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Wellness cat food recall information is available on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration website, at PetFoodTalk.com and Catster.com, as of 2015. Updated pet food recall information is also available on the Wellness Pe... More »

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CatChannel.com publishes current information about cat food recalls and alerts. This website has a list of pet food recalls with the date, recall reason, manufacturer response and a phone number or website that directs c... More »

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In 2012, Taste of the Wild cat food was included in an ongoing recall that involved salmonella-contaminated dog and cat foods, states About.com and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The contaminated pet foo... More »

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According to All Feline Hospital, cats are capable of not urinating for somewhere between 24 and 48 hours, even if the cat has recently had food or water. Indoor cats should ideally have access to a litter box at all tim... More »

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To care for a cat, you need food, cat litter, food and water bowls, a collar and a pet tag. You should schedule regular veterinarian visits to keep the cat healthy and up-to-date on all vaccinations. You should also play... More »

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According to WebMD, for most dry cat food brands, an adult cat needs to be fed just a little under a cup of food per day. An adult cat requires approximately 30 calories per pound of body weight each day. More »

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Pet cats eat commercial cat food that meets feline nutritional needs. This commercial food can be dry kibble that comes in a bag or wet food from a can or pouch. The diet can be supplemented with treats, which should com... More »

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