My cats loved this sample. They have always been fed 9Lives and recently started itching after eating and upset tummies. When I received the sample....I noticed they were eating less of the Purina and also not itches with happy tummies. Needless to say, I will spend a little more to keep my fur babies happy. I am a proud Purina One mom now. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
After cat started suffering uti’s for over a year after turning 10 and getting antibiotics I started giving her this uti food and haven’t had a uti since
I started using this Pro plan turkey and giblets after I adopted 3 more cats from Death Row. The cats were in rough shape, scarred and I couldn't get near them. They love this food! I have been able to integrate 2 of the cats with my other 3 kitty's, I still have 1 more to go. He has made long strides, he is reacting warmly and meows so beautifully for his turkey at night! He loves it! I can't wait to integrate him, he just need's to get altered and I should have the money for that soon! Meanwhile, I have started my 2 ginge sisters Candy and Taffy age 6 1/2 on the turkey and giblets at night and they love it also! Now almost everyone is eating it at night and eating their crunchy Purina One chicken during the day. My oldest, Snowie 12, is set in her ways and won't give up her crunchy! But the other 5love it! Thank you!
Manufactured and guaranteed by: Nestlé Purina PetCare Company, St. Louis, MO 63164 USA
Animal feeding tests using AAFCO procedures substantiate that Pro Plan Focus Adult Urinary Tract Health Formula Turkey & Giblets Entrée Classic provides complete and balanced nutrition for maintenance of adult cats.
|Crude Protein (Min)||10.0%|
|Crude Fat (Min)||6.5%|
|Crude Fiber (Max)||0.5%|
|Metabolizable Energy (ME)||1060 kcal/kg||30 kcal/ounce|
Feed adult cats 1.0 oz per pound of body weight daily, divided into two or more meals. Vary amounts according to your cat's needs. FEED ONLY WITH CAT FOODS INTENDED FOR URINARY TRACT HEALTH. Pro Plan Focus Urinary Tract Health Formula should not be fed to pregnant or nursing cats or to kittens.