'Kitty Grub' Shares Easy, Rewarding Home Cooking for Cats
"In today's world cats have become obese. They have so many health issues. We have veered off course and forgotten that cats are carnivores. We provide dehydrated, processed pebbles that do not even resemble anything edible. Many cats have become zombies, eating out of habit rather than hunger. We are all animals. Some of us walk on four legs and some walk on two legs. For mind and body to achieve their fullest potential, wholesome nutrition is required. People are confused about food in general but especially about pet food. This book simplifies what pet food is and what it should be."
"Kitty Grub" allows readers to get back to the cat's nutritional basics. In this book, Edalati guides pet owners on how to provide proper food diet to their feline companions. The book details a range of cat behaviors and health disorders that owners should pay attention to.
Drawing from her experience as a farm owner, Edalati also shares easy home cooking tips that are both economically suitable for owners and nutritionally rewarding for pets.
By Rudy Edalati
Hardcover | 5.5 x 8.5in | 114 pages | ISBN 9781452598970
Softcover | 5.5 x 8.5in | 114 pages | ISBN 9781452598956
E-Book | 114 pages | ISBN 9781452598963
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Rudy Edalati is a pet chef who lives and works in her farm in Maryland called Barking Holler. She runs a catering company called Barkers Grub that provides homemade diets for cats and dogs. Her passion goes beyond food- it extends to rescue and rehabilitation of many different animals.
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