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James Wellbeloved Adult Cat Grain Free Wet Food Pouches (Lamb)

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Manufacturer: James Wellbeloved

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12 x 85g Pouches

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Description

James Wellbeloved Adult Cat Grain Free Pouches are full of added vitamins and minerals to ensure your cat gets all the nutrients they require for healthy living, and have been made from only natural, high quality ingredients.

Hypo-allergenic and a great choice for cats with food intolerances, this cat food contains only a single meat protein source and contains no cereals, pork, beef, wheat, wheat gluten or dairy products.

Key Benefits:

  • No Cereals: For cats that enjoy a grain free recipe
  • Omega Oils: To help give a glossy, healthy coat
  • Prebiotic: To maintain a healthy, happy gut flora
  • Balanced Fibre: For a settled tummy and digestive system
  • Yucca Extract: For less smelly stools

Composition:
Lamb: 35.5%, Pea Protein, Tomato Pomace, Cassava, Potato Flakes, Sunflower Oil, Calcium Carbonate, Potassium Diphosphate, Linseed Oil, Xylose, Chicory Extract, Cranberry Extract: 0.0014%, Yucca Extract: 0.005%

Nutritional Information:
Moisture: 82%, Protein: 9.5%, Crude Fibres: 0.5%, Fat Content: 4.5%, Crude Ash: 1.5%, Omega-3 Fatty Acids: 0.4%, Omega-6 Fatty Acids: 1.2%

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Claire Rowley
April 2013

I've been feeding this to my cat along with the dry food, nearly 4 weeks in and it seems to be helping him with his itching. Loves the dry food (loves any dry food really). After the first week with the wet food though it has been difficult to get him to eat it. He suffers with UTIs so it is important he eats the wet food as he just won't drink water (which is why he suffers with UTIs). The food however does seem to be helping which is why i'm managing to keep up with it. I've also fed it a few times to my other cat, initially she loved it but again has gradually stopped eating it. Its good as a treat but cats seem to get fed up with it quickly. Would definitely recommend to use as part of an elimination trial, if your cat has never really eaten lamb then this is a good option as it is a bit cheaper than the venison and pea diets out there.