Why Wet Cat Food?


Wet cat food is a great way to give your cat the variety they enjoy, plus hydration and the high protein they need. There are lots of choices in recipes as well as textures, including pate cat food and cat food entrees in gravy.  


Depending on how you like to store and serve, you can choose from canned cat food or cat food pouches. No matter what the form or flavor, however, the best wet cat food for your cat should always be nutritionally complete and balanced for their life stage.  


Wondering which is better, wet vs. dry cat food? The answer is both! Purina nutritionists recommend mixing wet and dry cat food into your feline friend’s diet. Explore our range of high-quality wet cat food brands, each with so many tempting ways to nourish your cat.  

Explore Brands Offering Wet Cat Food

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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. 

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With a wide variety of yummy wet and dry foods, treats and cat food complements, Friskies provides a world of taste adventures that feed your cat’s playfulness and curiosity. 

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Fancy Feast

Savory flavors. Delicate textures. Inspired recipes. Real ingredients. Every Fancy Feast entrée is made with delicious details, served daily. 

Benefits of Wet Cat Food

  • Helps promote healthy hydration 
  • High in protein to support strong muscles 
  • Variety of textures and ingredients cats love 
  • 100% complete and balanced for each life stage 

Learn More About Wet Cat Food and Feeding

How much should I feed my cat
The Purina cat care experts know a thing or two about wet food. Learn some helpful guidelines for when, how often, and how much wet cat food to serve your feline friend.
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.