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Stop Feeding Your Cat Diseased Food

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2014-01-26 11:37:26 - The Natural Cat food book has just been launched. It shows people how to make their own cat food, naturally and avoid the dangers of commercial cat food

In a world where cats are very much a part of our family, and for some like children, a new ebook launch is set to revolutionize pet care. Sadly there are few regulations when it comes to the ingredients used for commercial cat food and therefore there are some pretty scary things going into this food. In the pet industry the meat that goes into pet food is know as the 4 D’s, animals that are already dead, diseased, dying or disabled. The only way to really know exactly what your cat is eating is to make it yourself.

The Natural Cat Food book looks at why you should stop feeding your cat commercial cat food and start feeding it a

healthy and more natural diet, more in line with what they would eat in the ‘wild’. The book outlines how to do this easily and cheaply without having to keep a fresh stock of small rodents on hand!

The food is simple to prepare and is designed to provide the nutrition needed for your cat without all of the nasties that are included in commercial cat foods and pet meats. The book aims to reduce veterinary bills by providing a diet that helps your cat live happier, healthier and longer lives.

Written by Jessie Weatherley a passionate cat owner, who researched the book when she because dissatisfied with the quality of commercial cat food. She has been using this diet on her own cats for over 10 years with great success, but only this year has it become available on line in her new ebook.

The book aims to improve the quality of life of cats and reduce unnecessary veterinarian bills. The book can be purchased from Jessie’s website -

Press Information:
The Natural Cat Food Book

PO Box 77
Greensborough Vic 3088

Contact Person:
Jessie Weatherley
Phone: +61412699118
email: email


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