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Innova EVO vs Nature Variety Instinct vs Wellness CORE

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i'm trying to improve the health of my cousin's kitty who is i fear will be on a collision course with diabetes if he doesn't get off his meow mix. my cousin refuses to feed canned or raw in part because of the autofeed kibble convenience... well, you pick your battles, i guess. He is committed to pay for the premium dry food, as he does love his boy Lion

i've been looking at Innova EVO vs NV Instinct vs Wellness CORE to recommend. do people have preferences or other recommendaitions?

thank you much!!
post #2 of 7
I like Insticts ingrediants but have yet to have anyone like it enough to eat it regularly...

Evo and Core were both too rich for all but one in my house ... though I like the fomulas
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Is Orijen an option? That's what Kitty gets. It's similarly grain-free, and she's done wonderfully on it. It's also the first kibble I found other than Nutro that she would eat reliably, and she likes it even more.
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Is Orijen an option? That's what Kitty gets. It's similarly grain-free, and she's done wonderfully on it. It's also the first kibble I found other than Nutro that she would eat reliably, and she likes it even more.
IMO Orijen is the best of the best.... If $$$ is a problem, take a look at Acana, manufactured by the same people, but a little more affordable...
post #5 of 7
I did have my cat on Chicken Soup but switched to Innova. The reason is the quality and the fact they are made by Natura. Natura has their own plants, they don't outsource. He is not a dry food lover, but I keep it in his bowl so he has munchies between the wet food feeding. And he really likes it. There has never, that I know of, been a recall by Natura. Their dry food is high quality and if your cat is a dry food lover, you will find he/she won't eat as much to get full. Plus, the quantity in the litter box is less. Go to their website.
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I did have my cat on Chicken Soup but switched to Innova. The reason is the quality and the fact they are made by Natura. Natura has their own plants, they don't outsource. He is not a dry food lover, but I keep it in his bowl so he has munchies between the wet food feeding. And he really likes it. There has never, that I know of, been a recall by Natura. Their dry food is high quality and if your cat is a dry food lover, you will find he/she won't eat as much to get full. Plus, the quantity in the litter box is less. Go to their website.
Natura to date has NOT released where their plant is so one can only assume they have yet to change from Menu...

Most solid premium s will give less in the box but anything with more than 2 grains IMHO leads to excess in the box... Chicken soup has more grain s than Innova ... but Innova has more grains than many premiums
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I think I have tried all the grain-free and higher quality foods. I don't know which is better than the other, I only know what Kody will eat. I know it is just a matter of personal "cat" taste. But the only kibbles Kody would eat after the first couple of days were Taste of the Wild and the Nature's Variety Instinct Rabbit (he wouldn't even taste the Chicken Instinct).
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