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\\\"MADE IN AMERICA\\\"

Desiree JohnsonDesiree Johnson RosevilleMember Posts: 3,736
edited 25 July, 2007 in Food & Nutrition
We\'re not going to buy any thing manufactured or associated with funding China,so we\'re looking for a new cat food which resources and factory has nothing at all to do with China.I want to use this as an excuse to get off of Purina and onto a higher quality food,even if it\'s manufactured in the US. What are some good American-made foods for a 10 year old female cat,a overweight 5-year-old male with a heart murmur,and two 3-year-old frisky males?I currently free-feed them,but I could possibly have a feeding schedule. Also,can they be found in chain stores like Petco? Squeaks, Tiger

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  • Julia HarrisJulia Harris Member Posts: 185
    edited 8 July, 2007
    Innova, Merrick and Wellness all make their dry food in their own facilities in the US. Merrick also manufactures it's canned food, and Innova is building their own canning facility. Orijen and Go! Natural are both Canadian made foods. Orijen also uses all Canadian grown/raised ingredients (which I LOVE). Good luck on your search :)
  • Lorraine BrinerLorraine Briner Member Posts: 4,098
    edited 8 July, 2007
    Felidae is another made/sourced in the USA food - we love the dry chicken and rice formula!
  • Desiree JohnsonDesiree Johnson RosevilleMember Posts: 3,736
    edited 8 July, 2007
    We\'ve been looking into Felidae,too,because we heard of Canidae on the Dogster Forums. Thanks for the help,guys! Squeaks, Tiger
  • Karyn LehmannKaryn Lehmann redlandsMember Posts: 247
    edited 12 July, 2007
    also Natures Variety and Natural Balance, in addition to the Natura , Wellness , Merrick, and By Nature.
  • Alana RobertsAlana Roberts BrooklynMember Posts: 758
    edited 13 July, 2007
    I believe Newman's Own Organics is made in America too. However just because something says made in America doesn't mean they dont import ingredients from other countries also American Beef has been questionable for some time - reports of mad cow disease - so this isnt a cureall. I would recommend Organics food or high quality food as the safest best
  • Karyn LehmannKaryn Lehmann redlandsMember Posts: 247
    edited 25 July, 2007
    Newmans own is a really grainy food with tons of soy, soy is no good for cats.
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