Cat Feeding: Cats, like other felines, are carnivores. In the wild, they devour the entire prey, including skin, internal organs, and bones and grasses that the prey has eaten. That way he gets the right nutritional balance.
Any change in food, even if it is just a brand of feed, should be done gradually, as sudden changes can cause diarrhea.
Cats that have free access to food can eat 10 to 20 small meals daily. Their diet requires a high level of fat and protein compared to dogs, and extra doses of the amino acids taurine, arginine, cysteine and methionine.