Which is better: wet or dry cat food?

Although feeding wet food to your cat may appear to be a special or indulgent treat, it is much more than that. Wet cat food is 100% complete and balanced, and it can be an important part of any cat’s diet.

Food for Dry Cats
Many cat owners prefer dry kibble because it is more convenient. It comes in larger bags and has a longer shelf life, even after opening, because its moisture content is less than 20%. This lowers the overall cost.
Dry food has a lower risk of bacterial growth, so you can leave it out all day for your cat to graze on while you’re at work. Crunchy kibble also aids in the reduction of plaque and tartar buildup on cats’ teeth. Dry cat food, on the other hand, maybe more difficult for older cats to chew.

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