Cat Food Stocks List
|CENT||C||Central Garden & Pet Company||-0.30|
|CENTA||C||Central Garden & Pet Company - Class A Nonvoting||0.25|
|PAWZ||B||ProShares Pet Care ETF||3.71|
|PSCC||B||PowerShares S&P SmallCap Consumer Staples Portfolio||1.33|
|SIXS||B||6 Meridian Small Cap Equity ETF||1.3|
|XSLV||B||PowerShares S&P SmallCap Low Volatility Portfolio||1.14|
|FDM||C||First Trust DJ Select MicroCap ETF||0.88|
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Cat food is food for consumption by cats. Cats have specific requirements for their dietary nutrients. Certain nutrients, including many vitamins and amino acids, are degraded by the temperatures, pressures and chemical treatments used during manufacture, and hence must be added after manufacture to avoid nutritional deficiency. The amino acid taurine, for example, which is found in meat, is degraded during processing, so synthetic taurine is normally added afterwards. Long-term taurine deficiency may result in retinal degeneration, loss of vision, and cardiac arrest.
Contrary to popular belief, most cats dislike insects and probably eat them mistakenly which results in a bad stomach followed by vomiting.