Pros: Inexpensive, Grain Free, Chelated Vitamins
Cons: More Carbs Than Higher Quality GF Brands
This is essentially the least expensive dry grain free cat food on the market. This is a good choice for a cat with grain allergies and can't afford more expensive brands, while wanting to still do dry instead of canned food. The issue however is even though it is grain free, the protein is still supplemented by pea protein and potato protein because its lack of additional meat based ingrediants high up in the list and it also has a lot of carbs despite being grain free, using pea and potato as second and third ingredients. The pro however in its lack of a large variety of additional meat proteins high in the list compared to other GF dry brands is that its good for a cat with different meat allergies, as many grain free formulas also contain turkey, herring, egg, etc and if your cat doesn't agree with those items this may be a solution. Food does contains a small amount of venison, salmon and ocean fish. Has an okay amount of omegas despite not having additional flax seed or oils etc. Overall, this is a good choice for someone that needs grain free on a tight budget with a minimal ingredient list but most will be better off with a higher quality GF dry food or this companies canned counterpart to keep carbs to a min.