In the Can: Wet Food Feeding Guidelines

Hi everyone,

Today we’ve once again teamed up with our friends from petco to provide you with another one of their infographic series.

Cat lovers would do almost anything for their pets. They buy them special toys—even houses. They get them regular care at a favorite veterinarian. Scratching towers? Check. They find snuggle-friendly beds so their felines can rest in preferred spots.

The same consideration comes when owners consider what food to buy for their pets—and what wet food would be best for their cat’s health and well-being. That’s because not all wet food is the same—it differs in texture and flavor, among other things.

Some people like the convenience of dry food—they can put it out, leave it, and not worry about when or if their cat is going to eat. Wet food is different: It cannot be left out all day for a variety of reasons. For starters, it can spoil, so open containers must be stored. In addition, you must feed your cat at set times during the day, then put the food bowl in the fridge. It’s simply different than dry food, and must be taken into consideration. And it’s incredibly important that you feed your cat the recommended amount for their weight—otherwise you risk endangering your feline’s health.

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For further information check out their How to choose the best wet food for your cat.

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Thanks,

Marc

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