Feeding Your Cat – Dry Food Or Wet Food?

At ROYAL CANIN®, we make both dry and wet cat food – so you may be wondering which we recommend for your cat. Read on to find out more.

Both wet and dry food have their benefits

Ultimately, both kinds of food have different benefits for your cat.

You may choose dry food because:

  • It can be designed to help support dental health
  • It can be left out for your cat to graze on as it can’t dry out

You may choose wet food because:royal-canin-cat-eats-grass

  • It helps to increase water intake, if this is a concern
  • It may be preferred by your cat

As long as the cat food you choose is nutritionally complete, either option will provide all the essential nutrients they need so you won’t need to add anything else.

At ROYAL CANIN® we believe every cat is unique and deserves a nutritional programme that respects their individual requirements and preferences, to help bring out their very best.  So we offer you the choice and, whether you opt for wet or dry, you will find a ROYAL CANIN® food tailored to your cat’s specific needs, with exceptional palatability and digestibility.

Best of both worlds?

Another option is to feed your cat a combination of both wet and dry cat food. Many owners choose to do this and it may be that this is the best solution for your cat. But be careful that this doesn’t lead to overfeeding – look to the feeding instructions for guidance on combination feeding.

If you’re unsure which kind of food or diet would be better for your cat, it’s always wise to consult your vet.

Want to know more?

Hopefully this helped you understand the differences between dry and wet cat food. However, if you have another question about dry or wet cat food, what kind of diet is right for your cat or any other questions about cats then we’d like to help. Submit your question below.

 

 

 

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