Dry Cat Food
Dry food for cats – high-quality and balanced
A crunchy treat in the food bowl - dry food for cats comes in so many delicious varieties that even the fussiest felines will get their money's worth! Dry cat food is usually a complete food suitable for daily feeding. In our cat shop, we offer you a wide range of different dry cat foods, including nutrient-rich kitten food, balanced dry food for adult cats and senior dry food for older cats. There is also dry food for different dietary purposes, which is specially adapted to particular nutritional requirements in its composition.
How much dry cat food per day?
How much dry food cats should consume per day depends on several factors, such as the cat's size, weight, age and activity level. Usually there are indications on the packaging about the feeding recommendation to provide orientation. On a practical level, cat food can stay in the bowl for some time so that your cat can go back there as required and treat itself to an occasional extra snack. This is in keeping with the natural feeding behaviour of cats.
Can you mix dry food for cats with water?
Mixing dry cat food with water can help to ease the transition from wet to dry food and increase your cat's acceptance of it. Dry kitten food in particular is often good for soaking in order to gradually introduce kittens to eating solid food. It's easier for small feline mouths to ingest the food if it's soaked.
How long can dry cat food be left standing?
In contrast to wet food, dry cat food can be left in the bowl for longer, since it has a low moisture content and doesn't go off as quickly. All the kibble do lose their crunchiness over time and have a less intense smell, so it's recommended to provide fresh dry cat food at every main mealtime.
Which dry cat food is the best?
The best dry food is adapted to your cat's individual nutritional requirements. Is your cat prone to being overweight? If so, a dry food with reduced calories is a good choice. For cats with sensitive digestion, it is recommended to use easily digestible dry food free of grain or other components that can trigger intolerances. In general, high-quality dry cat food is characterised by a high quantity of meat or animal protein. The less unnecessary additives and fillers are processed, the better. Last but not least, a tasty recipe contributes to high acceptance. In order to find out which food your cat likes, it helps to simply try out different varieties and flavours.