Before I could compare hundreds of products, I first had to create a database in which I tracked individual ingredients. This database allows me to quickly search for a term such as 'copper sulfate' and quickly come up with a list of brands containing that ingredient. The database also enables me to assign a letter grade to a product which assists me in deciding whether or not I want to feed a product to my cats.
The key facts that one can observe from this product data are:
I rated this product with an (X) - rejected. In my humble opinion, this product should be pulled from store shelves right now. It will hurt your cat. This product is typical of this cat food manufacturer's product line.
Since cats are obligate carnivores, aside from meat, bone and vitamins and minerals, why is all of that other stuff in the can to begin with? (Of course, the answer is all about the money. Fillers and water are less costly than meat.)
The manufacture’s website info and product label design doesn’t matter. Advertising doesn't matter. Internet product reviews and caregiver’s testimonials don't matter. Whether or not your cats’ “like” it doesn’t matter (all kids like junk food).
“If you are feeding canned cat food, the ONLY things that matter to your cats’ future and wellbeing are the ingredients in the can and the quality of those ingredients." - Doug Hines
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