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Wet Cat Food

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Natures Menu Adult Cat Food Tin 12x85g - Pet Shop Online
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Catit Cuisine - Beef Stew for Adult Cats 95g
Catit Cuisine - Chicken Paté for Adult Cats 90g
Catit Cuisine - Tuna Paté for Adult Cats 95g
Catit Cuisine - Turkey Paté for Adult Cats 95g
Catit Cuisine - Beef Paté for Adult Cats 95g

High-quality wet cat food in Manchester

On the hunt for something new for your cat to try? Look no further than our collection of wet cat foods here at Pet Shop Online.

We’re passionate about providing the highest quality products to our customers and at some of the most competitive prices too!

Our specialists are fully informed, experienced and more than happy to have a chat about your kitty’s requirements and provide the tastiest, most suitable option to get them excited about mealtimes once again. Give us a call today on 0161 728 4656 or email and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.

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Finding the best wet cat food can take a lot of time and research, and often comes down to the individual needs and preferences of your feline (e.g. their age, weight, health, etc.).

The most popular wet foods contain lots of animal protein, enough animal fats, and essential vitamins, minerals, fatty acids, and amino acids to keep your cat healthy.

Here at Pet Shop Online, we supply wet cat food from award-winning brands, including Natures Menu, which provides top quality ingredients that are packed with feline diet essentials.

So, why not browse our range of wet cat food today and click through for more detailed information? We’re confident that you’ll find something suitable for your pet’s diet.

Many vets recommend feeding wet food to cats with a physical or medical condition, overweight cats, and indoor cats.

Most wet foods contain 70% of water, which means they help to keep your moggy hydrated – whilst curbing feelings of hunger. They also contain fewer calories than dry food which helps your cat to stay in shape.

Not just great for dieting cats, if your feline is a poor drinker, wet food can help to increase their water intake. However, because wet cat food contains more moisture, it will need to be kept in the fridge once opened to prevent spoilage.

If you’re thinking about switching from dry food, vets advise cat owners to choose wet cat food that is:

- low in carbohydrates

- high in animal protein

- high in moisture

- free from harmful additives

Yes, wet food is great for all cats – but especially male cats who are at more risk of developing a urinary obstruction. These obstructions are extremely painful and can be life-threatening if not taken care of immediately. Wet food promotes more urine that is diluted, resulting in a lower concentration of inflammatory components in the bladder.

With wet food, cats tend to eat more in one sitting instead of going back and forth throughout the day, like they would with dry food. Ideal for greedy cats that are constantly on the prowl for food.

As such, wet foods contain more water (which doesn’t contain calories), so can help with weight loss or weight gain prevention. This increased water intake can also be beneficial for cats with diabetes or kidney disease who are prone to constipation.

To find out more about the wet cat and kitten foods we supply at Pet Shop Online, or for advice on choosing the best one for your kitty, call us on 0161 728 4656.

Many vets recommend that cats eat wet food daily, and there are several reasons why.

Cats are obligate carnivores, which means they aren’t supposed to ingest many carbohydrates (if any). Dry food tends to contain more carbs than wet food, and this can lead to obesity.

Most cats don’t drink enough either. Wet cat food contains more moisture and provides more water in the diet which supports the kidneys, urinary tract, and overall health.

But different cats have different nutritional needs – depending on their age and life stage (i.e. kitten or adult cat), weight, and energy levels.

Some prefer the taste and texture of wet cat food whilst others love dry food. With that said, you may consider feeding them a combination of wet and dry food. Just make sure they are getting the recommended calories and nutrients they need to lead a long, healthy life.

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