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A cat that lives on a farm may or may not have access to fresh food every day. Instead, it may eat meat scraps, produce from the farm’s garden or any other available food sources.
Cats are predators and require a high-quality diet that includes proteins and essential vitamins and minerals. Therefore, if fed a diet consisting primarily of animal products (meat, poultry etc.), they may not get the necessary nutrients they need if they’re also living on a farm where those meats often contain low levels of protein and other important minerals.
If your cat lives on a farm and has adequate access to fresh water that isn’t contaminated with livestock waste (or anything else), then there shouldn’t be any major concerns. However, in some cases – especially if the feline spends significant amounts of time outdoors – manure can contain harmful elements that could potentially harm your cat’s health should it ingest it in significant quantities.
If you are seeking a brightly colored bird, then the Malayan Rock hen is probably what you are after. These hens are known for their striking combination of purple and yellow feathers. Other bold colors that often appear on roosters include blue, green, and red. Whether these colors are incidental or deliberate is hard to say – but they sure do make for an eye-catching pet!
Aside from coloration, there is also a great deal of variation in how roosters look (and acting) around people and animals. Some birds are quite docile while others can be quite spirited – it all depends on the particular bird’s personality! And finally yes, some roosters ARE definitely noisy!! But if that sounds like your cup of tea then by all means go ahead and get yourself one of these funny little birds!
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