No, it’s not okay.
Don’t change your cat food brand.
Changing the cat food brand can affect the digestive system of the cat.
But if your cat is happy with the food and is healthy then there is no need to change the brand of the cat food.
Is it OK to change cat food?
Changes to a cat’s diet should be made gradually. In fact, taking five to seven days to mix increasing amounts of the new brand of cat food in with decreasing amounts of the old brand reduces the chances that your cat will develop an upset stomach or refuse to eat.
Can changing your cats food make them sick?
Importance of Gradually Changing Your Cat’s Food. If possible, your cat should be transitioned slowly from one food to another. Sudden changes in your cat’s diet can cause gastrointestinal upset and may result in diarrhea, vomiting, and even a reduced appetite for your cat.
Is it OK to feed my cat different brands of food?
Answer: There is absolutely nothing wrong with feeding a variety of brands and flavors of canned food to your cats. In fact, it is actually a good way to ensure they are receiving a well balanced diet. It is not a good idea, however, to free feed the dry kibble.
Do cats get bored of same food?
The answer to this question will depend on your pet. While many pets are happy to scarf down whatever is put in front of them, Chewy notes that, unlike dogs, cats tend to be pickier eaters and may dismiss their meals because they get bored with the same tastes and textures every day.
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