Having read several links with reviews about cat food, and knowing that many cats die from kidney failure, I wonder if anyone know for sure what food is good for cats. Most cat foods say on the package that they contain all the ingredients cats need, so who to trust and who not?
I assume most cat owners do their best to feed the right diet, but still, there are some who just buy whatever they see in the supermarket and think that's OK - and it might be.
Cats in the nature eat mice, birds and other little critters they can catch, but then, they don't have much choice, and certainly not which flavour. They simply want to survive.
I know many vets say that dry food is the best, and I'm aware that cats with certain health issues need a special diet, but as someone said, wet food has water in it, and they need that. It's often very difficult to keep a check on how much they drink.
Is there a statistic on cats who live to be 18 or older, I mean what kind of food did they eat all their lives?