• Choose balanced diets suitable for your cat’s age. Kittens need high protein for energy. Older cats often need lower calories because they’re less active
  • See what Animal Welfare League NSW has to offer – we have quality animal food at competitive prices at our shelter and vet clinic. What you spend with us will help support our work
  • Animal Welfare League NSW believes that cats should be fed high-quality cat food. We sell balanced diets that are right for your cat’s age
  • Check with your vet about any special needs your cat may have – like a sensitive stomach or skin, control of weight or furballs
  • Don’t overfeed your cat. If cats get too fat this can make them very unhealthy
  • Kittens should be fed small meals regularly, perhaps three or four times a day. By around six months old, a cat can start eating two meals a day

What to avoid

  • Avoid feeding a cat table scraps – they can be high in calories, making your cat fat and unhealthy
  • Avoid oriental lilies as these can cause serious illness to cats
  • Avoid cooked bones or large animal bones – these can shatter and cause serious illness

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