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I recently switched my cat to wet food, and it was an ordeal finding one that she would consistently like. After trying out probably over 20 (maybe even 30) different kinds, I found that she only will eat Organix. I think it may be because the Organix wet food has very little smell, unlike almost all of the other brands, which have a distinct smell. I’m wondering what causes that typical cat food smell – any ideas? In any case, I was happy to see your positive review on the Organix food.
I thought I had previously submitted a commnet but could not find it 🙂 I wanted to know your take on the Wellness Canned food- it is the basic one not core, healthy cuts etc. I have been feeding it to my cats for some time…I did see your review on the Nulo and switched them to that dry which they seem to like. I had them on the Castor & Pullnix Organix for a long time but could not find info on it. I do see Nulo has some canned that is basically the same flavors as the Wellness. I think the ingredient I find concerning is the carageen. I dont see this in the Nulo wet so I am giving it a try. Please let me know your take on Wellness wet food Thank you!
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These premium cat foods are not always more expensive than the popular cat foods and certain flavors are priced cheaper than others. They all use high quality human grade or organic proteins as their primary ingredients. They don't contain unhealthy preservatives, formulations or dyes, and are made by manufacturers with good to excellent reputations. There are usually rave reviews for these cat foods.You may be unknowingly harming your pets by feeding them wet food, even from the most expensive “premium” brands—despite extra care taken to find formulations high in animal-based proteins, low in fat and carbohydrates, and even USDA certified organic. Our research found that greater than 70% of canned pet foods contain carrageenan, a non-nutritive food stabilizer extracted from red seaweed. Peer-reviewed and published research indicates that carrageenan is known to cause intestinal inflammation with the potential to lead to cancer, even in small doses. is probably best known for its super-premium dog foods. But the company makes cat products as well, including Ultramix and Organix . Recently I had the opportunity to review the Organix Indoor Adult Cat Food kibble and a sampler pack of the four different Organix canned food flavors.Castor & Pollux Organix Cat Food gets very positive reviews from cat owners. They like the fact that this food is made with healthy ingredients and contains no fillers, preservatives, or chemical additives. Many cat owners who have switched to this brand say that their cats are active, happy, and have glossy coats and fewer hairballs.The below NextGen Dog’s Organix Grain Free dog food review analyzes product’s ingredients and nutrition, sourcing and manufacturing, any certifications and marketing claims used.The below NextGen Dog’s Organix dog food review analyzes product’s ingredients and nutrition, sourcing and manufacturing, any certifications and marketing claims used.