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Wet Foods for Cats

Canned wet cat food has considerably higher moisture content than dry food/ kibbles. Since cats often get dehydrated because of their low thirst drive, your feline will benefit from wet food.

Adding on, if your cat is overweight, switching to a wet food diet can aid weight loss.

Can't decide which delectable deliciousness served in a can you should get? We recommend getting Finesse Grain-free Wet Cat Food. Why? Formulated by feline nutritional experts, it’s grain-free, easy to digest, and low in crude fat. In sum, Finesse’s wet food is made up of carefully selected natural ingredients to optimise the nutrition of cats of all ages.

Cats love wet food because it is delicious and nutritious. Its high moisture content and easy-to-digest proteins will help you to keep your furry companion energetic and healthy. Nourishing wet food is the best choice for cats with sensitive stomachs, urinary tract problems, diabetes, or kidney disease.

Cats don’t like food that is too hot or too cold, so it’s best to serve wet food at room temperature. Important note: make sure that your cat eats its wet food in about 30 minutes to prevent the food from going bad.

It is good to feed cats wet food daily to keep them happy and healthy. Of course, if your cat has a special medical condition, you should consult your vet for feeding recommendations.

You can give a mix of dry and wet foods to cats to balance the benefits of both options. This can be especially useful for cats that need higher water intake, but love to eat dry food.

As cans of wet food from different brands may vary, we recommend that you read the feeding guide that is printed on the food packaging. But bear in mind that such feeding guide are just general guidelines.

The amount of wet food that a cat needs to eat per day is determined by multiple factors. Some factors that you should consider include your cat’s developmental stage (e.g. kitten, adult, elderly), medical condition (e.g. healthy, ill, pregnant), and weight (i.e how heavy your cat is).

As always, veterinarians will be able to offer more specific suggestions that are tailored to your cat’s health history.

-High moisture content to increase your cat’s water intake.

-Easier to chew and digest than dry food, so it’s awesome for cats with sensitive stomachs.

-Beneficial for weight loss as wet food typically contains fewer calories than dry food.