The marketing and the price range on this food makes it a winner in the marketing game. On the nutritional side it is nothing more than corn filler you are feeding your poor cat. If this is what you budget allows, look at buying something better at least once a month as a supplement.
The bulk ingredient by weight is yellow corn. Loads of bottom end products like high corn products as it makes a solid stool which is easy to clean. There is very little nutrition in it but you can be assured kitty will be making loads of pencils all over the place.
If you have to cleanup after the cat and you don’t mind feeding it loads of filler then this is for you. They should have called it Pencil Mix as it would make for a good slogan. The first 2 ingredients are all grains with some by-products added and them some more grain in the form of soybean. Loads of artificial colour so you the owner will be happy to see how the food looks but very little beyond that.
As stated above try and buy another meal with this at least once a month. Something that is not too heavy on the budget being Authority Chicken and Rice which is not very expensive. Alternatively look at feeding kitty loads of scraps off your table to balance the diet. See here
What’s good about this food.
Its cheap and makes good pencils.
Ingredients: Ground yellow corn, corn gluten meal, chicken by-product meal, soybean meal, beef tallow preserved with mixed tocopherols (source of vitamin E), turkey by-product meal, salmon meal, ocean fish meal, brewers dried yeast, phosphoric acid, animal digest, calcium carbonate, potassium chloride, tetra sodium pyrophosphate, calcium chloride, choline chloride, added color (red 40, yellow 5, blue 2, and other color), salt, taurine, zinc sulfate, ferrous sulfate, l-alanine, niacin, vitamin E supplement, biotin, folic acid, copper sulfate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, thiamine mononitrate, citric acid, menadione sodium bisulfite complex (source of vitamin K activity), calcium iodate, sodium selenite.