Cat Food Guides
Looking for a perfect cat food confining to your particular requirements? We got you covered.
For IBS and IBD
Due to there being several possible causes of gastrointestinal irritation, no one food will work for all IBD cats.
For Hypoallergenic Cats (Non-Prescription)
Choosing a hypoallergenic food is more about finding a pet food company with strict manufacturing quality than finding a good ingredient list.
Highly Digestible Foods for Sensitive Stomachs
Most best GI sensitivity diets contain a single protein source coming from animals such as duck, rabbit, turkey, veal, lamb or venison.
For Diabetic Cats
Diabetic cats should be on a low-carbohydrate, high carnitine diet. Cat foods we recommend have beef, venison or lamb as their primary protein.
Low Protein Cat Foods
Many studies have been conducted to try to determine the minimum amount of protein that cats require, but this question has turned out to be an extremely complex one.
Low Phosphorus Cat Foods
Cats with kidney disease are usually prescribed a low phosphorus diet. This is because the kidney is no longer able to effectively remove excess phosphorus.
For Weight Gain
Typically, the best way to help a cat gain weight is to offer as much dry food as they like with the addition of twice daily wet food meals.
For Weight Loss
Begin your cat’s weight loss journey by switching to at least 3 small meals of a wet food per day.