Cats are obligate carnivores. Meat is the primary source of protein that is a necessity in a feline’s diet. Reading the label is crucial if you want to establish a healthy and balanced diet with your cat. Many low-end cat food brands contain corn fillers, animal by-products, ground wheat and animal fats. Even though many of these ingredients contain adequate carbohydrates, they lack in essential proteins. Cat owners who are fully aware of what they are actually feeding their cat could help with any health related issues later in life.
Royal Canin uses a good quality protein and it is a superior cat food for the most part. However pet owners purchase the brand in trust and it does cost significantly more than a store brand. With that being the case, it’s important to note that Royal Canin uses a lot of filler ingredients along with it’s high quality ingredients. It too includes corn and corn gluten, two items totally unnecessary to cat nutrition and potentially allergenic.