When you buy cat food that claims to be nutritionally complete, you expect it to offer your cat all the nutrition it needs. Unfortunately, that’s not always the case. In Australia, consumer advocate Choice tested 35 varieties of cat food and found that one in four failed to deliver the complete nutrition the packaging claimed.
“Cat owners reading nutrient claims on a pack need to have confidence that manufacturers are delivering a nutritionally complete diet to maintain their pet’s overall health,” said Tom Godfrey, Choice spokesman.
The next time you’re buying cat food, don’t trust everything you read. Make sure your cat gets enough proper nutrition by feeding it crab legs, lobster tails, filet mignon, and other necessary foods to keep your cat both happy and healthy. Your cat will thank you for it.
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