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  1. The reason a vet will recommend a diet that is in clinic is because it has been formulated by vets and trials and is a better option for owners to feed then raw diet has the possibility of spreading e. coli and your cats going to have issues if you feed it cheap ass Friskies which is equivalent to McDonalds. Also your making fun of people for feeding a Chihuahua a raw diet, but are encouraging cats to be plant based?? Cats are very susceptible to life threating situations if you mess with their diet. Not enough water intake, kidney disease and urinary blockages. No meat or grain free, means no taurine or very minimal which means heart issues specifically DCM. Pet food isn't regulated like most people foods. Cats cannot break down plant material like people. If your cat eats grass it's going to vomit it back up or shit it out in it's full form. I'm a veterinary assistant in a ER speciality hospital and it's honestly terrifying to think cats on a plant based diet is an actual consideration. Feed your cat fucking meat people, or get ready to then spend tons of money at the vet for acute illnesses from not proper nutrition.

  2. Well done guys ! I am definitely subscribing & sharing! Keep doing what you are doing, we sure have our work cut out for us ! I'm glad you addressed the quailty of food & cost issue . People really shouldnt be having children or pets if they cant commit to learning & applying knowledge in feeding them quality not quantity of processed garbage. With the whole plant based vegan food it is so much more nutrient dense & fiber dense, they do not need the same quantity of cheap filler foods & desirable blood sugar & energy level is maintained. You will also be pleasantly amazed how the odour of their urine & feces diminishes to next to no odour at all. Thanks for all you do ! #VeganLoveForAll πŸ™ŒπŸ½πŸ’–πŸ˜˜πŸΆπŸ±πŸŒΏ

  3. Yes ! We all need certain nutrients suitable to our species needs however in their more natural not so processed form . As we know, all carbohydrates are NOT the same. When it comes to ingedients, commercial food often contains ingredients of animals that even a "wild" dog or cat would never kill in nature. Really cat food should be made out of rodents, but it is made & marketed to humans for their pets. The fact is the "products" which are actual gmo diseased decaying suffered flesh in animal ag industry whicu have been rendered poisonous ! The pet food is made with animal grade garbage , that isnt good enough for human food grade & we already know even human grade commercial 'food' is poisoned with toxins ! All my rescues, dogs & cats are on vegan diets & doing wonderful. Of course I am into studying & researching nutrition & I access the experts. You were referenced for me Dr.Sarah πŸ˜€. Anyways people need to know how these foods are made & even prescription diets are,made from animal waste , entrails, 'expired' meat from grocery stores still in styrofoam, euthanized animals often with collars on, roadkill etc that go to rendering plants. They're all owned by MARS & NESTLE WHO DONT CARE ABOUT NUTRITION & WELL BEING. I make sure all my animal rescues go vegan for nutritional & ethical reasons.. The industries should not be allowed to get away with all they are doing! They are greedy scum, let's stop supporting these greedy corporates who do not care about any of us, any species or the planet ! The quality of the 'meat' food for pets is so low, they have to add synthetic taurine anyways! So it's no different if we have to add it to vegan food as Dr Sarah said, thank you ! πŸ‘πŸΌπŸ˜˜πŸ˜˜πŸ˜˜πŸ˜˜πŸΆπŸ•πŸ±πŸˆπŸ™πŸΌπŸŒΏπŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–

  4. Good show! Idea for a future video – brainstorm ways to creatively humiliate the f*ck out of dairy farmers for their perverted, demented treatment of cattle, and in a very noticeable ways, so that the general public may finally begin to understand just how sick dairy farming truly is and dairy farmers truly are. (I'm in cow mode currently. Posting a Dairy Farming video tomorrow.) Peace.

  5. My two rescue dogs "turned vegan" shortly after I did, when they were roughly seven years old, and they both lived to 15. When one developed a heart condition a year before she died (of kidney failure), in order to know what her sodium intake was, I started feeding them the same whole foods I would have eaten myself. Oatmeal in the morning, fruit and uncooked veggies during the day for snacks, and rice, beans, cooked veggies, nuts, seeds, etc, for dinner. I would supplement with some things, but super easy. Aside from age-related issues, they were very healthy, happy dogs, and lived pretty long lives for dogs. My vets never were happy the dogs were vegan, and none knew about nutrition for dogs. For years they ate vegan kibble, loved it, which had all the nutrients they needed. I actually ate much better when I was cooking for them, because instead of my processed vegan junk food I normally ate, I would make enough whole foods for all of us. Since they've died, my diet has reverted to junk, unfortunately. And my little one with the heart condition lived six months beyond the vet's for-sure death date. The kidney failure snuck up on us, so I don't know what I could have done diet-wise for that. But as a vegan, I couldn't justify feeding animals to my animals, so it was a no-brainer once that clicked in my brain. Great topic. Dr. Sarah is great.

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