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Purina ONE Beyond Recipe is made from nutrient-rich whole grains with fruits and vegetables. It's good for your feline's overall health and also helps maintain shiny fur coat. This recipe comes in 2 delectable flavors - Chicken & Oatmeal and Salmon & Brown Rice.
Purina ONE Beyond Recipe
Cats will love to have this tasty treat and enjoy the enhanced flavor.
|Chicken & Oatmeal|
|Salmon & Brown Rice|
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Comments about Chicken & Oatmeal:
Dry food is TERRIBLE for cats. It is easily the largest cause of kidney and bladder problems (the lack of moisture causes crystal buildup in the urine and leads to blockages) and is the cause of 99% of obesity and diabetes cases (dry food is full of carbs, which burns out the cat's pancreas and causes diabetes...cats should have no more than 5% carbs to mimic their natural diet, but dry food provides up to 40%).
That said, of the cheap grocery store brands of dry food, this is one of the best...the first two ingredients are meat, where most don't have meat at all until about the third ingredient.
After learning my lesson about dry food with a cat I lost to diabetes, I feed mostly wet food (all wet food is better than ANY dry,) but supplement with the lowest carb, grain-free dry foods (EVO, for example.) Unfortunately, my rescue cat grew up on cheap, carb-and-grain heavy dry foods, and she won't eat much low-carb dry. I add a little of this into her EVO, and she loves it.
If I HAD to feed a grocery store brand exclusively, this is what I'd feed, and it's what I tell everyone who can't afford the more expensive grain-free, low-carb brands to buy. It's the best of the worst.
Do yourself a favor and check out catinfo.org -- a feline nutritionist tells you everything you need to know about how to keep your cat living a long and healthy life. You can also find cat food charts that tell you how many carbs and how much protein is in each brand of food. I wish I'd known the truth about commercial cat foods before I lost one beloved cat to diabetes and another to urinary blockages.