Preparing a home-made diet can be time consuming and a bit of a challenge, especially for a cat. Most cats and some dogs can be very fussy and don’t like a sudden change of a diet. We have found however that if new foods are gradually introduced (see Daisy’s case) they are generally accepting of the switch. We all know that eating only processed food from cans, boxes and bags is bad for us. None of us could live on McDonald’s hamburgers or breakfast cereal for our entire lives. This is exactly the same for our fluffy friends. It is important to feed them fresh, whole foods and not toxic processed and preserved foods. The popularity of commercial pet foods is due mainly to convenience factors and a continuous barrage of brain-washing by big corporations in the form of advertising. Pre-made raw frozen foods, as well as freeze-dried and dehydrated varieties available for those who are too busy to make their own fresh foods . Dr. KK will discuss your fluffy’s diet and any special dietary needs she would recommend based on their disease patten during your initial consultation.