Selecting the best possible food for your kitty can be a daunting task. If you’re not familiar their nutritional requirements, you may be lost when it comes to reading the label. Compound this with the fact that they are known to be picky eaters and the job gets harder. Some of the more popular foods that are on the market contain fillers that are not nutritious and can actually impair your cat’s health. Whether your preference (or your cat’s) is canned, dry or somewhere in the middle, the question remains, which is the best choice? The answer is, the most nutritious formula that is made specifically to address nutritional need of the age and health of your pet, that they will eat.
Good ingredients and bad ingredients
Here is what you should look at before buying. Avoid fillers that have little real value in terms of nutrition. These include corn, wheat and soy. The better choice would be a formula that has brown rice, flaxseed, peas, chicken, beef and fish, along with omega fatty acids, fiber, antioxidants and vitamins and minerals. This will provide your furry buddy with the best possible diet so when you’re reading the labels, bear in mind that the ingredients are generally listed with the first one occupies the highest ratio in the mixture.
With this in mind, we’ve put together a list of the top 20 kitty foods in 2017: