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Desiree JohnsonDesiree Johnson RosevilleMember Posts: 3,736
edited 19 April, 2007 in Food & Nutrition
We got this new canned food at the store.It's called NaturalLife.It's supposedly Ultra Premium food,which I doubt,but it doesn't have any rice protein or wheat gluten.And it's alot more expensive than our normal food,it's 77 cents a can. Does anyone buy it?We really like it,and we're not big lamb cats.


  • Heather BellamyHeather Bellamy Perry / StatesboroMember Posts: 5,506
    edited 19 April, 2007
    That's a decent food. I'd be a little too concerned to feed it now though, because some varieties of the Natural Life canned dog food were recalled yesterday.
  • Karen LeeKaren Lee The kingdom of Mer-lotMember Posts: 89,020
    edited 19 April, 2007
    The canned foods do have rice in them. It is ground brown rice, which is a bit healthier than white rice. Natural Life looks like a pretty good food overall, though.
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