I've not heard of that particular food. However, since you seem to want to learn more about cat nutrition, here are two web sites to get you started:
Dr. Karen Becker: healthypets.mercola.com/
. I've been receiving the daily e-mails for several months now and I trust her information and advice.
Truth About Pet Food: www.truthaboutpetfood.com/
There are many other good sites out there on cat nutrition.
Some simple things to remember:
1. Protein and water is what cats need most.
1.Avoid grain, soy, dairy and corn in the foods as these are common allergens. Some cats are also allergic to eggs (one of mine is).
2. Avoid by-products that do not name a specific meat. This gets tricky, since good meats like liver, heart and kidneys are classified as by-products along with less desirable parts like feathers, skin, etc. A good rule of thumb: avoid anything that has been processing by rendering.
3. The first five ingredients are the most important, but as you learn more, you'll probably find yourself paying more attention to the other ingredients as well.
4. There is nothing wrong with feeding a raw diet as long as it is balanced. I feed a frozen raw food as part of the overall mix I feed my cats.
But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. Galatians 5:22-23 (NIV)
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