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Wellness Pet Food – Because Your Cats Health And Happiness Matters

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Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Wellness and the Pet Blogger Network. I am being compensated for helping spread the word about Wellness, but Experimental Homesteader only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. Wellness is not responsible for the content of this article.

June is #AdoptaCatMonth, so it only seems fitting to talk about ways to keep cats – or kittens – healthy and happy. Wellness is a pioneer in holistic nutrition and is always seeking new ways to help pets thrive. One way it to educate pet owners about the importance of a healthy lifestyle. #WellnessPetFood also supports animal wellness programs. Even if you’ve owned cats for years, there is so much more you can learn about how to keep them healthy. For those adopting a new kitten or cat this month, congratulations on your new pet. Regardless of how long you have had your cat you want them to eat what’s best for them. Start them off right with a healthy diet that is free from corn, soy, wheat, artificial colors and flavors. Start with #WellnessPetFood. My cats love it and practically beg me to fill up their dishes at feeding time. Your cats will too.

 

I’ve had cats for years. I never thought about what I was feeding them. I gave them the occasional moist food but mostly feed dry cat food from the feed store. They were barn cats after all who only came inside for short periods of time. I figured they were eating plenty of mice and other wild critters so why did they need high priced cat food. I would put the food out in their bowls and they would come up to get it. Sometimes the raccoons got it instead. I wondered why they never hung around their feed bowls and sometimes wouldn’t even come when I called them. Then I received a bag of Wellness Complete Health Indoor Health and a box that contained three Divine Duos wet recipe cat food. Sneaky is the oldest cat I have right now and he loves coming indoors, so I decided to start him on the new food.

First I filled the outside dish with the old, dry cat food. I waited for him to appear, then opened the door. I picked up a container of the Divine Duos wet recipe cat food and began to open it. He must have smelled it because he came indoors immediately. I held the container in my hand for about two seconds. His first bite was small – the second bite was large enough I thought he was going to pull the container out of my hands. I decided I needed to put the Divine Duos in a dish, so I did. It was gone so quickly I couldn’t even get a picture. He wasn’t starving by any means, he just loved the food. I heard him making growling noises as he was eating. The only other time I hear those sounds is when he gets a special treat like shrimp.

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The Divine Duos come in five flavors including Chicken Pate & Diced Turkey, Chicken Pate & Diced Duck, Tilapia Pate & Diced Ahi Tuna, Tuna Pate & Diced Salmon and Beef Pate & diced Chicken Liver.  I received two different varieties to try – Tilapia Pate & Diced Ahi Tuna and Tuna Pate & Diced Salmon. Sneaky loved both flavors. Feeding your cat or kitten wet cat food is important because it helps keep them hydrated. Hydration is an important part of your cat’s overall health and the Divine Duos wet recipes help with this.

The Wellness Complete Health Indoor Health bag of dry cat food arrived a few days later. I received the Deboned Chicken and Chicken Meal Recipe. Other flavors include the Complete Health Adult Health Salmon, Salmon Meal & Deboned Turkey Recipe. The front of the bag says this dry cat food contains Omega Fatty Acods that support a healthy skin and coat. This means less shedding. Even though Sneaky prefers living outdoors, he likes human companionship. I have always noticed the way he sheds. He seems to be shedding a lot less since he has started eating this food. The next ingredient was L-Carnitine which supports a less active, indoor lifestyle and basically helps with weight management. I don’t have this issue with any of my cats because they spend the majority of their time outdoors. There is also added Glucosamine and Chondroitin that helps maintain healthy hips and joints. I imagine Sneaky is getting to the age where he has these issues. He does move slower these days. I have noticed he is more active since starting him on this Wellness Pet Food.

I wanted to try it out on Sneaky first before Kitten or Panther got any.  So I waited until I saw him that evening.  I picked up the food dish and he followed me indoors. I poured some of the dry cat food into the dish and he started eating. There were those noises again. He ate every kernel, then looked up at me licking his lips wanting more. I gave him a couple more pieces then he crawled up on my lap for pets.

Over the course of the next few days, I noticed something was changing. Sneaky began coming to the door morning and evening waiting on me to fill the dish – and soon it wasn’t just Sneaky. Kitten and Panther appeared on schedule – then a new cat that we think someone dropped off. Now at feeding time – morning and night – I have four cats lined up who wait in line for their chance to eat some of the Wellness Cat Food. One day – out of curiosity – I filled one dish with the old cat food and one with #WellnessPetFood. The cats chose the Wellness brand over the other brand. I now know there is a difference because my cats have shown me what their preference is. I want happy and healthy cats, so they will continue to eat #WellnessPetFood.

For more information on Wellness Pet Food – which is also available for dogs as well as cats – visit their website, like them on Facebook, follow them on Twitter or find them on Pinterest. You can also check out the Wellness FAQ.

Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Wellness and the Pet Blogger Network. I am being compensated for helping spread the word about Wellness, but Experimental Homesteader only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. Wellness is not responsible for the content of this article.

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