Can someone explain this to me? I don't get it. I guess for dogs, a veg*n diet wouldn't be harmful, because they're omnivorous. But I was looking on some vegan product website for makeup and I saw vegan catfood? Cats are carnivores. Every cat, in the history of history, has been built for a carnivorous diet. I'm all for humans not eating animals, because we have a choice and we're built in a way that a plant-only diet sustains us. Humans are not predators, we have to cage and drug our animals. Kitties are predators. They don't think, "Hey, it's not nice to eat this bird". They eat it because that's what their body tells them they need. If feeding your pet meat (or live insects, like in the case of lizards and amphibians) bothers you to the extent that you want to restrict their diet, get an herbivorous or omnivorous pet! Bunnies, birds, dogs, etc. are fine pets.
That's my thought. But I'd really like to know if any of you do this? If you do, could you please explain your reasoning? I really don't understand.