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Wet Food for Cats

Canned wet cat food includes considerably higher moisture content which is crucial for your cat’s hydration needs as they tend to avoid drinking water. Hence, wet food is great for cats with urinary tract problems, diabetes, or kidney disease. If your cat is having trouble losing weight, switching to a wet food diet can aid them to lose and maintain a healthy weight. In addition, wet food makes a great topper for dry kibble, and serves as an effective incentive when it comes to finicky eaters.  

Can't decide which delectable deliciousness served in a can you should get? We recommend getting Finesse Grain-free Wet Cat Food. Why? As it’s grain-free, easy to digest, low in crude fat and formulated by feline experts with carefully selected natural ingredients to provide your cats, of all ages in every stage of life with the nutritional values required for healthy growth.

1. Why do cats like wet food?

Cats love wet food because of the moisture content and easy-to-digest proteins. It's the best choice for cats with sensitive stomachs. It is also particularly beneficial to cats that require plenty of water for diabetes or kidney disease. Cat Wet Food contains nutrients that taste good and provide your cats, of all ages in every stage of life for healthy growth.

2. How to feed your cat wet food?

Cats don’t like food if it is too hot or too cold, so it’s best to feed them at room temperature. When you give wet food to a cat, it is important that she eats it in about half an hour to prevent the food from going bad.

3. Is it good to give cats wet food every day?

It is good to feed your cat wet food daily to keep them hydrated. You can consult your vet for feeding recommendations.

4. Should I mix dry and wet cat food?

You can choose to 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.