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Hello Im new - Is Natures Instinct the only premade Complete food for cats?

Discussion in 'Cat Health and Nutrition' started by Zeus' Mama, Jan 25, 2021.


  1. Zeus' Mama

    Zeus' Mama PetForums Newbie

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    Hello I have read so much on this forum, but even using the search engine and reading thread after useful thread I am still non the wiser.

    I am seeing concerns about purrform having too high bone content and other brands not rated as highly or require additional supplementation.

    I am unable to make my own, please can you help me find a complete pre-made? Is it possible to just buy something as simple to feed as a crappy supermarket brand? I just want a pouch or tub to feed without worrying that i am not giving a balanced diet because i need to get supplements to add on top :( . I dont want to make my baby ( BSH) sick.

    Is Natures Instinct the ONLY pre made totally complete food out there? He is currently on Natures Menu for kittens.
    Thank you in advance.
     
  2. chillminx

    chillminx PetForums VIP

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    I believe Luna and Me is a good make. I haven't fed it to my cats as none of my present cats eat raw, but several forum members feed it to their cats and speak well of it.

    https://www.lunaandme.com/collections/cat

    Another make that is pretty reliable is Kiezebrink. I have bought this in the past [for 2 previous cats] and found it satisfactory.

    https://www.kiezebrink.co.uk/category/166-raw-cat-food

    (They also sell a completer supplement should you want to feed plain meat)

    EDIT: I think you probably mean "Natural Instinct" raw? Personally I wouldn't buy it because of the TB scare a few years ago when a number of cats died. The venison that caused the TB has been withdrawn from their range, but even so I would never feel safe feeding this make of food.
     
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