Advantages of the combined food in the diet of adult cats
The average life span of a street cat is 6–7 years. A domestic cat is less susceptible to negative environmental factors that reduce its life expectancy, and with a favorable set of circumstances can live up to 20 years.
However, at the age of 7–8 years in the body of a domestic cat, aging processes are triggered, which lead to a significant deterioration in the quality of life and, consequently, a decrease in its duration. Continue reading
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