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Transitioning Your Cat From Dry Food to Wet Food

transitioning your cat from dry food to wet food

Cats are creatures of habit and making any type of significant change can be tricky. Making a food change requires extra care because of the potential health complications that can occur if done incorrectly or abruptly.

Why Would You Make a Change to Wet  Cat Food?

There are many reasons why you might want or need to make this change:

 

Wet food contains more protein and fewer carbohydrates than dry food and that’s a more natural diet for a cat.

Wet food also has a significantly higher water content and that can be a helpful factor in avoiding urinary issues.

Wet food is often viewed as more palatable by cats.