Dry Cat Food. Real chicken or fish is always the number one ingredient in every bag of Rachael Ray™ Nutrish® for Cats. There's no ground corn, wheat or soy.
I would be negligent if I didn't mention just a word about the other problem we have with feeding our cats. WHAT we feed our cats is a huge problem. Cats are obligate carnivores. They were designed to eat meat and the commercial cat food you buy has far more than meat in it. The carbohydrate levels of cat food, especially dry cat food, are ridiculously high, dangerously high. We have created an obese cat population and one with an increasing number of cases of diabetes.
Real turkey or other proteins is the first ingredient, making this a wholesome meal choice for an adult Maine Coon.A calorie counting cat food, this one is designed with the needs of your indoor kitty in mind.Purina ONE is a veterinarian recommended cat food blend that looks after your pets total health.Canned cat food helps your pet to get both the nutritional support they need and keep them hydrated. If you have a finicky Maine Coon that prefers wet food choices, you will find a number that perfectly meet all of their needs.Nature’s Variety Instinct chooses to mirror the diet of a wild cat, giving your pet 95% protein, but no grains or gluten.
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Inspired by recipes from Rachael's kitchen, each delicious, wholesome recipe is made with real chicken or seafood as the number one protein. There’s never any grains, artificial flavors or artificial preservatives; just essential vitamins, minerals and taurine for a tasty food your cat will love.Updated on 01/10/2017: I actually called 9Lives and asked if they had expanded their recall. The woman said no and I told her about my cat throwing up after eating 9Lives and then he didn't want to eat again. He would try, then throw up and not go back to the food. This food was the chicken and also the Super Supper one. She asked me if I had taken him to a vet, which I was going to call them today until he acted better and kept the Friskies food down. I gave her the can number and she said that it wasn't in the list. I said, I know but maybe it should be? She said that she doubted it was the food and because I hadn't had a vet confirm that, it wasn't possible. I asked if it would be worth checking into to see if something was wrong and she pooh-poohed that. I usually buy Friskies canned food, but thought I would try the 12 pack of 9 lives canned food. My cat has started throwing up his food, and is crying because he is hungry but won't eat now. He never leaves any food on his plate but has been eating only half of the half can I give him. Am taking him to the vets Monday because of this recall as I think it is the food since it started about 3 or 4 days after giving him this food. The UPC numbers do not match but have a feeling it is still not good food. I have never had any problems with this cat and his eating until now. I am going to return the balance of the food even though these numbers are not on the recall list. I truly believe this is what is making him sick. I can't find my damned receipt from Meijers now. Don't care. I will throw away the 6 cans left. My cat is worth more than the money they cost. I still have the cans if you want them.And you guessed it! Cats eat meat, they have evolved to eat animal protein. Now grab your kitty crack (dry cat food) and write down the top five ingredients. How many of them are meat or animal protein? How many are not? The top five ingredients are the ones that make up the most of your pet food. So this number of top five was not picked arbitrarily.