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What Should I Feed My Senior Cat?
A senior diet can help your cat’s skin, joints and teeth stay strong
What should I look for in a senior cat food?
High-quality ingredients are more digestible, giving cats more of the nutrients they need. Senior cats need more taurine, a heart-healthy ingredient found in cat food proteins such as fish, poultry and beef. Feed senior cats a dry food that’s 10% fat to 28% protein, or a wet food that’s 4% fat, and 8% protein.Shop senior formula cat food
Senior food for weight maintenance
All animals slow down, as they grow older, thus needing fewer calories and less fat in their meals. If your senior cat is putting on weight, weight maintenance formulas add up to a more balanced meal.
If your senior cat is underweight, it might be a food issue—but talk to your veterinarian to rule out any medical conditions first. Then, try a higher-calorie cat food.Shop weight maintenance formula cat food
Senior food for dental health
Senior cats are prone to dental disease, which hurts and can lead to illness. Try a specially formulated oral-care food that can help reduce plaque and prevent gum disease.Shop oral health formula cat food
How much should I feed my senior cat?
The simple answer is, as much as they need. Make sure meal times and portions are consistent, so you can tell if your kitty needs a change.
Hill's® Science Diet® Indoor Mature Adult Cat Food - Chicken$ 23.99
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NUTRO® NATURAL CHOICE® Indoor Senior Cat Food$ 17.99
Hill's® Science Diet® Active Longevity Mature Adult Cat Food - Chicken$ 22.99
BLUE Basics® Limited Ingredient Grain Free Turkey & Potato Indoor Senior Cat Food$ 28.99 $ 32.99
Authority® Mature Adult Cat Food$ 14.99
Royal Canin® Feline Health Nutrition™ Indoor 7+ Cat Food$ 21.99
BLUE™ Healthy Aging Chicken & Brown Rice Mature Senior Cat Food$ 21.99
Hill's® Science Diet® Age Defying Senior Cat Food - Chicken$ 22.99
BLUE Wilderness® Grain Free Chicken Mature Senior Cat Food$ 2.39