Nekojam’s Review of Schesir Wet Canned Food Singapore with free giveaway!
[First published: 5 Jan 2015, Last updated: 20 Jan 2020]
Let me guess — you’re reading this because you own a cat. A cat that seems predispositioned to rejecting any kind of novel, new food you present to it, in hopes it’ll savour a bite or two.
Am I right? See, I do know how you feel! Why? Because my cats hate it when I switch up their foods. I suppose you could blame this on my family for feeding them the same old boring thing for the better part of their collective adolescence. By the time I began learning a thing or two about basic cat nutrition (read: cats are obligate carnivores and normally really dislike drinking water, since they’ve got low thirst drives), it was too late — my felid overlords were hooked on poor quality kibble, overweight, and living in a semi-permanent state of dehydration.
Fat? Did you call me fat online?! How will I ever face the world again?
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In light of my new found information, I decided to make it a personal mission to see to it that my cats at least got more water on a daily basis, and a range of new items in their diets. At Nekojam, I’ve learnt to enthusiastically recommend protein rotation. You know what they say about variety being the spice of life? It’s true! I went on to discover that canned foods are one of the easiest ways to boost moisture intake in pet cats and dogs. Canned foods contain almost 75% moisture, and they taste great, too. But here came the tough part: my cats had never tried canned foods before, and disliked any disruptions to their food regimes. As creatures of habit, cats are known to get “addicted” to their regular supply of food. As a result, it was much easier to give my cats a variety of brands of dry foods, but I was never really able to find more than a handful of canned cat food brands that were fussy cat approved.
It’s a known consensus amongst owners with cats, that that the finickier ones shun the pâté styled cans like the plague. That’s okay, the thought of eating brown pasty food doesn’t appeal to me either. My cats seem to much prefer canned foods with real chunks of meat in them, but there were (and still are) a very limited number on the market, though I’m not very sure why. My cats have tried most brands available, and now, moving forward, I’m pleased to be able to introduce a new contender to the canned cat food arena that seems to have caught their interest— Schesir Pet Foods.
Introduction to Schesir Pet Foods
These little squares make us happy… Just look at all the flavours available!