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Hi there, my name is Missy and I work with Instinct! In all of our raw and freeze-dried raw options we use non-GMO fruits and vegetables. In our kibbles we can't guarantee that all of our ingredients are going to be non-GMO.
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Manufacturer · January 21, 2019
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I don’t know. I do know they have instinct raw cat food. I will goggle it and try to find out! You have me very curious.
Amazon Customer
· January 19, 2019
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Hi Ruth, my name is Missy and I work with Instinct! The magnesium content for this specific food is 0.11% . Hopefully this information helps!
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Manufacturer · January 2, 2019
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I think all of them will work as long as fed properly. If your cats are not active, Ultimate Protein may not be the best option. My fat cat I recently adopted is responding well with Original Chicken, but she was gaining weight on this one. My other cat was fine on this one as he is more active.
Benjamin
· March 4, 2019
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Hi there, my name is Missy and I work with Instinct. Our Ultimate Protein Chicken kibble for cats has a protein percentage of 47% as-fed.
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Manufacturer · April 16, 2019
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I am not sure if this is made for a kitten, but the nuggets are on the smaller size. A bag last me a very long time, over 8 weeks, but my cat eats very little and this is in addition to a wet food that I feed to her. I keep it in a suction sealed glass Ball jar and it stays fresh. In addition, my cat is super picky and… see more I am not sure if this is made for a kitten, but the nuggets are on the smaller size. A bag last me a very long time, over 8 weeks, but my cat eats very little and this is in addition to a wet food that I feed to her. I keep it in a suction sealed glass Ball jar and it stays fresh. In addition, my cat is super picky and had digestion issues and this the only food that she would eat and not bring back up. I am happy with it and my cat has a beautiful, shiny coat. see less I am not sure if this is made for a kitten, but the nuggets are on the smaller size. A bag last me a very long time, over 8 weeks, but my cat eats very little and this is in addition to a wet food that I feed to her. I keep it in a suction sealed glass Ball jar and it stays fresh. In addition, my cat is super picky and had digestion issues and this the only food that she would eat and not bring back up. I am happy with it and my cat has a beautiful, shiny coat.
MaryAnn McGuinness
· January 13, 2019
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Hi there, cats need protein every couple of hours. They're not like dogs where you feed only twice a day. Cats need to be able to eat whenever they need protein, which like I say is every couple of hours. If you put some dry food out for your kitten, he or she will eat it whenever he or she needs it. Cats will nibble… see more Hi there, cats need protein every couple of hours. They're not like dogs where you feed only twice a day. Cats need to be able to eat whenever they need protein, which like I say is every couple of hours. If you put some dry food out for your kitten, he or she will eat it whenever he or she needs it. Cats will nibble on it and go about their business. Not offering dry food to your kitten or cat to be able to eat at all hours of the day is not good for their health in the long run. see less Hi there, cats need protein every couple of hours. They're not like dogs where you feed only twice a day. Cats need to be able to eat whenever they need protein, which like I say is every couple of hours. If you put some dry food out for your kitten, he or she will eat it whenever he or she needs it. Cats will nibble on it and go about their business. Not offering dry food to your kitten or cat to be able to eat at all hours of the day is not good for their health in the long run.
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· May 16, 2019
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You get what you pay for...but Chewy is cheaper :)
Angela Arcon
· May 25, 2019
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Hi, we feed our 10yr old Siamese female just a small amount occasionally through the day.
Atticus
· October 5, 2018
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Hi Justin, my name is Missy and I work with Instinct! The moisture content in this recipe is about 10%. While the kibble does contain a freeze-dried raw coating, as a whole this is a cooked dry formula. If you are looking for a raw recipe with a lot of moisture you should check out our Instinct Raw Frozen or Raw Signat… see more Hi Justin, my name is Missy and I work with Instinct! The moisture content in this recipe is about 10%. While the kibble does contain a freeze-dried raw coating, as a whole this is a cooked dry formula. If you are looking for a raw recipe with a lot of moisture you should check out our Instinct Raw Frozen or Raw Signature lines! see less Hi Justin, my name is Missy and I work with Instinct! The moisture content in this recipe is about 10%. While the kibble does contain a freeze-dried raw coating, as a whole this is a cooked dry formula. If you are looking for a raw recipe with a lot of moisture you should check out our Instinct Raw Frozen or Raw Signature lines!
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Manufacturer · December 14, 2018