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Orthodox Wisdom Says to Restrict This as Your Pet Ages – Study Says Don’t – Healthypets.mercola.com

There are some misconceptions about senior cat nutrition that have been true to many of us for a really long time.

Dr. Karen Shaw Becker of Healthypets.mercola.com has done a fantastic job with this article on aging cat nutrition.

DID YOU KNOW: Your cat is considered a senior when they are SEVEN to TEN years old.

As your cat enters their golden years, we, as cat guardians, have to do everything we can to support their changing nutrition needs.

The article is based on Dr. Delmar Finco’s paper on Effects of Dietary Protein Intake on Renal Functions.

Dr. Shaw, however, explains in it a more digestible way.

Read: Orthodox Wisdom Says to Restrict This as Your Pet Ages — Study Says Don’t