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How to choose the best cat food?

One of the first questions cat owners ask themselves is: What is the best food for my cat? As well as: Is it better to give dry or wet food?

Which is the best food for my cat?

The answer to this question is easy: the ideal is to provide your cat with a diet that meets all its needs, depending on its age and physical condition. Therefore, Picart’s wet and dry food is an excellent choice, since it is formulated by nutritional experts to guarantee the health and well-being of your pet.

What is better for a cat, dry or wet food?

There is no conclusive answer here. Either dry or wet food is a good option, and so is alternating between the two. Your feline’s tastes have the final call. However, you should be aware that wet food helps your pet to take in more fluids while dry food helps to ensure its dental health (It is also easier to store and won’t spoil if it sits in the bowl for several hours).

An alternating diet, where dry food and wet food are combined at different times of the day, could be the perfect balance. Although it is always best to consult your vet for his or her expert opinion.

The best cat food according to your cat’s age

Picart SELECT Extra Care is the best food for cats across all age groups. Select Cat Adult Sterilised-Light GRAIN FREE does not contain cereals in its formula, avoiding possible allergies, resulting from its ingestion, while providing all the proteins and amino acids essential for the good health of the cat.

Why is Picart SELECT Extra Care the best alternative for feeding your cat?

This is because Picart SELECT Extra Care is specifically formulated by veterinarians to help with two of the most common cat problems:

  1. Helps to eliminate hairballs through a composition rich in fibres, especially thin and flexible, which contribute to intestinal motility.
  2. Prevents urinary stones by being formulated with a selection of ingredients with a mild urine acidifying effect, helping to reduce the pH of the urine to the ideal level, thus preventing the formation of urinary stones.

What factors should you consider when choosing your cat’s food?

There are three key aspects to keep in mind:

  • The cat’s life stage. A cat’s nutritional requirement changes over the course of its life. Cat foods are classified into 3 basic stages: infant (up to 12 months), adult and over 7 years.
  • The traits of the cat. Although unlike dogs, cats can be very similar in size and weight, each animal is unique and its specific behavioural characteristics (tastes, appetite, sensitivities, etc.) must be considered.
  • Lifestyle. Most cats are moderately active, however, there will be cats with a high level of vitality or cats that have a more passive attitude. This could lead to a loss of agility and weight gain, causing an obesity problem that requires a specific diet.

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