Best American Journey Cat Food

Best American Journey Cat Food Summary:

The Best American Journey Cat Food is made from premium ingredients including premium meats, fish meal, poultry meal, dried whole milk whey protein concentrate (WPC), corn gluten meal, wheat flour and other natural ingredients. All of these are carefully selected so they provide your pet with all the essential nutrients needed to maintain their health. The cat food contains no artificial colors or flavors and is free of preservatives. The product is formulated to meet the nutritional needs of cats up to 60 lbs (27 kg).

Ingredients: Salmon Meal, Chicken Meal, Ground Whole Grain Oats, Peanut Butter, Eggs, Brown Rice Flour (Flaked), Wheat Middlings (Whole), Dried Milk Protein Concentrate (Dextrinized Milk Solids), Soybean Oil (Sunflower Seed and/or Canola Oil) , Corn Syrup solids and Water.

Manufacturer’s Directions For Use: Feed once daily to adult cats weighing at least 60 lbs (27 kg) and older. Cats younger than 60 lbs (27 kg) may require twice per day feeding. Do not feed to kittens under 6 months of age or if your veterinarian has advised against it. If you have any questions, consult your veterinarian before use. We recommend that you do not free-feed this product.

Main Highlights:

Tasty, nutritious, and easily digestible.

Formulated to meet the nutritional needs of adult cats.

Contains no artificial colors or flavor and is free of preservatives.

Our Verdict:

This is a good product for the price. We highly recommend it. It is particularly good for cats with sensitive bellies.

Best American Journey Cat Food Rating: (3.8 / 5)

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Sources & references used in this article:

Chow chop suey: food and the Chinese American journey by C Guevara, E Guevara – 2003 – Ocean Press

The autobiography of William Sanders Scarborough: an American journey from slavery to scholarship by R Atkinson – 2010 – Picador

From a market economy to a finance economy: the most dangerous American journey by N Hamilton – 2011 – Random House

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