We all want the best for our cats, and that starts with a great diet.
Dry Cat Food VS Wet Cat Food
Wet cat food has a high water content, ensuring your cat is getting enough water throughout the day. The extra moisture may also help cats with certain health conditions such as kidney disease and urinary tract disease. Wet food is also very tasty so it can tempt even the fussiest eaters.
Dry cat food is a less expensive option, it’s more convenient being easier to store and has a longer shelf life. Dry food is also much more abrasive and can help to clean your cat’s teeth and remove any plaque that may be developing.
By offering wet and dry food together or giving wet at one feeding time and dry at the other, you’ll be able to get the benefits of both diets if that’s what your cat needs.
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Should I Feed my Cat a Premium Food?
Premium diets are packed with all the key vitamins and nutrients to support your cats’ skin and coat, immunity, and overall health and wellbeing. Premium Cat Food will provide your feline companion with a ‘complete and balanced’ diet, most of these foods meet the guidelines by the AAFCO (The Association of American Feed Control) and are often vet recommended.
Read our ultimate guide to the best cat food to find out more about how to choose what's best for you and your cat's needs.