Turkey and eggs are the first 2 ingredients. Grain-free. High-moisture. Includes healthy ingredients like pumpkin, potatoes, and chard. Just add water.
While it’s both fun and cute to prepare little stew meals for your cat every day, a 4-pound box is expensive.
Mackerel, 5 cuts of lamb, and New Zealand green mussels are the first 7 ingredients. Grain, soy, sugar, and preservative-free. 96% meat. Limited ingredient diet.
Although it is an incredibly healthy high-protein diet, this New Zealand-sourced food is fairly expensive.
Made with chicken and salmon that's free from antibiotics, hormones and steroids. Meat complemented by organic produce and minerals. Balanced amino acid, fatty acid and enzyme levels. High protein content. Mix with water to serve.
Food comes in large nuggets which can be challenging to re-hydrate, and some cats find the dry nuggets hard to eat.
Has a 99 percent meat content, thanks to barn-raised chicken, free range lamb and green-lipped mussel from New Zealand. No gluten, wheat, soy or rice. Low carbohydrate.
Pricey. May be too chewy for some cats who are missing teeth or have other oral problems.
6 cuts of beef and New Zealand green mussels are the first 7 ingredients. 96% meat recipe. Made from free-range, grass-fed New Zealand beef.
This is a wholesome diet that cats can’t get enough of, but it’s also a costly brand of dehydrated food.
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There are numerous reasons to switch your cat over to dehydrated cat food, including a high-protein diet, and a meal that was prepared in a way that innately leaves the meat’s vitamins and minerals intact while whisking away moisture, but perhaps the biggest factor is the desire for a natural source of nutrition for your kitty. For instance, while kibble-style dry cat food may include healthy ingredients, they have been kneaded, baked, and formed into a uniform shape, while most dehydrated cat food literally looks like dry chunks of all-real fish, lamb, beef, or other healthy protein sources.