Why Dry Cat Food?


Dry cat food is a popular choice among cat owners for many reasons. There are many benefits of dry cat food, including the fact that it won’t spoil when left out all day.  Dry kibble for cats also helps keep teeth clean.  

Wondering about wet vs. dry cat food? Serve your cat both! Add texture and taste variety to their diet by mixing wet and dry cat food, or try one of our wet cat food toppers.  

If you’re looking for the best dry cat food or kitten food, you can trust our dry food brands to provide complete and balanced nutrition for each life stage.  

Explore Brands Offering Dry Cat Food

Pro Plan Logo

Pro Plan

Purina Pro Plan is the most advanced nutrition for your pet’s best life. That’s why we’re proud to offer a full spectrum of performance and specialized nutrition formulas, including options that support healthy aging, reduce cat allergens, provide guaranteed live probiotics, and more. Try Pro Plan today and discover what advanced nutrition can do. 

Purina ONE Cat logo

Purina ONE

Purina ONE® pet food expertly combines natural, high-quality ingredients to create nutrition that can lead to visible differences in your pet's health. 

Cat Chow Logo

Cat Chow

Come Home to Cat Chow with the comfort of trusted nutrition that fits your cat's needs, lifestyle and taste preferences. Plus, all of our formulas are 100% complete and balanced for each life stage with a taste cats love. 

Benefits of Dry Cat Food

  • Crunchy kibble helps reduce tartar buildup  
  • Can be left out for cats who like to graze 
  • Great for cats who like feeder puzzles or toys 
  • 100% complete and balanced for each life stage 

Learn More About Dry Cat Food and Feeding

Wet vs Dry Cat Food list
Some cat owners prefer to feed their cats wet food. Others prefer dry kibble. Trying to decide between wet vs. dry cat food? Find out what our experts recommend when it comes to feeding your cat.
What Makes Healthy Cat Food
With so many options, looking for a healthy cat food can get overwhelming. What should you look for in your cat’s food to ensure she gets all the nutrients she needs? Find out everything you need to know here.