If your older cat keeps eating your younger cat’s food you may be wondering what you can do to stop this from happening (Click here to see my best solution, on Amazon #Ad).
Why does my older cat eat the kitten’s food?
Older cats will eat your kitten’s food simply because it smells nice, looks appealing, and is in their vicinity. It is an easy opportunity that some cats just can’t resist. And, your kitten is not likely to be able to do much to stop it.
So, now you know why this is happening. But, what can you do to stop it? Is it OK for an adult cat to eat kitten food? Is kitten and adult cat food the same? Keep reading for these answers, and so much more.
How do I stop my older cat from eating the kitten’s food?
There are several ways that you can stop your older cat from eating (click here if it goes nuts after) your kitten’s food. Some easier to implement than others. Here are a few options: