5.Try Canned or Dry
Canned food versus dry is another topic when it comes to feeding cats. Some of the cat experts believe that canned food is healthier than dry food. Others say that cats do well on both sorts of food and a pet owner should be able to choose what is most suited for him.
Canned foods do offer the advantage of having a higher moisture content, which can be important for cats who aren’t attracted to drink water readily. However, water fountains, dripping faucets and other devices that encourage cats to drink can often overcome this advantage.
4.Take Lifestage into Account
You’ll also want to check the pet food label for a nutritional adequacy statement. This statement will read something like “This food is complete and balanced for all life stages,” “This food is complete and balanced for adult maintenance,” or “This food is complete and balanced for growth and reproduction.”
Choosing a food that is balanced to fit the life stage of your cat is important. Kittens have different nutrient needs than adult cats. So choose your cat’s food accordingly.