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What is the best cat food?
There's no one size fits all solution when it comes to cat food, so how do you choose the purrrfect food for your feline friend?
When choosing a food, consider your cat's age, breed and any other health needs, such as weight management or hairball control. If you look for a food which best meets your cat's needs you support their health and wellbeing with every bowl.
Read more in our Guide to premium pet food.
Best cat foods based on our customer reviews:
|Advance Adult Multi Cat Dry Food||Designed specifically for Australian cats, this innovative formula is suitable for kittens through to senior cats, making it an ideal choice for multi cat households.|
|Black Hawk Feline Chicken & Rice Dry Food||A natural, Australian made favourite, this dry food is formulated with a holistic approach, including natural superfoods like cranberries, flaxseed & coconut oil.|
|Royal Canin Kitten Instinctive Gravy Wet Food||Start your kitten off on the right paw with this delicious and easy to digest gravy recipe. Also available in dry, jelly and loaf.|
|Hill's Science Diet Adult Dry Cat Food||This dry food is precisely balanced with scientifically proven beneficial nutrients to support your adult cat's optimal health and wellbeing|
Cat food FAQs
What should I feed my kitten?
Kittens need a special balance of calcium, phosphorus, energy and other nutrients to support healthy growth and development. When shopping for a kitten food, look for formulas which are easy to digest and contain added beneficial nutrients, such as DHA for brain and eye development, to give your newest family member the best start in life.
Read more about kitten health, nutrition, worming, training and more in our New kitten guide.
Should I be feeding my cat grain free?
Given cats are obligate carnivores, meaning they need to eat meat to satisfy all of their nutritional needs, it's reasonable to question if grains and other carbohydrate sources have a place in their diet. Grain free and 'biologically appropriate' cat foods have been increasing in popularity, and there's plenty of great wet and dry options to choose from. If you do decide to go grain free, be sure to critically evaluate the ingredients, nutrients and other product claims to make sure it fits your cat's needs.
Want to know more? Read our review of grain free cat food in Australia.
Author info: Dr Teagan Lever BVSc (Hons) - Pet Circle In House Veterinarian
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