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Author: FoodStudio


  • Raises the body’s fluid level

Every cat owner knows that a cat is a cat and decides for itself what is good for it. When it comes to fluid intake and thus preventing various diseases, not all cats are the best decision-makers, and owners go to great lengths to come up with various tricks to encourage their cat to drink more. If your cat also belongs to the group with drinking problems, try using broth to increase their fluid intake. It is especially important to administer fluids to cats that only eat dry food because cats can get fluids from food when eating canned food, raw food, or other wet foods.

  • Bone broth is a natural source of collagen

Collagen helps support joints and fur and is gentle on digestion. Natural collagen is extracted from bones through prolonged boiling.

  • Broth is tasty and has a strong aroma

While some cats don’t want to drink properly, quite a few have taken it upon themselves to test their owners’ patience by refusing food as well, and finding a suitable menu for the cat can be quite a challenge. Broth can be added to food to stimulate appetite, especially for picky eaters.

  • Broth helps maintain a healthy weight

Broth is low in calories and fat-free because the released fat is skimmed off during cooking. So, there is no risk of weight gain. On the contrary, it helps with weight loss and is a safe choice for daily consumption.


  • Suitable for daily consumption as a drink

Many cats don’t like it when food and drink are next to each other. If your cat drinks too little, move the drinking bowl to another place. If you give broth as a drink, it’s also worth giving it near the drinking place. The process may take more time for cats with poor drinking habits, but for the sake of the cat’s health, it’s worth being patient and gradually getting them used to it.

  • Suitable as an addition to regular food or as a component in homemade food

Cats are particularly sensitive to food texture. If they are used to a certain type of food, they may not easily accept something new. So, try adding broth to their regular food first, i.e., pouring a little over dry food or mixing it into canned food. If the cat is used to a wider menu or homemade food, you can cook broth with meat soup or add it to food in other ways.

  • Suitable for recovery from various symptoms

Broth is gentle on digestion and a good helper in various digestive disorders. It also provides a boost to the body from various symptoms or postoperative recovery because its light composition does not strain the body but raises fluid levels and appetite.

  • Suitable for pregnant and lactating animals and kittens

During pregnancy and lactation, a cat’s fluid needs are even higher, and broth can be given unlimitedly, either in its pure form or added to water. The composition is also suitable for kittens and helps to train the animal to drink enough from an early age. Starting later, the liquid texture may seem strange to the cat, and enticing them to drink may be a much more laborious process.