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Best cat food for folks on a budget
Reviewed in the United States on September 17, 2016
The fact that you're reading a cat food review tells me you like to do your research. So then you probably know that cats are obligate carnivores, which means they only eat meat. They hunt hundreds of species of bugs and birds and small rodents and mammals.
So if you want to save money on vet bills, you gotta feed your cat wet food. Just look at the ingredient list, fancy feast is the cheapest wet food with protein as the main ingredient. Don't bother with grains and starches. I've been feeding my cat fancy feast for his entire life, everyone always comments on how soft and healthy his coat is.
For a while i was going crazy and buying frozen raw food, but I worried about bacteria and contamination. I looked into making food (obligate carnivores, just give them some meat, right?) wrong. Remember when I mentioned they hunt like 237 species? They eat mostly meat, but they also need crazy stuff like taurine and other weird things cats get from eating bugs and spiders and birds I guess. Anyway it's hard to get the balance right and you could very easily make your cat sick if you're not extremely careful. My cat has tried all the meat seafood cans and he seems to love chicken and turkey the best.
If you can afford to go with the organic free range all singing all dancing stuff, you probably wouldn't even bother reading this. But if like me, you love your cat and are also on a budget: go with the ingredient list, go with the price per can. Do the math: it's always been fancy feast.