Dry food should always be of high quality and contain all nutrients, vitamins and minerals necessary for cats. If that is the case then you can feed your cat this alone. The decisive factor is that the dry food is tailored to the needs of your cat. Several factors play a role in this – such as age, breed and life situation. House cats, for example, require less food than outdoor cats. For cats with sensitive digestion, dry food is often more digestible than wet feed. Chewing the bits is also good for cats’ dental care. It is important that your cat always has fresh water available for proper hydration. Unlike wet feed, dry food does not provide any liquid.