Cat Feeding Directory
You want to keep your cat healthy and frisky, and you know that good nutrition is essential. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about feeding your cat, and find answers to your questions about it.
What to do When Your Cat Won’t Eat
When your cat turns up its nose at its food, it’s not typical cat behavior. WebMD explains what it might mean when a feline stops eating.
Cat Dehydration: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments
WebMD discusses what causes dehydration in cats, how much water kitty needs, and how to treat dehydration.
Weaning a Kitten from Mother’s Milk to Solid Food
WebMD discusses weaning kittens from the beginning of this process to eventually introducing the kitten to solid food.
Cat Flatulence (Gas) Causes and Treatments
WebMD discusses how to control flatulence in cats and what might be causing it.
How to Read Cat Food Labels
WebMD offers advice on what to look for on cat food nutrition labels to help ensure that you’re getting the right nutrients for your cat.
Cat Vitamins and Supplements: Do They Work?
Just like people, cats need adequate vitamins and minerals to be healthy, and sometimes that means they need a vitamin or mineral supplement. WebMD helps you understand what types there are and how to find the right one.
What’s the Best Way to Feed a Cat?
The dos and don’ts of feeding your cat.
Homemade Cat Food and Raw Cat Food
For cat owners who want to make homemade cat food or try a raw cat food diet, WebMD provides ideas, tips, and important nutrition guidelines.
Slideshows & Images
Slideshow: Foods Your Cat Should Never Eat
WebMD's slideshow explains the most dangerous and toxic foods to your cat.
Slideshow: People Foods Cats Can Eat
Can you give your cat table scraps? Find out which people foods are safe to feed your feline pet -- and which ones to avoid.
Slideshow: Pet Treats Dos and Don'ts
Are pet treats healthy rewards or habit-forming junk? WebMD's slideshow helps you make the best choices for your cat or dog.