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Not all cat's genetically have a glossy, shiny coat. However, all healthy cat's should have soft fur and some shine, but not dry, brittle or rough feeling.
This usually is a sign of malnutrition; from not eating a balanced diet.
Your budget will determine what you can feed your cat, but the better quality of the food, the better health your cat will have. Look for a dry food with No Corn or very little corn in it. Our pets can't digest corn properly, thus allowing it and the nutrition in the food to pass right through.
|Sheri Ann Richerson|