The Your Cat shopping guide to cat food

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22 June 2020
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Feeding your pet is a top priority for you — and your cat! We showcase some of the great cat foods on the market.

With so many different foods on the market, what to feed your cat is always a big decision. The reality is there are many great products available and your choice will need to factor in what your cat likes, the health benefits provided by the cat food, how much you want to spend, and the convenience of providing the food.

Many owners will be in a routine of what they serve their cat, but we all want to give our cats the best nutrition we can. Here we take a look at some popular products that are available which may give you food for thought…

Blink Cat Food

DELIVERED TO YOUR DOOR

Blink makes healthy recipes for your pet and delivers them to your door every four weeks through their subscription service. Providing British recipes that you can trust, Blink uses natural ingredients such as premium quality fillets and never add any grains, salts, or sugars. Readers can try the nutritious meals with the trial box (£1 P&P) and use the code YC5 for £5 off your first monthly box.
PRICE: From £25
WHERE TO BUY: www.blinkcats.co.uk

Fish4Cats

HEALTH BENEFITS OF EATING FISH

Fish4Cats is a premium food range for discerning cats. This delicious and varied fish-only range can help ensure your cat is extracting all the fantastic nutrients, vitamins, fats, sugars, and protein they need to stay healthy. The food is available as complete kibble, tinned high-quality fish recipes, and delicious mousses. You can try Fish4Cats with 20 per cent off by visiting www.fish4dogs.com and using the code HELLOCAT20.
PRICE: From 99p for tinned recipes
WHERE TO BUY: www.fish4dogs.com/shop/cat

FourFriends

CONTAINS ALOE VERA

FourFriends premium grain-free recipe for adult cats is the purr-fect choice to keep your feline in tip top condition. It’s lovingly made with natural ingredients such as aloe vera and sea buckthorn to support urinary tract health and help to prevent hairballs. With high quality duck and turkey for an excellent taste your cat will really love, FourFriends recipes are also gluten free.
PRICE: From £2.50
WHERE TO BUY: www.fourfriendspetfoods.co.uk

Webbox

APPROVED BY VETS

Webbox Naturals 100% complete food for cats now has 30 per cent more chicken! The new and improved recipe is packed full of tasty meats and has been vet approved, so you can rest assured that you are feeding your pet the best. With small crunchy kibbles available in two delicious varieties — chicken and duck and chicken and salmon — the recipes are also wheat gluten free so are suitable for cats with sensitive stomachs.
PRICE: £2.99 for 700g
WHERE TO BUY: Morrinson's in store or online, or www.webbox.co.uk

Arden Grange

GOOD FOR SENSITIVE SKIN AND STOMACHS

Arden Grange Sensitive grain free, ocean white fish and potato diet offers maximum digestibility and low allergenicity. This grain free recipe contains essential fatty acids and is ideal for adult cats with particularly sensitive skin or stomachs. The recipe also includes prebiotics, joint supplements, and yucca extract to help keep cats supple and healthy.
PRICE: £4.45 for 400g
WHERE TO BUY: ardengrange.com or call 01273 833390

Burns

FREE FROM WHEAT, BEEF, AND DAIRY

Burns Original Cat Chicken & Brown Rice for adult and seniors is a complete hypoallergenic food suited to sensitive tummies and skin. Rich in vitamins and 11 essential amino acids including taurine, the recipe sources only top-quality chicken for protein and wholegrains, so your cat gets all of nature’s goodness. The food is designed to maintain healthy digestion, skin and coat health, and urinary tract health.
PRICE: £13.27 for 2kg bag
WHERE TO BUY: burnspet.co.uk/cat-food

Want to understand more about cat food?

The Pet Food Manufacturers’ Association is the leading trade body for the UK pet food industry. As well as their members representing over 90 per cent of the market, their website has lots of information to help owners and consumers.

Visit their website to learn more about how pet food is made, how to understand pet food labelling, and advice on what your cat needs in their diet. Visit pfma.org.uk