Wellness Canned Cat Food, Chicken Recipe, 12-Pack of 12-1/2-Ounce Cans

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Hydration is extremely important to a cat’s overall health. Since cats do not have a strong thirst drive, it is important for a cat to ingest water with his or her food. Wellness wet cat recipes are a delicious and healthy way to increase your cat’s moisture intake.

Wellness Canned Cat Recipes

Wellness Canned Recipes provide sources of protein and essential fatty acids. They’re made with high quality proteins and are free of added growth hormones and steroids. Recipes also include ingredients like sweet potatoes and carrots, essential vitamins and minerals, and fresh, whole cranberries and blueberries are added to help maintain proper urinary tract health.

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Importance of Good Hydration

Water is an essential nutrient for your cat and accounts for 60-75% of an adult cat’s body weight. Water helps your cat’s body digest food, regulate body temperature, eliminate waste (urinary issues continue to be one of the most common medical reasons pet parents take their cats to the veterinarian each year) and allows salt and other electrolytes to pass through the body. Encouraging hydration is extremely important. Providing a bowl of fresh, clean water does not ensure your cat will naturally drink what they need in order to stay properly hydrated and healthy.

Tips to Encourage Healthy Hydration:

1. Many cats love to drink running water. Re-circulating water fountains are very attractive water stations that, in many cases, will stimulate a cat to drink more frequently.
2. Try moving the water from one location to another regularly as sometimes a new location can help to stimulate cats to drink.
3. If your cat has had urinary problems in the past, canned foods should be a major part of their diet. You can even add more water to your cat’s canned food to encourage increased water intake.
4. Multiple, clean, fresh litter boxes should be placed in out of the way areas, making it easy for your cat to relieve himself without interruption.

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Product Features

  • Made with high quality meat, a cat’s best source of protein
  • Contains vitamins and antioxidants that help maintain your cat’s immune system
  • Fresh, whole cranberries and blueberries and low dietary magnesium helps promote proper urinary tract function
  • Fortified with chelated minerals and vitamins
  • Taurine, an essential amino acid for cats is necessary for normal eye and heart function

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2 comments for “Wellness Canned Cat Food, Chicken Recipe, 12-Pack of 12-1/2-Ounce Cans

  1. HTBK
    March 13, 2013 at 8:00 PM

    Fantastic Food for Good Cat Health The pet food industry can be one of the most infuriating as you start doing research and discovering what trash manufacturers (and the vets who get paid off by the manufacturers) push onto the unsuspecting public. For reference, don’t ask your vet – do some Internet research at sites like, for example, [...]. What you’ll find is that even the supposed “high-end” lines from basically every major supermarket label are horrible for your fuzzy friends. People who trust the marketing or trust their vets overpay and feed their cats foods that are full of carcinogens, cheap ingredients that are inappropriate for a cat’s digestive system, and byproducts that provide nothing of value and are basically a way to make cheap profit off of literal garbage. It’s a tragedy, as these same cats end up with shorter lifespans, kidney problems, UTIs, cancer, and a host of other issues, all of which could have been avoided by a high quality food.This is an A-Grade food. What you’ll find here is very high protein content, many meats high on the list, flaxseed, good vitamins and antioxidants, and no grains, which is great as a cat is not an omnivore, it’s a carnivore, and it simply does not need grains.What you will NOT find here is the kind of junk you’ll see in things like Purina One and Science Diet – byproducts (aka beaks, feathers, bird feet), brewers rice (aka the waste product from making beer), wheat flour (a leading cause of pet allergies), corn gluten (a cheap waste of space), and things like “liver flavor” (because they don’t want to pay for the real thing). I didn’t just pull those ingredients out of the air – I was reading the ingredients list of Purina One. It’s pathetic.Don’t feed your cats trash. Pay a little more to feed them good food now, and they’ll lead longer, healthier, more satisfied lives as a result. It’s worth it.

  2. Moya37
    March 13, 2013 at 8:14 PM

    Expensive, but my cat is thriving on it I decided to switch my cat’s food because she was having all kinds of problems: excessive throwing up, urinary tract issues, and significant weight loss that the vet couldn’t explain. I switched her from Kirkland dry and Friskies Turkey Pate canned to Wellness dry and Wellness chicken formula, and it’s been almost an overnight miracle. She’s put on at least a pound in 3 weeks (she eats an entire 5.5 oz can plus dry food every day–no more pushing the food around and not really eating), no more straining on the litter box, and she hasn’t barfed in over a week! I’m really impressed at what a difference this food has made for my cat’s health.

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