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11 Best Cat Food Brands in Malaysia (Dry, Wet & Premium Cat Food)

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When it comes to choosing the best cat food, you might feel overwhelmed at first as there are many types of cat food brands in Malaysia.

As a cat owner, you might be thinking: What is the best cat food for my cat? Is there any recommended cat foods from the vets? And what cat food brands are considered healthy?

In this post, we will answer all these questions and share some tips about the important cat food ingredients you must know.

Which is better: dry or wet cat food?

Dry cat food has a lower water content (<10%) while wet cat food has a much higher water content (>60%). Dry cat food is what many pet owners call “kibbles''. Wet cat food on the other hand, contains pieces of meat and is usually packed in a can or sealed pouch.

In general, dry cat food is cheaper and easier to store as compared to wet cat food. However, our feline friends usually prefer the taste of wet cat food due to its moist texture. Plus, wet cat food has a great source of nutrients as well!

Should I feed my cat with dry or wet cat food?

In general, it is recommended to feed your cat with dry cat food as a staple diet and provide wet cat food every few days as a treat.

This way, you can ensure your cat receives the nutrients it needs while also not putting too much pressure on your wallet.

If you're interested to dive into the details on how much calories you need to feed your cat per day or how to mix the amount between the different cat food types, feel free to read our detailed guide here.

We even shared a table showing the recommended calorie intake for cats based on their weights.

Pros & cons between dry and wet cat food

But do note that the cheaper option is not necessarily the best option for your cat! Here are some pros and cons between dry and wet cat foods:

Dry cat food

  • Relatively cheap
  • Convenient and easy to store
  • Can be left out for long periods of time
  • Less suitable for cats with low daily water intake

Wet cat food

  • More expensive
  • Easily perishable once opened
  • Delicious and will make your cats happy
  • Good source of water and nutrients

Now that we understand the differences, let’s get into the exciting part - top cat food brands in Malaysia! We have arranged the brands from budget-friendly cat food to top-tier premium cat food.

Please note that this article is not sponsored nor do we recommend the products listed. We suggest that you do your own research to make an informed decision for your cat.
Note: The products listed are not halal certified as the certification is only reserved for human food. However, there are some cat food brands that are being labelled as “Suci & Bersih”. This means it does not contain any pork ingredients, was produced in a pork-free factory, and is perfectly Muslim-friendly.

Let's dive into each cat food brand!

1. MISHA Dry Cat Food

Best budget-friendly dry cat food

What’s better than supporting a locally-made brand that’s budget-friendly? MISHA Dry Cat Food is a low-cost favourite for many Malaysians as it contains a decent level of protein. It also has Omega 3 and 6 fatty acids to keep your kitty’s fur coat healthy and shiny!

The kibbles are thin and smaller than a 5 sen coin, so they are relatively easy to chew. Hence, MISHA is suitable for kittens as young as 3 months old. What’s more, it’s halal-certified hence it is suitable for Muslim cat owners.

Type: Dry cat food

Price: Budget-friendly (~RM57 per 8kg)

Suitable for: Cats aged 3 months old and above, Muslim cat owners

Nutritional content: 32% protein, 15% fat, 8% moisture, 4% fibre

Where to buy: | Shopee | Lazada

Suci & Bersih: Yes

2. ProDiet Ocean Fish Dry Cat Food

Image Source: Tengkubutang

Best dry cat food for hairball control

ProDiet Ocean Fish may be a dry cat food, but that doesn’t mean they skimp on using real fish. In fact, there’s little pieces of fish for your cat to enjoy in every bite of the kibble. This halal-certified brand is known to help kitties reduce hairball, improve vision, and maintain good oral hygiene.

What’s great about the ProDiet Ocean Fish is that while the overall packaging weighs 8kg, inside it’s packed into smaller 500g packs for easy storage. The downside is that the kibbles contain artificial colouring and are only suitable for adult cats above 2 years old.

Type: Dry cat food

Price: Budget-friendly (~RM66 per 8kg)

Suitable for: Cats aged 2 years old and above, Muslim cat owners

Nutrition: 30% protein, 9% fat, 10% moisture, 9% fibre

Where to buy: Shopee | Lazada | Petsmore 

Suci & Bersih: Yes

3. Air Dried Chicken Recipe for Cats

Image Source: PledgeCare

PledgeCare's air-dried foods are made following the principles of BARF/raw diets that incorporate a high ratio of fresh meat. Feeding your pet cats with foods that contain a high amount of fresh meat has great impact to their health.

For instance, your cat will feel more energetic, has shinier coat and has a healthier weight.

Type: Dry cat food

Price: Mid-range to expensive (~RM39 per 500g)

Suitable for: Cats from all breeds and life stages

Nutrition: 98% fresh chicken meat, bones & organs, 2% superfoods

Where to buy: PledgeCare's Online Shop

4. Blackwood Adult Cat Food Chicken Meal with Brown Rice

Best grain-free dry cat food

Made with all-natural chicken protein and brown rice, Blackwood Adult Cat Food has all the right nutrients for your furry friend. The best part is that it does not contain fillers such as soy, corn or wheat.

Blackwood does not use artificial colourings and flavourings, so it’s safe and healthy for your fur baby. If you want a high-quality, grain-free cat food for an adult cat, this is a good brand to look into.

Type: Dry cat food

Price: Mid-range (~RM126 per 6kg)

Suitable for: Cats aged between 1-7 years

Nutrition: 30% protein, 17% fat, 10% moisture, 3% fibre

Where to buy: Lazada

Suci & Bersih: Unable to find details

5. Purina ONE Adult Tuna Dry Cat Food

Best dry cat food for indoor cats

If your fur baby loves spending their days lounging around the house, Purina ONE’s Adult Tuna Dry Cat Food is made for them. This brand is suited for indoor cats with low activity as it helps with weight management. 

Cat parents will also love that it reduces litter box odour, boosts their kitty’s energy levels, and is Halal certified. Something to note is that whole grain corn and wheat are part of the main ingredients, which are not necessarily bad but may not be suitable for some cats.

Type: Dry cat food

Price: Mid-range to expensive (~RM18 per 500g)

Suitable for: Cats aged between 1-7 years, Muslim cat owners, indoor/inactive cats

Nutrition: 34% protein, 14% fat, 12% moisture

Where to buy: Shopee | Lazada | PG Mall

Suci & Bersih: Yes

6. GraceFull RAW

Image Source: The Grace Cat

GraceFULL Raw is a type of freeze-dried product that is produced using freeze-drying technology. It combines the benefits of kibbles (shelf-stable & being convenient to feed) and raw diet (natural nutrients from raw meat).

If you're unsure to go for kibbles-related cat food or raw cat food, then this could be a good choice for your furkids!

Type: Dry cat food (can be soaked in water to become wet cat food)

Price: Mid-range to expensive (~RM42 per 500g raw meat)

Suitable for: Cats from all breeds and life stages

Nutrition: 75% Protein, 13% Fat, 3% Moisture, 1% Fibre

Where to buy: Grace Cat's Website

7. Whiskas Adult Cat Food Ocean Fish

Best affordable wet cat food

While wet cat food is generally known to be expensive, Whiskas makes it affordable with their Ocean Fish Adult Cat Food. Pamper your kitty with their real fish protein and delicious jelly.

This brand is a popular choice for many cat owners as it is packed with nutrients and your cat will have no problem finishing off their plates. It’s also good for cats with small mouths as the wet food has a soft texture for easier consumption.

Type: Wet cat food

Price: Affordable for wet cat food (~RM4.60 per 400g)

Suitable for: Cats aged between 1-7 years, Muslim cat owners

Nutrition: 8% protein, 4.7% fat, 84% moisture, 0.3% fibre

Where to buy: Shopee | Lazada | Tesco | HappyFresh 

Suci & Bersih: Yes

Protip: If you'd like to see a comprehensive list of best wet cat food in Malaysia, here's a list of 8 must-have wet cat food.

8. Taste of the Wild Rocky Mountain with Venison & Smoked Salmon

Best overall dry cat food

Let your cat experience a Taste of the Wild with the Rocky Mountain recipe, complete with real pieces of deer meat and smoked salmon. With protein content of 42%, this cat food brand has one of the highest protein content you can get.

This is one of the few brands that cats of all ages and life stages can enjoy. Aside from protein, it’s highly packed with nutrients to improve your cat’s heart and digestive health. While this brand is more on the pricier side, it is a highly recommended, nutritious option worth considering.

Type: Dry cat food

Price: Mid-range to expensive (~RM68 per 2kg)

Suitable for: Cats of all ages

Nutrition: 42% protein, 18% fat, 10% moisture, 3% fibre

Where to buy: Shopee | PETTO 

Suci & Bersih: Unable to find details

9. Royal Canin Hair and Skin Original

Best dry cat food for healthy hair and skin

If you want the best cat food for healthy hair and skin, Royal Canin has got you covered. Despite its steep price, many loyal customers stand by this product because of its effectiveness. It’s also a brand that many vets recommend.

Royal Canin has proven to improve skin quality and help cats to achieve a beautiful, fluffy fur coat in as little as 3 weeks. It also helps to enhance urinary health, and is overall a very solid choice for adult cats.

Type: Dry cat food

Price: Mid-range to expensive (~RM144 per 4kg)

Suitable for: Cats aged between 1-7 years

Nutrition: 33% protein, 22% fat, 5% fibre

Where to buy: Shopee | Perromart | 88 Pets Mart

Suci & Bersih: All of Royal Canin’s cat kibble products available in pet shops in Malaysia are pork-free 

10. Fancy Feast Royale Wet Cat Food Virgin Flaked Tuna

Best high-quality wet cat food

Fancy Feast Royale Wet Cat Food is known as one of the most highly sought-after wet cat food. Its high protein coupled with ultra low fat content makes it highly desirable. Even the most picky of cat eaters will find the chunky tuna pieces irresistible.

Developed by a team of culinary experts and animal nutritionists, it’s the ultimate gourmet meal with all the best nutrients. Do note that this is intended to be an occasional treat rather than a staple diet. It’s also better for your wallet as it can be quite pricey over the long run.

Type: Wet cat food

Price: Expensive (~RM3.90 per 85g)

Suitable for: Cats of all life stages, Muslim cat owners

Nutrition: 10-14% protein, 0.1-0.3% fat, 1% fibre

Where to buy: Shopee | Lazada

Suci & Bersih: Yes

11. Orijen Six Fish Cat Food

Best premium dry cat food

If you’re willing to splurge, why not treat your fur baby to Orijen’s Six Fish Cat Food? This premium Canadian brand boasts a high protein content of 42% and gets its protein source from 6 different types of fish.

Not only is it grain-free, but nearly 70% of its fish are fresh or raw with no added preservatives. While Orijen Six Fish is suitable for cats of all life stages, it is best for young cats as older, mature cats may find it difficult to digest the rich ingredients.

Type: Premium dry cat food

Price: Very expensive (~RM320 per 5.4kg)

Suitable for: Cats of all life stages, but best for younger cats

Nutrition: 42% protein, 20% fat, 10% moisture, 3% fibre

Where to buy: Pet Lovers Centre | Shopee

Suci & Bersih: Unable to find details

What cat food ingredients should I avoid?

Before buying your cat food, it’s always a good practice to read the label and stay clear of any potentially harmful ingredients. Some examples are:

  • Chemical preservatives, e.g. ethoxyquin, butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA) which may increase risks of cancer
  • Thickening agents, e.g. carrageenan which could potentially increase risks of cancer
  • Fillers, e.g. grain products (wheat, corn, oats) which may cause gastrointestinal upset

What nutrients does my cat need? And how should I choose the best cat food?

Here are some important nutrients that your cat needs:

  • Protein for energy and growth
  • Fats for energy and transporting nutrients
  • Fibre for better digestion
  • Minerals for bone formation and strengthening the immune system

Aside from ensuring your fur baby receives these nutrients, you also need to consider about the cat’s age and its lifestyle when it comes to choosing the most suitable cat food.

For instance, young kittens typically need more protein and fat than adult cats. Indoor cats on the other hand, which often move less, require less fats but should have more fibre intake.

If you are a new cat parent, congratulations! Check out these must-know tips for first-time cat owners.

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*All information shared above is true at the time of writing. If you find any inconsistencies or inaccuracies in the information above, feel free to contact us at and let us know!