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Tips on Should I Feed Dry or Canned Cat Food

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Dry cat food has greater "caloric density" compared to canned food, which contains more water. Simply put, there is less water in a cup of dry food as compared to a canned diet, so your cat needs to eat less to get the same amount of nutrients. Overall, the choice of "dry" vs. "canned" and "semi-moist" is an individual one, but most cats enjoy eating a combination of a dry food along with supplemental canned food.

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