Keeping our Cats healthy with #WellnessPetFood #sponsored


Any visitor to our home will quickly learn that we are a cat family.  Our outside cat will greet you from her perch on the front porch, while our indoor cats will try to figure you out from one of their many window views.


These 3 cats are cherished members of our family and enrich our lives, so feeding them the best food for their age and stage is very important to us. That’s why I was thrilled when my cats were selected to try Wellness Dry Cat Food and Wellness Divine Duo's Formula wet food in partnership with BlogPaws. While I will receive compensation to thank me for my time, all opinions are my own. 
Wellness Pet Food logo

About Wellness Pet Food:

In business for over a decade, Wellness is a pioneer in holistic nutrition. Wellness seeks new ways to help pets thrive, educate people about the importance of a healthy lifestyle, and support animal wellness programs. Wellness provides pet parents with a variety of thoughtful nutritional choices to create a foundation of well being. 

The first Wellness product my inside Cats asked to try was the Divine Duo’s Beef Pate & diced Chicken Liver.  


wet #catfood

This wet food helps promote hydration for our cats, which is an important part to their overall health. 

If this duo doesn’t sound like something your Cat or kitten would like, there are 5 flavor options including Chicken Pate & Diced Turkey, Chicken Pate & Diced Duck, Tilapia Pate & Diced Ahi Tuna and Tuna Pate & Diced Salmon.

Don’t some of these flavor combo’s sound delicious?


Next I served my Cats the Wellness Complete Indoor Health. What was assuring to me is this food addresses concerns I have about my indoor cats including weight gain, dry skin and hairballs.


Wellness #drycatfood


Plus,  all recipes are free from corn, soy and wheat, as well as artificial colors and flavors. 

Overall, my cats are very happy with Wellness food. If you have cats, or are considering adopting in June for #AdoptaCatMonth, I invite you to visit the Wellness website to learn more about them and their mission. Wellness also has a line of products made just for dogs.


Please share in comments: Are you a Cat family too?




Disclosure:  This post is sponsored by Wellness and the Pet Blogger Network. I am being compensated for helping spread the word about Wellness, but My WAHM Plan only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. Wellness is not responsible for the content of this article. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."


9 comments

Barb Webb said...

We are a cat, dog and chicken family :) Will have to keep this in mind and need to explore the website, too! So important to keep our pets healthy and give them quality food.

Jermaine Pleas said...

I know I love my cats too. Your post reminds me of how we've managed our animals over the years. ^_^

Jan K said...

Great review! We have cats and dogs. Our review goes up tomorrow, we were happy with this food as well!

Diane said...

Thanks for sharing, our kitties love wellness

Linda Kinsman said...

Hi Barb,
I want chickens. I'll have to ask you a few questions before I take the leap.
I think you'll like what Wellness has to offer.
Thanks for stopping by.

Linda Kinsman said...

Hi Jermaine,

I like meeting other cat people. I hope Wellness products will be a hit for your cats too.

Linda Kinsman said...

Hi Jan,

So glad to hear from another Wellness fan. I'll stop by your blog soon.
Thanks for stopping by.

Linda Kinsman said...

Hi Diane,
You are welcome. And thank you for sharing your thoughts on Wellness too.

Cathy Keisha said...

I wonder if any cats eat the carrots. I’m fed mostly wet food and I prefer chunks to Pate so this fod should please all cats.