I agree, cats have been companions for decades but they spent most of their time outside.
I'm sure that you know, the litter box, a fairly recent invention, enabled cats to live their lives indoors. As a result, some cats do live well into their 20's. My furbabies are indoor only. Because they cannot supplement their diet by hunting, they are dependent on how & what I feed them.
I'm sure that you feel the same...we want our furbabies to have the best lives that we can give them.
Their food is a major component of their wellbeing.
I am under my furbabies spell. PS...How do you store the food for your two headed cat? Great picture.
Originally Posted by 5catsandcountin
We store ours in a large plastic bin made for catfood. OIur cats love to watch us fill it up as well.
I would not worry about freshness...I have a girlfriend who had two cats live to be 20-21 and she kept a large bag of the cheapest food open, wide open...and her cats were always very healthy.
Point, humans have been keeping cats as pets for decades and they did pretty darn well...plastic bins and all the health food are relatively new...having air get to the food is not going to kill our cats....sometimes I think we fret too much.