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February is National Cat Health Month – How To Keep Your Cat Hydrated

Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Petcurean and I am a blogger advocate.

Did you know the most important nutrient for your cat isn’t protein, carbohydrates, or fats? It’s water! Water is essential for crucial bodily functions such as circulation, digestion, and waste removal. Throughout the day, moisture is lost through your cat’s breath and skin so it’s necessary that they re-hydrate. Some signs of dehydration include sunken eyes, lethargy, loss of skin elasticity, decreased appetite, and dry mouth, gums, or nose.

Since cats aren’t natural water drinkers, it can be tricky to ensure they’re getting enough water. Fortunately, cats have evolved to get most of their water from food. One helpful way of introducing more liquid into their diets is freezing chicken stock in an ice tray and offering it daily. Even better, find a wet food that your cat enjoys – such as the NOW FRESH stews and pâtés from Petcurean.

So fresh, like it’s served straight from the pot, Petcurean’s new NOW FRESH stews and pâtés are perfect served as a treat, topper, or as a complete and balanced meal. Available in four mouth-watering flavors – turkey stew, wild salmon stew, pork pâté, and wild salmon pâté – your cat will be ecstatic to get their water intake through these delicious bites.

All recipes are non-GMO and made in a human-grade facility with human-grade ingredients including 100 percent fresh wild salmon, turkey or pork, and fresh potatoes, carrots, peas, cranberries, sweet potatoes, and apples – all excellent sources of antioxidants, essential vitamins and minerals and dietary fiber to support digestive health. The NOW FRESH stews and pâtés are basically National Cat Health month in a small, sustainable carton.

For $5 off Petcurean kibble click the link and enter code PAWSOME6!

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