When it comes to feeding your feline, you’d only want to give them the best natural cat food they deserve. While cruising through the pet food aisles, pet parents are often overwhelmed with the vast array of choices available.  There are a lot of healthy kitten and cat food available, but how do we choose? Do we choose natural, or organic cat food? Canned cat food vs. dry cat food? Is grain-free cat food good for them? And we also have to keep in mind that our cat should like it too. We’ve compiled some of the top cat food brands in the Philippines and what makes each different to help narrow down your choices.

 

 

 

  1. For the Sensitive Stomachs: Natural Balance

 

Natural Balance cat food formulas only include a few essential ingredients that are scientifically curated and crafted, and extensively tested to meet your pet’s nutritional needs. Their recipes are created by animal health science experts and pet parents so it is guaranteed that what you’re feeding your cat is safe and good for their health. Natural Balance pioneered the limited ingredient diet to ensure that your pet is only exposed to minimal ingredients to help avoid any food allergies or sensitivities.

 

  1. For the Gourmet Eater: Merrick

 

For the pampered pooch that enjoys a variety of meal choices, you can feed them Merrick Cat Food. They’re known for their drool-worthy recipes that include high-quality meats, fresh caught fish, real fruits and vegetables like apples, potatoes, baby carrots, blueberries. They source ingredients from their trusted farmers and ranchers, and their formulas are based on the founder’s own home-cooked recipes crafted in their Texas kitchen.

 

  1. For the Lion at Heart: Taste of the Wild

 

If you want to feed your cat food that closely resembles their native diet, you can try Taste of the Wild for a balanced diet that nature meant for them to crave and eat. Their cat food formulas are based on your little lion’s ancestral diet with unique proteins like quail, smoked trout, roasted duck, venison and Angus beef. Their recipes are also grain-free and enriched with probiotics to help maintain digestive health and support a healthy immune system by keeping potentially harmful bacteria at bay.

 

  1. For the Finicky Eaters: Tiki Cat

 

Make meal times exciting with different flavors and textures of Tiki Cat food. Their recipes include quality protein like Alaskan salmon, chicken, lamb, egg, ahi tuna, whole prawns, and enriched with superfoods like kale, spinach, pumpkin, carrots and flaxseed. Your cat will surely look forward to every meal time with the different variety of flavors. It is already scrumptious served alone or you can also mix it up from meaty meal toppers, baked kibble, velvety mousse, shredded meat in broth varieties.

 

  1. For the No-Fuss Felines: Whole Earth Farms

 

For those looking for cat food options that provide Mother Nature’s nutrition at great value, try out Whole Earth Farms cat food. Their kibble and canned recipes put in only the good and leave out the rest, no corn, no wheat, no soy, no by-products, no artificial colors or preservatives. Simply put, it is a top choice for naturally nutritious cat food with affordable goodness, and cooked in the U.S.A with the Earth’s best ingredients.

 

 

All these natural pet food brands do not contain any ingredients your pet doesn’t need. Here are some things you won’t find in these natural cat food brands:

  • No soy, wheat, corn, or other refined grains
  • No by-product meal like feathers or bones
  • No artificial chemicals or preservatives

*These natural cat food brands are available in bow & wow The All-Natural Pet Store in the Philippines.

 

When pet parents ask, What do I feed my cat or kitten? The best cat food for your beloved furbaby is ultimately up to you to decide. You may want to take into consideration your cat’s age, lifestyle, size, and specific nutritional needs. It also helps to know if your cat prefers tuna over salmon, or wet food over kibble to make every mealtime fun and beneficial for them. It is also important to consult your veterinarian on any diet you may feed your pet.

 

If you are planning to introduce any new food into your pet’s diet, we recommend to do it over a transition period. When transitioning to a new pet food, do it slowly over a period of about 7–10 days, mixing an increasing amount of new food with old food each day. Start with 75% old food mixed with 25% new food for about three days. Then mix 50% old with 50% new for approximately three days. Then 75% new food, 25% old food for approximately three days. Then 100% new food for the last day of the transition period.

 

  

Sources:

www.naturalbalanceinc.com

www.merrickpetcare.com

www.tasteofthewildpetfood.com

www.tikipets.com

www.feedgoodness.com