Here is some basic math.
EVO has 612 calories per cup.
1/2 cup EVO has 306 calories per cup
1/3 cup EVO has 229.5 calories per cup
1/4 cup EVO has 153 calories per cup
1/8 cup EVO has 76.5 calories per cup.
So I'm estimating that if you have an average size cat you would need to feed about 1/3 of a cup, maybe more or less depending on the activity level of your cat. And if you feed canned food you can reduce the dry portions to 1/4 of a cup to an 1/8 of a cup, depending on how much wet food your cat eats. Hope this helps.
I'm not switching to EVO. I just switched them to Innova but am going to mix that with California Natural until the Innova is eaten(they can enjoy a nice Innova and California Natural trail mix) because I am having fears of my cats getting too fat in spite of the logical calculations. I always think, what if I have to rely on a pet sitter one day or what if I were to be gone for an extended period of time. I don't always know how much wet food my Spotty is eating or if Rosie ate from his bowl. Spotty doesn't always eat all his wet food. That's why I'm switching to a moderate calorie dry food.
I'm looking for some better quality wet foods. My cats don't like the canned EVO or the canned Natural Balance or canned Nutro.
They like Iams turkey and giblets because the newer one is soupy, swimming in broth. I'm going to try a sample of the canned Instinctive Choice from www.healthypetnet.com
. They'll send me a dry food sample too, so I'll just use that as a treat.