In 2016, cat adoption increased as more owners with more than one cat drove the demand for cat food. Owners usually purchase and keep at least one carton of 24 pouches or 48 pouches of wet cat food at home. Other than stray cats adopted as pets, there has been increased interest in special breed cats from other countries. Persian, Javanese, Burmese, Siamese and Somali cats, among others, are available at premium prices. Many pet shops and pet superstores offer different breeds from overseas, whi...
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