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Royal Canin Mother & Babycat Dry Cat Food for Newborn Kittens, Pregnant & Nursing Cats

Royal Canin Mother & Babycat Dry Cat Food for Newborn Kittens, Pregnant & Nursing Cats

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    life saver

    By kittyl on Oct 26, 2021

    ever since i started trying to put my cat on lower phosphorus foods, she lost interest in basically every food i offer her—including ones that are not low phosphorus and which she used to eat normally. this kitten food is a "no-no" at her geriatric life stage, but it's become the only thing she will ever since i started trying to put my cat on lower phosphorus foods, she lost interest in basically every food i offer her—including ones that are not low phosphorus and which she used to eat normally. this kitten food is a "no-no" at her geriatric life stage, but it's become the only thing she will eat consistently. it also helps her appetite so she'll sometimea nibble on other things. now if only someone would make a senior/kidney cat formula as appealing as this kitten food. she has even come to prefer the tiny kibbles. … more

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    Poor quality brand at a premium price

    By Canucklehead on Sep 5, 2020

    A quick search on CatFoodDB and other objective sites show that this food -- and all Royal Canin products -- is substandard. Meat byproducts are extremely inferior in quality than meat or meat meal, but it is the first ingredient. It also includes filler with little or no nutritional value, as well A quick search on CatFoodDB and other objective sites show that this food -- and all Royal Canin products -- is substandard. Meat byproducts are extremely inferior in quality than meat or meat meal, but it is the first ingredient. It also includes filler with little or no nutritional value, as well as carrageenan and guar gum, which are additives that some experts claim may be possible contributors to certain medical conditions in cats. There's nothing like starting a kitten out on the wrong health foot! People -- and many vets -- believe the marketing, and I'm presuming some professionals are compensated for pushing it. Some grocery store foods are much better than this, which isn't saying much. It's not at all hard to get a much more beneficial grain-free food with meat as the main ingredient and no fillers, and pay the same or less. … more

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