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The most important part of cat care is what you feed your cat, as their nutritional needs underpin every other aspect of their health and wellbeing. Each cat’s nutritional needs are different, which is why there is such a variety of cat food to buy. Your cat’s dietary needs are determined by her breed, size and age. Speak to your vet and carefully weigh up what she needs in terms of protein, carbohydrates, fat, vitamins and minerals to ensure your kitty is living the purrfect life.

What is the best food to feed a cat?

From Hill’s and Iams, Kit Cat, Montego and Royal Canin, to Sheba, Ultra Pet and Weruva, vets recommend these premium brand cat food choices for their high-quality ingredients and their specific nutritional benefits. Many locally produced cat food varieties are popular with cat owners as they offer more affordable cat food options on the market.

Instead of asking “what is the healthiest brand of cat food?”, it’s more important to consider how to choose the best cat food for YOUR cat. It may take some trial and error to see what food your cat finds palatable and which option offers her the best visible health benefits, but it’s all about your cat’s health and happiness.

What is in cat food?

Since cats are obligate carnivores (meaning they need animal protein to survive and thrive), they need a diet made up of healthy animal proteins like chicken, beef, lamb, and/or fish, which should be highest on the ingredients list. They still need carbohydrates and fats as sources of energy as well as a range of vitamins and minerals, all in the right purrportions. Cats especially need the amino acid taurine, which helps them to properly develop their eyesight, digestion and heart function, and to keep their immune system strong and healthy.