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Adult Cat Wet Food

  • Little Big Paw Gourmet Tender Turkey Mousse Cat Wet Food

    Rs. 1,200

    Key Features Delicate Mousse Texture 70% Turkey & Chicken 100% Natural Hypoallergenic Grain Free Suitable for Adult cats Product D...

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    Original price Rs. 1,200 - Original price Rs. 1,200
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  • Dr. Pets Bone Broth Chicken Meal Topper - 100ml

    Rs. 356

    Key Features Preservative Free Human Grade Ingredient Healthy Meal Topper Product Description Give your pet the nutrient-rich goodn...

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    Original price Rs. 356 - Original price Rs. 1,068
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  • Dr. Pets Bone Broth Lamb Meal Topper - 100ml

    Rs. 534

    Key Features Preservative Free Human Grade Ingredient Healthy Meal Topper Product Description Give your pet the nutrient-rich goodn...

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    Original price Rs. 356 - Original price Rs. 1,068
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  • How many types and variety cat wet food do we get in the BearHugs store
    There are 24 kinds of adult cat wet food available in the BearHugs store. These are among the best cat foods from the leading brands: Bellota, Farmina, Sheba and Whiskas.

  • When should you change cat food?

    There are few factors for which you might want a change in your cat's diet.

    Age: Cats' nutritional requirements change as they get bigger and older. Kittens should switch to adult cat food around age one. Similarly, senior cat food may help cats over seven maintain good joint and immunological health, among other benefits.

    Weight: You might need to modify your cat's diet if she is not in her desired weight range. This can entail giving her more or less of what she's already eating. You might have to change to a healthy weight formula in other circumstances.

    Health: In addition to managing weight, your cat's food can help with a few other health issues. For instance, a sensitive skin and stomach formula may be beneficial if your cat has dry, itchy skin or a sensitive stomach.

  • What happens if you change cat food too fast?
    It's crucial to gradually transition your cat to their new diet while changing their food. If you abruptly switch their diet, they could develop symptoms like vomiting or diarrhea.

  • Can changing cat food cause problems?

    A sudden dietary change might cause vomiting, diarrhea, and even a decrease in appetite in your cat. Your cat should ideally be switched to a new meal over the course of at least a week.

FAQ

  1. Is it okay to give cats wet food everyday?

    Although the cat food price for wet food is comparatively high, these are the reasons why it is beneficial to provide them with wet food everyday:

    • High-quality wet food often has less carbohydrate and more animal protein than dry food. Instead of overly processed dairy, legumes, or animal derivatives, which are frequently the main protein sources in kibbles, cats benefit when they are able to absorb critical elements from whole meat. Wet food typically contains actual meat and animal fat, making it more palatable to cats than dry food.
    • Although B.A.R.F. (Biologically Appropriate Raw Feeding) diets are popular among certain cat parents, even with careful safety precautions, the handling and storage of raw food from the human supply chain might lead to bacterial infection. The risk of infection with wet food is virtually nonexistent because it is manufactured from cooked meat that is packaged in sterile cans.
    • Cats need 50 milliliters of water for every kilogramme of body weight in order to stay hydrated. Since wet food includes between 70 and 80 percent moisture, cats who eat it every day don't become dehydrated, which helps them prevent urinary and renal conditions including cystitis, bladder stones, chronic kidney disease, etc.
  2. Should you give older cats wet food?

    Senior cats may find it more difficult to consume dry food than wet food, particularly if gum or dental problems have developed. Older cats may find it simpler to eat canned cat food than the crunchy kibble they consumed when they were younger due to its soft nature.

  3. What quantity of wet food should a cat eat each day?

    The average cat needs four to five ounces of canned food daily. 

  4. What wet food should I feed my cat?

    Consider the protein, fat, and carbohydrate levels of the wet food you select.

    Scan the first ingredient on any cat food package to analyze it. The weight of each ingredient in cat food is often specified, and the first ingredient is frequently the main source of protein. Avoid items that list meat byproducts, poultry or fish meals (meals are also processed byproducts), and vegetarian proteins as their first three ingredients.

    Grain-free, high-protein, low-fat wet food prepared from highly digestible whole meat works well for both indoor and outdoor cats.

  5. Should I mix water with wet cat food?

    Cats don't drink enough water because they have a weak thirst drive. This is something of concern. Cats get a large portion of the water they require from their diet, but commercial cat food online may not always meet this need. The likelihood that a cat may develop a urinary tract infection can rise with ongoing dehydration. Additionally, it increases the burden on the kidneys, which, if left untreated, can result in renal failure. Renal failure is challenging to manage in cats, so you must make sure your cat is getting enough fluids to prevent this issue.

    So you can always consider mixing water to your cat's wet food in order to ensure they are consuming more liquid.

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