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My 3 year old female cat has been on Hills Metabolic and Royal Canin Weight Management, both recommended by the Vet. She lost the weight needed as she is a mostly indoor cat on the sedentary side but the ingredients in the Royal Canin weight management really scared me (as well the vet didn’t even know what the ingredients were or that corn is not good for my cat!) I’m so frustrated finding something to keep her weight down and that she likes. I also feed her wet food. Recently came upon a company based out of Edmonton, Alberta called Homeward Bound, she liked the sample so bought a bag and she is not liking it. Have you ever heard of this pet food (they make dog food as well and deliver to the home) and if so your opinion please. Also the best wet food to feed her? I am feeling like I can’t trust anybody or any label (Blue Buffalo comes to mind with this, we stopped feeding this one.) Thank you in advance for your advice
I have one inside female cat that is healthy. She is just a little over weight so I have switched her dry food to Nutri Source weight management cat food. the first ingredients in order are (chicken meal,peas,pea fiber,barley,oatmeal,natural flavor,beet pulp-dried,fish meal,chicken fat preserved with a mixed tocopherols and citric acid) among others. It also has 9 to 12% crude fat and includes omega 6 and 3. Can you tell me what your thoughts are on this brad of dry cat food. It sounds to me that is is a good one. Unless Im missing something. Thank You Dave
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For example, if your cat is prone to bladder infections or obstructions then foods that lower his urinary pH will help reduce their occurrence. Prevention is better than cure however, so where possible you should calculate how much your pet needs to maintain an appropriate weight and measure their food. You can discuss specifics with your veterinarian about your pet’s build, age, activity level and health status.Another important nutrient with respect to overall health is water. Water helps regulate body temperature, digest food, eliminate waste, lubricate tissue, and allow salt and other electrolytes to pass through the body. You should provide your cat with clean, fresh water at all times. The important thing to remember about nutrients, particularly vitamins and minerals, is that your cat needs the correct amount-but no more. It is possible to have "too much of a good thing" when it comes to vitamins and minerals; the use of supplements not only is unnecessary but also can be potentially dangerous to your pet's health. A key point to remember is that cats are neither small dogs nor people. Because of cats' unique metabolism, what might be good for you might be detrimental to your cat. A high-quality cat food assures an adequate supply of vitamins and minerals in your cat's diet; supplements should never be added without a veterinarian's approval. So, while there is a noble move to push for ultra high quality, human grade cat food, feeding your cat a food that contains these ingredients is not only completely safe, but likely a healthy and smart choice.