Organic food has been making a name for itself among cat products for several years. If the frenzy has been timid until now, the evolution of French people’s practices and consumption patterns is also beginning to be found in their dealings with their pets. Choosing organic food for your little cat is an ethical and responsible choice that respects the environment, but above all for the animal’s health and well-being. If you’re still in doubt, discover our 4 unstoppable arguments.
Organic cat food: What does it mean?
If organic food is now firmly in the habits of the French, organic food for male cats is increasingly becoming a trendy item. Admittedly, we can speak of fashion, but organic food is above all a health choice that contributes to the well-being of our little cats. While it’s often more expensive to buy than conventional food, organic food helps maintain the good balance of our little friends, thanks to its quality composition and meticulous respect for cats’ nutritional needs.
Chemical-free, non-GMO, fertilizer-free and pesticide-free, these croquettes and patés are indeed subject to stricter restrictions on composition and quality. Organic croquettes, pates and treats are really beneficial for the animal on a daily basis and contribute to its health and well-being.
Organic cat food: 4 unstoppable arguments
Offering your cat organic food is an excellent choice. Are you in doubt Here are our 4 unstoppable arguments to prove to you.
Argument n°1: a quality composition
Organic animal feed is subject to the requirements of the organic farming label. As a result, by offering these types of products to your cat, you ensure that it is fed pesticide and chemical free. In addition, breeding criteria for organic farm animals are stricter and more rigorous, both in terms of their nutrition and conditions and quality of life. These food products are also designed to stringent manufacturing standards that are more respectful of the preservation of ingredients and the nutritional contributions of each ingredient.
By choosing organic food for your cat, you choose quality food that respects animals and the environment. Eating better also means needing smaller amounts to meet your needs in terms of nutritional balance. Thus, the cat is better fed and fed with a more complete, high quality and satisfying food.
Argument n°2: positive effects on animal health
The benefits of organic food on cat health are known. In the area of three weeks of daily consumption, beneficial effects are already visible in about 85% of tom testers.
Here are the observed benefits on the health of the cat:
- a healthier, more beautiful, fuller epidermis, protected from the risk of allergies due to the absence of chemical and artificial products, chemically processed or genetically modified foods, sugars, dyes and synthetic fragrances;
- a softer, stronger and brighter coating;
- better digestion and reduction in digestive disorders, thanks to the high-quality fiber content;
- better passage, also thanks to the quality fibers of these foods;
- the animal is more energetic, more toned, more dynamic and more playful, better overall;
- thanks to the good composition of foods and the more satiating effect of these quality diets, the risk of overweight and obesity is greatly reduced;
- A good diet that helps strengthen cats’ immunity against cat diseases.
Argument n°3: easier digestion
Organic foods, free from chemical and synthetic products, consist of first-choice foods with preserved nutritional qualities. As a result, the animal is no longer exposed to substances that cause bloating, vomiting, diarrhea or constipation. More digestible, organic food is better assimilated and the male cat’s passage is better, which increases his daily comfort.
Additionally, this facilitated digestion contributes to better overall shape – because it no longer loses unnecessary energy digesting complex foods – and reduces the risk of obesity – because quality fiber is more satiating.
Argument n°4: environmentally friendly advantages
We’ve mentioned these before, but choosing organic food for your little friend helps support organic farming and farming that is more concerned about the environment, animals and health.
Organic cat foods use less chemicals and artificial products in their production processes, have a more positive ecological impact on sustainable development and pollute much less than industrial products.
Where can I find organic cat food?
Organic food for our little parlor cats is starting to make way for itself alongside traditional products. Even though it is on the rise, it is still largely in the minority, mainly due to its higher prices. But buying these healthy products can save you multiple, even if it costs more. They are indeed more filling, meaning that the same amount of organic produce will be consumed much longer than a standard industrial product. In addition, they have better nutritional quality, which contributes to the health of the cat. As the animal is in better condition, it is less exposed to diseases and various health problems, which reduces the need for veterinary care. The gain is therefore very financial and proven above all for the health of the male cat. So why are you hesitating?
Organic products for cats are mostly found in pet stores, organic stores for humans, and online, although we’re starting to find them in supermarkets.
However, be careful what you buy, because there are organic and organic, as in products for humans. Some organic foods have a large organic logo, but the quality is not there. Manufacturers are sometimes shy about advertising a healthier diet if only one ingredient is organic. So be careful and take care to check product labels for the quality nutrients and truly organic ingredients your cat needs. The EU label is a good way to help you.