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Organic cat food.

Patti

Admin
Staff member
I am not an expert on these diets but I will comment that the first one looks good but I'm wondering with those limited ingredients if all the necessary vitamins and minerals are included, also I know there is heart in it but I would be worried that there is enough taurine. The second one adds taurine which I like but 50% offal? I don't think whole prey is 50% offal, but I could be wrong...
 

Michaela

Savannah Super Cat
I'm currently looking at doing Sahara's monthly food shopping and was looking at the following -

http://t.zooplus.co.uk/shop/cats/ca...organic_cat_food/hermanns_organic_menu/364029

http://t.zooplus.co.uk/shop/cats/canned_cat_food_pouches/catz_finefood/catz_finefood_pouches/365821

I want to know if anyone has tried the food and if so what does the content look like?

Replies would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you.


I would look and calculate the percent carbohydrate , protein and fat

Cats need animal protein as carnivores and less then 10% carbohydrate
Also taurine and other additives can be added like I do to raw meat
Whole pray is good ground also.
Weruva has some good grain free human quality food but some have too much carbohydrate.

http://www.catinfo.org

Has good info too

Xoxoxo




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Paige
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Paige
Staff member
Honestly, I do not do any of that calculating and all of my savannah kittens grow up to be very healthy :)

When I was a nurse, I did enough calculating to last me a lifetime - LOL!

I add Taurine to food once a day or more when Zuri is pregnant and they get a variety of food, so I really do not worry...
 

Michaela

Savannah Super Cat
Good point :)

Still love information on :)

http://www.catinfo.org

Low Carbohydrates or under 10 % calculated is best for cats
That makes is close to raw meat which Mother Nature
Intended for cats that are obligatory Carnivores.
:)


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