Do you give your kitty some wet food on a regular basis?
Most cat owners think of wet food as a ‘treat’ and reserve it for special occasions. However, your cat needs wet food more than you think she does.
In this blog post, I will go through everything you need to know about feeding wet food to your kitty.
Let’s get started.
How Much Wet Food Is Safe to Give to Cats?
Before you make any changes or tweaks to your cat’s diet, make sure that you talk to your vet first as he knows your kitty’s needs better than you do—no offense, though.
You should give your cat wet food on a daily basis.
In fact, you should give your average-sized adult cat one 3-ounce can per 3 to 3-1/2 pounds of body weight of wet food.
This, however, should be adjusted according to the dry food or kibble that you feed your cat as well.
Storing Wet Cat Food
You can store wet cat food in your fridge in a sealed container to keep it fresh for up to three days. unopened cans of wet food can also be stored at room temperature without any problems.
Some Awesome Cat Foods
In this section of the blog, I’ll quickly overview some of the best wet cat foods available to buy.
Purina Friskies Canned Wet Cat Food: This food is made with real poultry, fish, and meat that cats just love. The best thing about this wet cat food is that it provides your cat with complete and balanced nutrition while catering to her taste buds!
Meow Mix Savory Morsels Wet Cat Food: This wet cat food is made of real Tuna and whole shrimp—something that cats absolutely love. This comes in easy to open cups and contains natural juices and flavors that your kitty just can’t resist
Blue Buffalo Healthy Gourmet Natural Adult Flaked Wet Cat Food: This cat food contains pieces of flaked chicken, Tuna, and fish. The food also contains healthy vegetables and fruits rich in antioxidants to ensure wholesome nutrition
Does your kitty like wet food? Let us know in the comments section.
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Absolutely feed my girls canned AND kibble. They’ve got to get that water! I’ve argued this point many times with my friend who has 4 cats on kibble only. It makes perfect sense if you think about it.
One of my cats won’t eat wet food. I wish he would, but when I offer it to him he takes a quick sniff and walks away.