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Feeding for cats

The quality of the food we give our companion animals is our first priority

Feeding advice

Almo Nature advises a diet for your cat that alternates between fish, red and white meat and includes wet food and dry. Aim for around 60% wet and 40% dry food (croquettes). Wet foods are essential as they help to keep your cat hydrated and reduce the risk of urinary tract infections, while providing a valuable source of quality proteins. Dry foods (croquettes) are important for chewing. They also provide other nutrients and allow the cat to take several small meals in the course of a day.

Don’t mix wet and dry cat food together. Serve them as separate meals.

Wet food

Wet foods are essential as they help to keep your cat hydrated and reduce the risk of urinary tract infections, while providing a valuable source of quality proteins.

Dry food

Dry foods (croquettes) are important for chewing. They also provide other nutrients and allow the cat to take several small meals in the course of a day.

Other feeding regimes

Home-made pet food

The ability to personally select the ingredients is an advantage when preparing your cat’s food at home.

But achieving the right nutritional balance is a science.

As a precaution, we suggest you ask your vet’s advice on your approach, if in doubt.

Raw pet food (barf)

Raw pet food diets, based on raw meat, carry the risk of germs and infections. A lack of vigilance in storing and handling the raw ingredients can lead to your cat becoming infected with bacteria and/or parasites that can also be transmitted to humans, as in the case of salmonella zoonoses.

For safety, and to ensure nutritional balance, we strongly recommend asking your vet for advice on this approach.

Our pet foods for cats

Alternative HFC

The HFC/Alternative range uses human food grade fish and meat as its main ingredients

Holistic

Complete pet foods that match your pet’s daily nutritional needs and lifestyle.

BioOrganic

Recipes using organic ingredients certified according to EU standards.

Daily

A vast range of recipes to suit every companion animal’s tastes.

CatLitter

A cat litter made 100% of vegetable fibres. Completely natural, compostable and flushable in the toilet.

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