Originally Posted by Elemental
I'm in agreement. A cat requires meat to live, but it is possible to replace that with a synthetic supplement.
But why? That's not exactly respecting the cat's wishes.
I don't think the cat cares, to be honest. It wants food that smells right. As a cat owner I want food that he'll eat and doesn't make him sick. I don't care how synthetic it is.
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