My cats are about out of dry food, and are taking a while to transition from dry to wet, so I am compromising with them. I went to Veterans Memorial Drive Animal Hospital today and bought some high-quality, high-protein, grain-free dry food: Evo (an Innova company) brand’s Dry Cat and Kitten Food and Nature’s Logic brand’s Natural Rabbit Meal Dinner Fare.
Nature’s Logic, for example, says of their dry food:
Highly palatable and nutrient dense meat based dry foods with concentrates of select fruits and vegetables containing no wheat, corn, rice, soy, potato or chemically synthesized vitamins, minerals, or trace nutrients. Each dry diet is specially coated with digestive enzymes and plasma protein containing high levels of natural vitamins, minerals, and albumin and globulin proteins.
And I bought some grain-free canned while I was there:
Of Nature’s Variety brand’s Instinct line, I bought the venison, lamb, and duck; and in their Homestyle from the Prairie line, I bought the ocean whitefish stew, duck and chicken stew, beef and liver stew, and lamb and liver stew. They say, for example, about their Homestyle lamb and liver stew:
• Hearty lamb & liver stew in rich gravy
• With spinach, carrots, and red peppers
• Chelated minerals for better nutrient absorption
• All natural with added vitamins and minerals
• 100% free of corn, wheat, soy, and artificial colors & preservatives
• Complete and balanced for kittens, adults, and seniors