Since our second year of breeding, we have donated monthly to the Winn Feline Foundation to support health research in cats. We donate to the following funds: FIP and HCM. We are exploring starting a dedicated fund for PKD research.
Donating is easy and can be accomplished on an automatic monthly donation via paypal!
Diet is the brick and mortar of health. This web page lays out some often-ignored principles of feline nutrition and explains why cats have a better chance at optimal health if they are fed canned food (or a balanced homemade diet) instead of dry kibble. Lisa A. Pierson, DVM
FNAE was founded to educate pet caretakers about the unequivocal science backing a high-protein, moderate-fat, low-carbohydrate, grain-free canned or raw food species-appropriate diet for our carnivorous domestic cats.Evidence that a wet, high-meat-protein diet plays a critical role in the overall well-being and health of obligate carnivores, such as cats (both big and small), is now coming to the forefront of veterinary science and into our kitchens.Many feline diseases such as Diabetes, Obesity, Urinary Tract Disorders, Chronic Renal Disease, and Irritable Bowel Syndrome can be directly attributed to low moisture, low-protein, and high-carbohydrate levels that plague todayÃ¢Â€Â™s commercially prepared dry cat foods.
The wildcat (Felis silvestris) is a small cat found throughout most of Africa, Europe, and southwest and central Asia into India, China, and Mongolia. Because of its wide range, it is classed by the IUCN as Least Concern. However, crossbreeding with domestic cats is extensive and has occurred throughout almost the entirety of the species' range (Wikipedia).