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Precise Kitten Turkey Formula Canned Cat Food By Precise

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Precise Kitten Turkey Formula Canned Cat Food

Precise is proudly made in the USA by Texas Farm Products, a family-owned company since 1930 and makers of respected pet food brands. Safe. Scientific. Genuine. Qualities and values people demand in the pet food they buy and the pet food company it’s made by. At Precise, experience has taught them that nobody cares more about pets and no one knows more about what they need than pet owners. And they continue to listen to them – developing and refining cat and dog food formulations that meet and exceed their expectations.

Precise canned Kitten Formula is offered in a meaty, pâté-style that is packed with high quality ingredients including turkey, chicken liver and fish meal to provide high quality protein to build lean muscle. Plus vitamins and chelated minerals providing the necessary cofactors for cellular function. Precise canned provides just what your new feline needs.

Key Benefits

  • Suitable for kittens as well as pregnant and nursing cats
  • Made with fresh, wholesome ingredients
  • High quality and easily digested proteins
  • With added vitamins and chelated minerals
  • No corn, wheat, sorghum or yeast
  • Made in the USA

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Item Number 60526
Lifestage
  • All Stages
  • Kitten
Country of Origin
  • United States
Special Diet
  • No Corn No Wheat No Soy
Form
  • Canned Food

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Precise Kitten Turkey Formula Canned Cat Food Customer Reviews

Precise Kitten Turkey Formula Canned Cat Food 2 5 1 1
Could be improved in our opinion Started to love this product until we realized that Carrageenan is listed in the ingredients. Carrageenan has been linked to serious illness. Also, company does not seem to reply to questions regarding the use of BPA in the lining of their cans. There are, however, many other pet food companies who are addressing these very important concerns from more informed pet parents. March 18, 2013
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