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You may want your cat to eat wet food because wet food is an excellent source of nutrition for your cat, but your cat has other ideas! Cats are creatures who do as they please and this is also applicable when it comes to food. Here are some tips on switching your cat from dry to wet food.
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Here are some reasons why your cat won't eat wet food:
Switching your cat from dry cat food to wet cat food can take some time. Depending on how long your cat has been eating kibble, the transition can sometimes take weeks or months! Here’s how you can help your cat to adjust to the new food.
Some cats will take time to accept wet food, while other cats will be more than happy to make the switch to wet cat food. You can test your cat’s reaction by feeding it a few hours before bedtime and then removing all the dry kibble for the rest of the night.
Fill your cat’s bowl with wet food the next morning and place it in the usual feeding spot. Wait for about half an hour and check if your cat has eaten it.
If your cat has not touched it, put it in the refrigerator and warm it up for your cat again in a few hours. Repeat this until your cat takes to the wet food. However, while you are at this, you need to remember that your cat should not go without food for more than a day as this can have serious health consequences.
If your cat has been on dry food and never eaten wet cat food before, you might have to entice it to try the new food. Add some meal toppers or flavourful additions that your cat loves to the wet food. Petcubes’ Bone Broth Dr. for cats is slow simmered using fresh bones, full of nutritious goodness and can be added to the wet food for some added flavour.
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