Cat Food & Nutritional Supplements

From playful kittens to adults and seniors, we offer a range of cat food and supplements to meet every dietary need. Explore our selection of cat food today for a happier, healthier pet.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the nutritional requirements for cats?

Cats are obligate carnivores. Their nutritional requirements include a diet consisting primarily of protein, moderate fat, and minimal carbohydrates. However, the nutritional requirements vary by individual cat based on their health. 

Several cat diets aim to improve cat health based on their specific needs. For example, Purina’s Overweight Management formula prioritizes protein content while limiting fat and calories to help your cat lose or maintain weight.

What's the difference between wet and dry cat food?

Nutrition for cats can be found in many forms, such as wet or dry food formulas. Wet food has higher water content and is lower in carbohydrates compared to dry formulas. High-quality dry food is still a healthy option for your cat, but wet food is better at preventing dehydration and can help cats lose weight. 

However, both provide your cat with a balanced diet, and many pet parents use a combination of wet and dry food. We carry wet and dry formulas from Purina to help you find the right option for your cat and budget. 

What's the best diet for my cat?

The best cat food for nutrition depends on their individual nutritional needs and overall health. There are several types of specialized diets available, including: 

  • Dental Health: Dental health cat food is developed with a crunchy texture to reduce the accumulation of plaque and tartar. 
  • Dietetic Management: The Dietetic Management formula provides a diet high in protein and antioxidants and low in carbohydrates to support the health of diabetic cats. 
  • Gastroenteric: The Gastroenteric diet improves digestibility for total nutrient absorption to support cat health for those suffering from GI conditions like inflammatory bowel disease and pancreatitis. Formulated with essential omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, it contains low carbohydrates to provide optimal nutrition for adult cats and kittens. 
  • Clinical Nutrition: The Clinical Nutrition diet is formulated with high fat and protein to support the health of cats that are ill, recovering from surgery, or lacking appetite. 
  • Hydrolyzed: Hydrolyzed cat food contains protein broken down into smaller components — or hydrolyzed. This formula is less likely to cause food allergy reactions in cats, highly digestible, and made with high-quality ingredients and a single, low-allergen carbohydrate. 

What should I feed my overweight cat?

Overweight cats are at an increased risk of developing several health conditions, such as diabetes and arthritis. It can also lead to a weakened immune system, making them more susceptible to illness. Unfortunately, it's much easier to maintain your cat's weight than to help them lose weight. However, if your cat is already overweight, a weight management program can help them lose weight and reduce their risk of associated health problems. 

The Overweight Management formula is designed to help your cat lose weight while maintaining a healthy urinary system and muscle mass. This diet is low in calories and fat but high in protein to promote fat loss while preserving lean muscle mass. It also contains natural fiber to help your cat stay full after a meal. Talk to your vet about how much to feed your overweight cat based on their overall health and activity level.  

How much should I feed my cat?

How much you should feed your cat depends on their health, activity level, nutritional needs, and diet they consume. Generally, you should feed your cat 24 to 35 calories per pound daily. Therefore, a 10-pound cat should consume around 240 to 350 calories daily. However, some cats may need less or more. Get diet and nutrition advice from a vet if you're concerned about how much to feed your cat.

Are supplements a nutritional requirement for cats?

Supplements are not nutritional requirements for cats. However, they can supplement their nutrition and promote overall health and wellness. For example, FortiFlora contains beneficial probiotics to promote digestion and overall intestinal health. In addition, CalmingCare contains a strain of probiotics used to support digestive health and help produce calmer behavior in cats.