Feeding your adult cat
When your cat grows into an adult it can be confusing for an owner to choose a good quality of food which is full of the correct vitamins.
An adult cat will need two meals a day and if your cat has a healthy appetite, it is easier for you to train it to eat regular meals with a measured amount of the food. By keeping an eye on the amount of food you give your cat, it will help you to recognise when your cat is off its food.
When you are buying your cat food you need to read the manufacturers label and only set out the amount recommended on the tin or packet.
If your cat is a little chubby and is a lazy cat, reduce your portion a little but if you have a thin cat you may need to increase the portions. Adjust your portions as required, but if you are worried ask your local veterinary surgeon for further advice.
Important Rules to follow:
Always have clean water in a bowl as it is essential for your adult cat to have water for its bodily functions. You must also change the water on a daily basis.
Make sure all the bowls are cleaned with soap and water, rinsed and dried thoroughly.