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Has anyone tried Nature\'s Logic or Nature\'s Variety?

amy grubbamy grubb Member Posts: 26
edited 23 December, 2006 in Food & Nutrition
My mommy is still trying to find the best food for me. My poop is still loose and stinky. Many varieties have rice and mommy wants me to stay away from grains. Has anyone tried Nature's Logic or Nature's Variety?

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  • Sarah KlearSarah Klear VictoriaMember Posts: 239
    edited 21 December, 2006
    Both are good foods. I have fed Nature's Variety cans and Nature's Logic dry in the past. Only down side is that they are quite pricey.
  • Karen LeeKaren Lee The kingdom of Mer-lotMember Posts: 89,020
    edited 22 December, 2006
    I eat Nature\'s Variety. It is very good food. The Raw Instinct Grain Free dry has no grains at all, hence the name, mol. My poop is not stinky anymore and my fur is soft and healthy. Here is the Nature\'s Variety web site. The food can be expensive and hard to find. You can look at the web site to find a store that sells the food near you. You can always buy food online. Another good grain free food is Wellness and Innova Evo. This Catster post has links to other good foods, some of which have no grains.
  • Jana PhillipsJana Phillips RaleighMember Posts: 846
    edited 22 December, 2006
    I am not a big fan of Nature's Logic because they do not use any Vitamin D in their food...their "excuse" on their website is that they don't need it because they get natural vitamin D from the sun....well, all I know is most kitties are indoor and don't get outside that much, if at all! Because they won't add the supplement the AAFCO will only state "for supplemental feeding only." If they would JUST add vitamin D it would be a great food! *sigh* On the other hand, Nature's Variety is a wonderful food :)
  • amy grubbamy grubb Member Posts: 26
    edited 23 December, 2006
    Didn't Nature's Logic go through recent trials that gave them the AAFCO "all life stages" guarantee? I was concerned about the D as well as the lack of added taurine and the blood plasma. I understand wanting all natural vitamin sources, but I wonder if they are missing things. Does the chicken meal in Nature's Variety bother anyone?
  • Jana PhillipsJana Phillips RaleighMember Posts: 846
    edited 23 December, 2006
    They tried to get it approved for all life stages but were denied again because after being analyzed, the food still did not contain enough vitamin D
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