already makes me choke a little, but i might give it a try with the meat baby food -.- Reply Margherita S. . . 


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Other Organic Pets & Animals Products

Birdseed


Birdseed

If you plan to feed organic bird seed to birds in the wild, keep your feeder cleaner. Feeders are often full of pesticides so you won’t get all of the benefits of an organic seed if you have a dirty bird feeder. Wash it before each feeding for the best results.

Bird Foods


Bird Foods

If your bird usually eats seeds, it might take him some time to transition to pellets. Mix pellets in with seeds at first. In addition, moisten the pellets until he gets used to the new consistency of his food. Once he gets used to them, he will start gobbling his pellets up.

Cat Litter


Cat Litter

Self-cleaning litter boxes are amazing, but there’s nothing amazing about dealing with litter that is stuck at the bottom of the box and inside of the cleaning mechanism. If you have a self-cleaning box, go with a corn based litter. This type of litter won’t stick so your box can stay clean without any hassle.

Pet Food


Pet Food

Don’t take a one size fits all approach to shopping for organic pet food. You need to buy food for your specific pet. Find food based on your pet’s stage of life. Also, keep any conditions such as kidney issues in mind when purchasing organic pet food. This will allow you to get the perfect food for your pet.

Pet Treats


Pet Treats

You can train all of your pets, including cats. Pet parents use treats to get their pets to complete a desired action. Dozens of treats can be used during a training session, so make sure you use organic treats so your pets don’t suffer from the side effects caused by inorganic treats.

Pet Beds


Pet Beds

Make sure you get the right size of bed for your pet. If your pet is under 20 pounds, go with a small bed. If he is 40 pounds or higher, a medium bed will be best. Large beds are great for pets that are 120 pounds or larger. The right size bed will help your pet get a great night’s sleep.

Cat Treats


Cat Treats

If you believe in feeding your cat organic treats, there is a good chance you also believe in protecting the environment. Double your good deed by buying organic treats in a recycled container. That way, you will reduce your carbon and waste footprints while feeding your kitty healthy treats that he will love.

Cat Beds


Cat Beds

If your cat suffers from allergies, an organic pet bed is just what the vet ordered. Organic cat beds don’t contain synthetic materials that cause allergic outbreaks, so your furry feline friend can finally get a good night’s sleep. Check out the various materials to find the bed that will be perfect for your pet.

Dog Treats


Dog Treats

Your dog should get most of her nutrition and caloric intake from her food – and an organic dog food is best! When it comes to organic treats, make them a special occurrence rather than a routine part of the day. Extras like treats and snacks should make up no more than 10% of your pup’s calories each day.

Dog Food


Dog Food

Nobody wants a stinky dog. Organic dog food is easier on your pup’s stomach, keeping bloating and gas (and its odor!) at bay. Another benefit? Scooping poop may be a bit more pleasant, as dogs on an organic diet often have less smelly waste, and less waste in general.

Dog Beds


Dog Beds

Why buy an organic dog bed? It will give your dog personal space and keep your best friend out of your own bed, freeing up room for you and keeping pet hair off of your bedding. Both you and your dog will be comfortable in your own beds, making for a more relaxing, restorative night of sleep – for everyone.