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Dr. Raasch Answers Questions and Iams Giveaway

Dr. Raasch from Iams Answers our Readers Questions.

Some of you asked questions about cat food ingredients, proteins and other concerns you might have about your cat’s nutritional requirements in our post Which Protein is Best for your Cat. Dr. Raasch from Iams  answered your questions  in a personalized video.  Our Friends Jayme and Maya’s questions are addressed in the first video.

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In this second video, our friends from PetsWeekly, Elizabeth Flynn and Pet News and Views have their questions answered by Dr. Raasch.

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Thank you for watching the videos and wanting to understand more about the importance of protein in your cat’s diet.

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  • Jessica Miller

    I liked the advice for making treats the “prey” for the person who has one larger cat and one slender cat. We have a similar situation with our two kitties, and I always worry about our petite little girl getting enough nutrients.
    jjak2003 at gmail dot com

  • http://twitter.com/RunInBoise Boise Runner

    hiding treats is a good idea.

  • patty h

    I will use the trick about hiding some treats… Thanks so much

  • http://twitter.com/LauraFromOhio Laura B.

    Our cat is definitely a stalker. Hiding treats for him to stalk sounds like a fun activity to distract him from his chipmunk and rodent stalking he currently he enjoys.

  • http://www.facebook.com/sbrandes Sue Brandes

    I thought that was interesting about hiding treats too. And you could call and talk to someone there about their foods. I have never heard of a company that does that. Thanks for the giveaway,
    katsrus(at)gmail(dot)com

  • Danielle Murgia

    I like the idea of hiding the treats around the house but the problem is the dog will find them first. The dog learned how to use the kitty treat dispenser before the cat did. Maybe we can try hiding them in a room and leaving the dog in another room

    • http://conservationcubclub.com/ Gracey, The Tiniest Tiger

      Super Hurrah! You are a winner of the Iams Giveaway! Look for my email. xoxox Gracey

    • http://conservationcubclub.com/ Gracey, The Tiniest Tiger

      Super Hurrah! You are a winner of the Iams Giveway! Check your email for a message from me. xoxo Gracey

  • http://twitter.com/Crystal11 Crystal Ward

    I learned that cats can enjoy treats more if they have to “hunt” for them!
    CrystalW07 at aol.com

  • tannawings

    I learned that for a lean cat that you might be worried about getting too thin to give them more treats by using the cats stalking behaviors – hiding treats and keeping them interested. This was interesting because I do have one that is very lean- I am going to try this in addition to her regular treats and maybe the overweight ones will be too lazy to find the treats!

    tannawings at gmail dot com

  • Shadow Dance Ranch Kittehs

    We learned that we need to eat *big* kitteh food and not kitten food, no matter how much we like it. We also learned the bad news about not so many treats. We are sads now :( Thanks goodness she did say anything bad about catnip or Momma would take that away too.

    • http://conservationcubclub.com/ Gracey, The Tiniest Tiger

      Super Hurrah! You are a winner of the Iams Giveaway!!! Look for my email! xoxox Gracey

      • http://www.facebook.com/ShadowDanceRanch Elizabeth Flynn

        Hurrah! Thank you so much, Gracey. We got your email and sent back our address. Hope you and your Mom and Dad are doing ok with all this weather back there. We love you :) xoxoxo Elizabeth and the Shadow Dance Ranch Kittehs

    • http://conservationcubclub.com/ Gracey, The Tiniest Tiger

      Super Hurrah! You are a winner of the Iams Giveaway! Check your email for a message from me! xoxo Gracey

  • Elaine H

    Hiding cat treats around the house is a wonderful idea! My two cats are( pardon the pun) “little tigers” and have a very high hunting instinct;even a bug draws out their fierce side. This is a great way to reward my cats during their nightly prowl time.

  • Amy Orvin

    I learned that you should limit treats because of the high calories.

  • Candice S.

    That no matter how yummy your mature cats think Kitten food is ,you should not feed it to them ( it has a high fat content that’s just or kittens).

  • Michelle Spayde

    I think that it’s a great idea to hide food treats around the house for our cats! That’s really something I hadn’t thought of.

  • Magwhisk

    I learned to hide treats for their natural hunting instincts! Great idea! Thanks!

  • http://twitter.com/kevinbe1 Kevin Bell

    I learned not to feed my older cat Kitten food! I never thought it would really matter!

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