... consume much carbohydrate. Felis catus, like the larger Felidae, are strict carnivores. The only carbs the large cats consume come from the gut contents of their prey (herbivores). Felines typically don't eat bread, grains, seeds, pasta, rice, couscous... you get the point. Not to say that they won't eat these things, right? Cats, though much more discriminate than dogs, also enjoy food!
So I came home to find my cat chowing down on a zucchini-carrot muffin, which he stole from the bottom of my gym bag. Especially for a diabetic cat, muffins are really not the way to go!
He's voracious all right.
Things he'd eat in a second. How 'bout your cat?