There are two types of cat food, the wet and dry type. But which one should you give your pets? Here is some detailed analysis on the facts on these cat foods to help you choose in the future. Do not think of the budget constraints but ensure the nutrition to be received by your pets.

A dry cat food may appear to have more protein than a wet food, for instance, but only because it contains less water.

Here are some pros and cons for both wet and dry at food which was gathered on various research:



  • Is more economical
  • Is more expensive
  • Is convenient because you can leave it out and it doesn’t spoil as easily
  • Can spoil more easily and requires refrigeration after opening
  • Is energy dense, meaning a cat can consume lots of calories quickly
  • Is less energy dense than dry food
  • Has about 10% moisture content
  • Has up to 78% moisture content
  • Tends to have more carbohydrates and less protein than wet food


  • Tends to have more fat and protein - especially animal protein - and fewer carbohydrates than dry food
  • May be only slightly better than canned food at preventing dental disease



Based on this table, both types are still goof for cats. Here are some cat food that can be ordered from that will fit I your budget and is less than 250 PHP.

9Lives Hearty Cuts with Real Beef in Gravy PHP79.75

9Lives Hearty Cuts with Real Beef in Gravy 156g

Aristo Cats Yi HU Mackerel & Sardine in Jelly PHP 104

Aristo Cats Yi Hu Mackerel & Sardine in Jelly 400g

Cuties Catz Tuna PHP 129.75

Cuties Catz Tune 1kg

Infinity Cat Anti Hairball PHP 109.75

Infinity Cat Anti-Hairball 400g