Cats switched from a dry diet to a raw diet often stop drinking supplemental water - this is common!
Cats were designed by Mother Nature to get their moisture with their food. You should still, of course, always have fresh, clean water available for your cat - just don't be surprised if you never or only very rarely see your cat drinking from the water bowl.
While every cat is different, as one purely anecdotal benchmark, in the 2.5 years I've lived with our cat Wilson, I can count on one hand the number of times I've seen him at a water bowl.
Water in canned food is not a wasted, useless, filler that's only there to take up space.
It's insurance that a cat is getting her moisture with her food, as nature intended. Remember - a cat eating dry food, even if she is drinking supplemental water, still has roughly only half the water intake of a cat eating canned food.
There's nothing that's a bargain about dry food for cats.
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