Forget wet cat food.

We keep it natural.

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Naturally high moisture

Most mainstream wet cat foods use added gravy to keep them moist. But these gravies are often filled with unhealthy additives which deliberately make them highly addictive. We don’t need to add anything to our Fresh meals to give them a high moisture content. It happens completely naturally. That’s because all the ingredients we use are 100% Fresh.

And we freeze it to keep the Freshness locked in.

100% Fresh, premium meat. Gently steam cooked. High in moisture. Save the gravy for your roast dinner, not your cat’s.

Hydration = Health

Typically, cats don't drink much water

By nature, they are used to getting hydration from the food they eat, with their typical prey having a natural moisture content of >60%. That’s why they don’t particularly enjoy drinking water from a bowl. Just like us, cats need a good amount of water to survive and stay healthy. But not all moisture is made equal.

Why is hydration so important?

Essential for kidney, bladder and urinary tract health

When a cat eats dry food they don’t drink enough water, which can increase the risk of chronic kidney disease (CKD) and lower urinary tract diseases. Feeding high moisture foods like KatKin allows for better hydration and promotes dilute urine, reducing the risk of these diseases. [1, 2, 4]

Helps with natural weight management

Higher-moisture diets, like our Fresh KatKin meals, are typically less calorie-dense than lower-moisture diets, and it has been suggested these meals may help prevent or treat obesity in cats [1].

High moisture diets also increase your cats' energy levels, helping them lose even more weight.

Necessary for healthy fur coats and skin

Water is the major component of most bodily tissues, including skin, therefore water is essential for its normal functioning. Too little moisture in your cats’ food can lead to dehydrated skin which can damage its natural barrier function - and skin is the first line of defence!

Supports good functioning of the digestive system

Water is required for most chemical processes in the body, including those of digestion and absorption. Moisture helps to ‘keep things moving’ in the digestive system, so staying hydrated helps prevent constipation.

Backed by science

Every KatKin recipe is formulated by Dr. Justin Shmalberg, a world leading veterinary nutritionist. That’s why there are no grains, fillers or weird ingredients in KatKin. Just premium Fresh ingredients, tailored to the health of your cat.

"Feeding our cats well is the best strategy for preventing chronic diseases."

— Dr. Justin Shmalberg

Board-Certified Veterinary Nutritionist®


70% Moisture. 100% Fresh.

We never add unnatural gravy to KatKin.

We just don’t need to.
Our meals are 70% moisture and 100% Fresh meat, completely naturally.

We only use Fresh prime cuts of meat

Gently steam cooked in their natural juices.
Our meals are Frozen Fresh to lock in the moisture and nutrients.
Finally, they’re packed and sent chilled to KatKin Club homes everywhere.

The difference we make

Loredana & Charlie

"Charlie used to have a very sensitive stomach, with very smelly diarrhoea. Since KatKin he is like a new cat! He’s so happy now, and we are too."

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Loredana & Charlie
Stephen & Seb & Alfie

"As our cat family gets older, they're having issues with their normal cat food. With KatKin, their eyes look brighter and their coats are glistening!"

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Stephen & Seb & Alfie
Samantha & Charlie

"Our elderly cat developed some health conditions and we struggled to find the correct food for him. Since KatKin we’ve not looked back. He loves his food and we have a healthy, happy cat."

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1. Larsen JA. The role of water in disease management. In: 2018 ACVIM Forum. Seattle, WA; 2018.

2. Markwell PJ, Buffington CT, Smith BH. The effect of diet on lower urinary tract diseases in cats. J Nutr. 1998 Dec;128(12 Suppl):2753S-2757S. doi: 10.1093/jn/128.12.2753S. PMID: 9868257.

3. Zoran DL. The carnivore connection to nutrition in cats. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 2002;221(11):1559-1567. doi:10.2460/javma.2002.221.1559

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