When I adopted Emily all I knew about cats was that I had always wanted one. Over the fifteen years I was lucky enough to spend with my first cat, I learned a lot about cat health and nutrition. As Emily aged and my knowledge grew, Emily ate many different kinds of dry cat food and wet cat food. One brand I knew I could count on no matter how picky she was and how important her special nutritional needs became was Wellness.
I always carefully read the labels and research the ingredients of everything I feed any of the pets. Wellness makes concern about the ingredients of what I feed a bit easier since none of their recipes contain corn, soy, wheat or artificial colors or flavors. And when scanning wet cat food labels for moisture content, Wellness percentages consistently impressed me.
Adopting a cat, whether it is the first (Emily) or her namesake (Amelia,) should be a wonderful journey of learning and loving, together. Looking back on years of striving to do what is best for my cats, while I was learning and expanding my cat care knowledge, so was Wellness. Not only have I appreciated having a brand that seeks to do more for the health of my cats, my cats have taken delicious pleasure in what Wellness does too.