If You Feed Me Wet Cat Food - YouTube

Dry cat food is often touted as being better for dental health than wet food, but as mentioned, there’s very little conclusive evidence to support this. Cats don’t chew their food particularly thoroughly, which means that it’s actually unlikely that a dry food has the opportunity to scrape plaque from their teeth. Dry food is generally less expensive and it’s more convenient because you can buy it in a big bag and leave it out without it spoiling.

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I have done more research on the wonderful internet, and found many sites with pet owners telling the same or sad and painful stories of their not so lucky pets regarding dry food. It seams that dry food for cats, is becoming a big health issues. Now, don’t just take my word for it… look into it yourself. I can personally say that our 4 cats seam happier, more playful, love eating time and are drinking much less water. Cat’s normally don’t drink water, they get most of their fluids from eating prey… as they do in the wild. But you’ll find more out about that as you do your own research. Here are a few links to sites I found with information that I believe you will find very interesting regarding… Wet Cat Food vs. Dry Cat Food:

22 Hilarious Pictures Of Wet Cats | Bored Panda

of an animal sanctuary with lions, hugging them and getting big wet cat kisses at will. I have been feeding both wet and dry Purina Cat food for years. Within the past few months my adult boy cat refused to eat the wet food, Pro Plan. He is a big boy, healthy, and eats the dry food, Purina One. I chalked up his refusing to eat the wet food as being finicky. Then I got a feral cat a month ago whom I had spayed and had to keep inside for three weeks during the cold weather. I started feeding her both the wet and dry food. She seemed fine initially for the first five days, then she started having diarrhea and vomiting yellow bile. I thought it was due to the antibiotics I had her on for a respiratory infection. Well, I stopped the antibiotics one week ago. She no longer has a respiratory infection. She has been tested for Fluke and FIV, both are negative. She continues to vomit and have diarrhea.

Why Cats Need Canned Food | Little Big Cat

Cats aren’t big fans of getting wet, and giving a cat a bath can result in an angry feline and lots of cat scratches. In fact, cats can groom themselves continuously throughout the day and don’t need to be bathed every week. If your cat’s coat appears oily, discolored or smelly, it’s time to give your cat a good soak in the tub. There are several steps you can try to avoid cat scratches and help your cat tolerate a bath.

Top 10 Cats Who Love Water - CatTime


Cats everywhere are promising big changes for a taste of wet cat food. What will your cat do for wet cat food? Tell us:

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