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Royal Canin Urinary S/O Moderate Calorie Cat - Meal pouch
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Royal Canin Gastrointestinal Cat - Meal pouch
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Royal Canin Maine Coon Adult Wet - Cat Food
Specific Food Allergen Management FDW
GimCat ShinyCat Filet
Royal Canin Recovery Liquid Dog/Cat
Hill's c/d Multicare - Prescription Diet - Feline - Tin
Hill's c/d Multicare - Prescription Diet - Feline - Meal pouch
Animonda Carny Kitten Baby-Paté
Wet cat food is essential for your cat as it is packed with moisture, something that your cat desperately needs. Cats naturally do not drink a lot of water, which can lead to bladder and kidney problems. Feeding only dry kibble to your cat may not provide enough moisture, so it’s important to give them wet cat food as well. But what is the best wet cat food for your cat?
The Best Wet Cat Food
Firstly, it’s important to note that there is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to wet cat food. Every cat is different, just like all types of wet food. Therefore, it’s important to consider your cat’s individual needs when choosing the right wet food.
Cats are carnivores, and in the wild, they eat raw prey animals as these provide all the necessary nutrients. However, it’s not practical or desirable to bring raw mice or rabbits into your home to feed your cat. Therefore, you need to find wet cat food that meets your cat’s nutritional needs as closely as possible.
- Adequate protein for healthy muscles, organs, and skin
- Not too many carbohydrates to prevent food sensitivity
- Plenty of moisture in the food
- Sufficient variety
One example of wet cat food that meets these criteria is Almo Nature canned food. Almo Nature’s food is 100% cruelty-free and contains no chemical preservatives, artificial colours, or other chemical additives. This means that it contains a lot of meat per package, which is perfect for your cat’s needs.
Another example is Edgard & Cooper canned food. This wet food is grain-free, so it doesn’t contain many carbohydrates. The food is easily digestible, which is ‘friendly’ to your cat’s digestive system.
When your cat has been neutered or spayed, their nutritional needs change, and they may become more prone to weight gain. Adjusting their diet is a good idea, and Hill’s Science Plan Sterilised is a great example of food that meets these needs.
For even more different types of wet cat food, feel free to browse this page!