Need some help?
Then you've come to the right place. Read on for our FAQs, and if you still
can't find your answer you can ask us directly
What do I get when I register to Grow with Whiskas®?
- Regular emails guiding you and your kitten through her first year
- Access to all sorts of advice and info on our website, including video footage
of our kittens
Should I give my cat dry or wet food?
That depends. Dry food's great for tooth cleaning, and wet food's succulent and
delicious and helps prevent bladder stones. They're both wonderful. You might
like to try sprinkling a little dry food into her wet meal.
How do I know if my cat's a kitten, an adult or a senior?
Our classification is:
Kitten: <1 year
Adult: 1 - 8 years
Senior: >8 years
If you're not sure which Whiskas® product to give your cat, check our advice
Do I need to cook Whiskas® meals?
No, our chefs have already taken care of all that. You just need a bowl, some
means of opening the product, and a hungry cat. Best read through the
instructions on the back of each meal before you open it for the first time,
Should I put any unused meals in the fridge after opening?
Yes. We recommend you finish up any meals within four days of opening. Don't
give it back to her straight from the fridge, though - cats don't generally like
cold food. Leave it out for a short while first so it reaches room temperature.
My cat adores Whiskas® snacks and treats - can she eat them every mealtime?
Whiskas® snacks and treats, like Whiskas® Temptations, provide loads of great
nutrients, like protein, fibre and vitamins. They're still no substitute for a
proper meal, though. Whatever her age, your cat needs a properly balanced diet,
and she'll get this from Whiskas® Cans, Pouches, and Dry.
Do I need to keep Whiskas® Cat Milk in the fridge after opening?
You do indeed. It'll be fine in the fridge for about a week, though make sure
you bring it up to room temperature before giving it to her.
How should I store Whiskas® meals?
Make sure you keep your Whiskas® products in a cool, dry place, away from
extreme hot or cold temperatures. Keep dry meals out of humid areas (i.e. away
from the washer, dryer or fridge) and anything with a strong smell (i.e.
detergent, fertiliser). It's best to store dry products in a plastic container,
though still inside the original packaging.