Best Wet Cat Foods
Here are the top four wet canned cat foods that promote optimal wellness for your feline companion at every stage of life:
- Wellness Divine Duos with Beef Pate
- Nature’s Logic Feline Wet Cat Food
- Halo Grain Free Natural Wet Cat Food
- Ziwi Peak Grain-Free Canned Cat Food Recipe
Wet cat food generally costs more than dry food options.
Even so, it’s worth it to pay a little extra in order to get a high-quality product.
1. Wellness Wet Cat Food
The Wellness brand Divine Duos With Beef Pâté & Diced Chicken Liver sounds pretty decadent. It has an easy-to-open peel-off lid, giving you easy access to the nutrient-dense and moisture-rich food inside.
Of course, if your cat doesn’t require the entire package, this removable lid can make it a little trickier to seal and store. Fortunately, most reviewers seem to note that their cats love the taste.
People with older and chronically ill cats have also used this food successfully. It’s low in phosphorous, which is critical for animals with kidney issues.
- Safe for cats with chronic kidney disease
- Good for adults and kittens
2. Nature’s Logic Feline
This selection of Nature’s Logic Feline Beef Feast Canned Cat Food comes in a case of 12, making a bit more cost-effective and convenient. The wet food is moisture-rich, easily digestible, and mostly animal-based. Carbohydrates come from vegetables and fruits, keeping the calorie content low.
This wet food also contains eggshell calcium and animal plasma, unique and potent sources of vitamins and minerals.
- Over 90% animal ingredients
- Relatively low in calories
- Have to introduce slowly to avoid gastrointestinal upset
3. Halo Grain Free Natural Wet Cat Food
Halo Spot’s Stew For Cats Wholesome Chicken Recipe works well for animals of all ages. For kittens, the company recommends feeding up to twice the adult amount to ensure your young cat gets enough calories and protein.
It’s full of chicken meat, broth, and liver, along with healthy veggies including carrots, sweet potatoes, zucchini.
One downside: this product contains garlic powder. Garlic is known to be harmful to cats and dogs in large amounts. If you give your pet this product, be sure to monitor its reaction. You also may want to consider switching out this product every few months to avoid too much garlic intake.
- Smells good
- Most cats love it
- Contains garlic powder (potentially toxic)