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Everyone around here knows how much I love my curious cat friends. How can’t I? They are cuddle monsters, my best little furry friends. I don’t know what I would do without them. I love my curious cats. They might always be getting into everything, trying to find all of the little secrets in my house while also digging through every new box and bag in the house, but that is what I love so very much. While I am also a dog lover and have been my whole life I have also been a cat lover for man, many years. I find it interesting that pet cats outnumber pet dogs by 12 million here in the United States.
Royal Canin®, a global leader in Feline Health Nutrition, recently released the results of a national survey of cat owners to dispel myths and better understand the relationship between felines and their owners. They created this awesome infographic that has some really interesting facts and statistics on it that you might find interesting. I know I did.
Curious Cats Infographic
As you may have seen on the infographic right now if you go to Royal Canin’s Facebook Page you can get yourself an awesome $7 coupon to print off. I know I am printing off this coupon to switch my kitties over to this food. I admit I have fallen to prey on not knowing the perfect thing to feed my cats. The Royal Canin product line offers a range of diets based on size, age, breed, lifestyle and special needs. Royal Canin diets are available at veterinary hospitals and pet specialty stores nationwide.
I feed them based on their age, and the fact that they are indoor cats. I will be seeing if the vet can tell me what breeds they are since I have never been told what breeds they are. I am just glad that my kitties that were once strays are now strong and healthy with a loving home.