Cats love to eat.
Biologically speaking they’re hunters, so it’s hardly surprising that their lives revolve around food. It’s in their DNA.
And while some cats may be fussy eaters, once you’ve got their diet just right, you’ll rarely find them missing mealtime.
‘Why is my cat always hungry?’ is a question we hear daily.
One of the main problems a pet parent can have with cat cravings is working out whether their kitten is hungry, or just plain greedy.
Cats can be notoriously difficult to read.
Around mealtimes you may notice them begging for food, even if they’ve just eaten, while some food-obsessed felines will actually eat until they’re sick.
Ensuring your cat receives the right amount of food is vital if they are to remain happy and healthy.
If your cat actually is hungry, it’s crucial you can spot the signs. If, on the other hand, they’re just greedy, you will need to nip it in the bud before you have an overeating problem on your hands.
This article will look at the reasons why your cat might be hungry, and how a high-quality diet can help with appetite issues.