Cats are obligate carnivores, which means their digestive systems are designed to process a meat-based diet. That said, a small number of fruits and vegetables can add interest to your cat’s diet and provide additional fiber, vitamins, and minerals. While some fruits and vegetables are safe for cats, others should never be offered. If you’re … Read more
Emma is a freelance writer, specializing in writing about pets, outdoor pursuits, and the environment. Originally from the UK, she has lived in Costa Rica and New Zealand before moving to a smallholding in Spain with her husband, their 4-year-old daughter, and their dogs, cats, horses, and poultry. When she’s not writing, Emma can be found taking her dogs for walks in the rolling fields around their home…and usually, at least some of the cats come along, too! Emma is passionate about rescuing animals and providing them with a new life after being abandoned or abused. As well as their own four rescue dogs, she also fosters dogs for re-homing, providing them with love and training while searching for their forever homes.