All cats, big or little, are obligate carnivores. This means that they are in a special class of animals that require a diet of the flesh of other animals. Small cats have the same basic nutritional requirements as big cats. It is only the size of their prey that differs. Both evolved as predators, completely adapted to a raw meat diet. Whether the cats are big or small, they don’t eat foods based on vegetables or grain.
Big cat, little cat:
- Adapted to a raw, prey-based diet
- Get most of their fluids from their food
- Limited ability to digest carbohydrates
- Teeth and jaws designed to eat the flesh
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