Originally Posted by wmarcello
It seems like there are other good sources of Vitamin K as well though...
From the aforementioned link:
"Fish meals, liver and green plant supplements (e.g. alfalfa, kelp and other seaweed, nettle leaf, blue-green algae, spirulina) are rich sources of natural vitamin K."
It wasn't because of this particular reason, but this in general is why I don't mind feeding my cats food that contain meat by-products once in awhile. I know they get a decent dose of extra nutrients from organ meats like liver a few times a week.
I prefer to see "chicken liver", "beef liver", etc...over mystery items, IMO.
It's partially because of things like this that I prefer to feed a variety of brands and flavors/meats...with greatly varied ingredients I hopefully don't have to lose sleep at night over too much alfafa, too much of this, not enough of that. But I'm talking about canned food...which is a touchy subject these days.