If you're looking for a new food for your cats, you might want to check out this website which ranks cat food according to a cat's preferences.
When you choose a cat food for your cat, what influences your decision? Do you reflect on the ads that you've seen recently, or follow your vet's recommendation for a good food? Maybe you go online and read reviews of the best foods out there to help make your choice.
The website Cat Favorite Food may change your process. This website takes a different approach, rating cat food according to cats. Well, more accurately, according to one cat in particular - Sterling. Sterling the cat has been doing taste tests since July of 2015 in order to help determine the top foods, according to a cat's preferences.
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Each night, Sterling is given two bowls of different cat food. The bowl that he finishes first is determined to be the winner. If he consumes equal amounts of food out of both bowls, then the foods are tied. Then, each food receives a rating according to Sterling's preferences. The site also references the food's price per pound, and the amount of protein in each food.
If you peruse the website, you'll see major brands represented, including Purina, Blue Buffalo, Natural Balance, Wellness, and more. Both dry and wet foods are evaluated and rated. You can even order foods using convenient links right on the website.
If you're tired of bringing home new food for your cat, only to find that the food doesn't pass your cat's picky taste buds, this site might help. It's important to remember, though, that the foods are ranked based on only one cat's preferences. Other cats might have other favorites.
When you choose a food for your cat, it's also important to consider the ingredients and their sources. Even though some of these foods may taste great to cats, that doesn't necessarily mean that they're good for them. It's important to do your own research and talk with your vet as you choose a food for your cat.
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