Quality cat foods

Quality cat foods

Quality foods for your cat

Get quality cat foods from a reliable source for your cat companion. They deserve safe and nutritious food. You deserve not having to research which ones are safe in a changing market. I try to avoid having corn in my pet foods. The reason is not the corn, but the mold that easily grows in corn that is wet or in a wet environment. This mold spreads quickly through bulk storage and can be toxic. It can also cause allergies and food sensitivities.

Cat Foods

Taste of the Wild has always been my favorite brand. I tried to update a sold out product link for it… and none of the ones that I found looked or sounded like anything I had ever seen. I read some very concerning reviews for the more recent timestamps. I am now going to be getting one of the other brands on this list when our bag of this food runs out. You have to keep up on what is happening with your pet food and this is a good example of it…

Blue Buffalo Life Protection Adult Cat Chicken & brown rice (Best Seller) 15 lbs

Wilderness High Protein Adult Chicken 12 lbs by Blue Buffalo

Blue Buffalo Basics (contains whole grains) Fish Indoor 11 lbs

Rachael Ray Nutrish Chicken & brown rice 6 lbs

Rachael Ray Nutrish Zero Grain Whitefish & potato 6 lbs

Whole Earth Farms Grain Free Turkey 10 lbs

Wellness Complete Health Natural Grain Free Indoor Chicken & Turkey 12 lbs

Natural Balance Green Pea & Duck 10 lbs

Merrick Before Grain Meat Chicken 11.1 lbs

Nutro Max Indoor Chicken 16 lbs

Cat grasses

These grasses can be oat, rye, barley, and wheat gra

sses or a mix of them. It is believed that grass helps cats nutritionally, gives them fiber, and helps in their digestion in various ways. Grass may be valuable to you if your cat is strictly indoors. This can also help when they are outdoors because we all know how much people are putting chemicals on weeds. Having this grass can keep your cats from damaging your beloved house plants too.

One of the things that make keeping grass for them easy is that you can keep it in the refrigerator, which keeps it longer and healthier. Maybe your cat wants this, maybe not… they may throw up far less or maybe not. This is different with each cat. It will be trial and error on finding out whether it is a benefit to have. Some prefer to have plant material incorporated in the cat food instead. Even if it doesn’t work out with your cats… it is healthy in your salads too.

This one is a 1/2 lb. blend of wheat, oats, rye, barley and the flax seeds with very high percentage seed germination. These grow your grass in 5 to 7 days.

The seeds to grow this hard red wheat grass yourself. This is a big seller that is highly rated and guaranteed to be viable seeds that will grow. 1 lb of seeds harvested in the U.S.A.

This is a very popular and highly rated one… 1 lb of sweet oats for cats seeds