I use Innova Evo from Natura, out of California. I order through
Petfooddirect.com when they have their 22% off deal about once a month. It's
all protein. My cats love it.
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Many thanks to Laurie, Jennifer, Marylyn Sabrina for writing in
response to my question about healthy dry foods.
I'm now seriously considering putting Pixie on a commercially prepared
raw food diet after discovering a BARF supplier in a nearby town. (I
find the BARF moniker hilariously
I bought organic spinach, carrots, green peas, green beans and squash
(usually frozen but, if we were traveling, baby food) and just ground
it up in a small Black Decker grinder and mixed it with her Primal
Raw or even canned foods (again, organic no grain food). Sometimes I
I'd try and get another brand of food that's maybe the same nutrition-wise or a
little better. I use Eukanuba Naturals, but I don't know if that's available
in Europe. Eukanuba is classified as ultra-premium dry cat food. Good luck in
Jennifer - PROUD VEGETARIAN LOCAL SPCA
: Re: [Felvtalk] Healthy dry foods?
I'd try and get another brand of food that's maybe the same nutrition-wise
or a little better. I use Eukanuba Naturals, but I don't know if that's
available in Europe. Eukanuba is classified as ultra-premium dry cat food.
Good luck in your search!
Glad to hear that Pixie is doing so well!
I would drop Nutro like it's on fire! It's better than some foods, but it's
still FULL of ingredients that our kitties are not designed to eat.
Remember, cats are obligate carnivores, so they have ABSOLUTELY NO NEED for
grains! They need MEAT,
Primal Raw is as easy as opening a can. The freezer bag contains
small cubes of meats and some veggies. I added organic veggies that
were rich in iron and/or vitamin c to it (Dixie loved vegetables). I
am vegetarian and, while I have cooked for my critters, it is a lot
easier to do the
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