Can I ask why you have two different accounts influencer/influencer 2?
You obviously haven't read the information supplied by leading Veternarian Andrew Knight. http://www.vegepets.info-
Go and read it!
From another thread I have learnt that vegepets presents themselves as a less that reputable company who have a number of pieces of false info on their website and have in the past deliberately missed essential nutrients out of their food. I would rather listed to a number of unbiased scientists and nutrionists than one vet employed by vegepets.
You are falling for the Marketing that mass producing cat food manufacturers push-
Nope. If I was doing that then I would feed my cat manufactured food, I don't.
try looking at the nutritional breakdown of any cat food containg meat and then look at a brand without meat- the veg alternative-its almost identical- the vitamins and nutrients don't come from the meat- they're only put in there-usually in their waste format- to fool the consumer and to add to the taste.
I could make paper nutrionally complete, would you feed that to your cat? We can add all the nutrients you like but it makes no difference to the overall quality and digestability of the food. A cat cannot process plant matter that well and this puts an unnecessary strain on the body which can lead to organ failure and cancer. Some synthetic nutrients cannot be absorbed and utalized as well as natural ones, some can be harmful to dogs and cats.
If we took the same arguement that you use for artificially created alternatives and applied it to humans,we'd still be living in caves and living only in to our 20's
The comparison between cats and humans is simply not there. Humans do fine without animal products in their diet without the need for synthetic nutrition (apart from b12 but thats complecated) Cats are 100% carnivores and can no way live naturally without meat.
That's what evolution is- development and advancement.
Yes but you are never going to be able to 'develop and advance' the cat into a herbivore within the next millenia.
And don't question my ability to take care of my cats.
I don't think I ever did that