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Acana Wild Atlantic Dry Cat Food


Acana Wild Atlantic Dry Cat Food



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Acana Wild Atlantic for cats - a complete and balanced formula for all breeds and lifestages.

Acana Wild Atlantic cat food is a world-class, grain-free formula with fresh Atlantic mackerel plus arcadian redfish and silver hake caught-wild in New England, MA and delivered fresh each day so they are never frozen and are free of preservatives.

Acana Wild Atlantic is loaded with richly nourishing, easily-digested fish proteins (75% fish), while Omega-3 essential fats from fresh mackerel and herring (EPA, DHA) support immunity and nourish a luxuriant coat.

High-protein, low-carbohydrate and grain-free to match your cat's natural diet, Acana Wild Atlantic features regional fruits and vegetables including juniper berries and apples from Kentucky Farms to support your cats digestive system.

Acana Wild Atlantic Cat formula is available in 4 lb. and 12 lb. bags.

Acana Wild Atlantic Dry Cat Food Ingredients:

Whole mackerel, whole herring, whole redfish, silver hake, mackerel meal, herring meal, whole green peas, red lentils, pinto beans, cod meal, catfish oil, pollock meal, chickpeas, green lentils, whole yellow peas, herring oil, flounder, natural fish flavor, sunflower oil, sun-cured alfalfa, dried kelp, freeze-dried cod liver, whole pumpkin, whole butternut squash, kale, spinach, mustard greens, collard greens, turnip greens, carrots, apples, pears, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, choline chloride, zinc proteinate, copper proteinate, vitamin K, mixed tocopherols (preservative), chicory root, turmeric, sarsaparilla root, althea root, rosehips, juniper berries, dried lactobacillus acidophilus fermentation product, dried bifidobacterium animalis fermentation product, dried lactobacillus casei fermentation product.

Our only supplements: Choline, Zinc, Copper, Vitamin K.
Our only preservative: Vitamin E (mixed tocopherols).

Acana Wild Atlantic Dry Cat Food Guaranteed Analysis:

Crude protein (min.) ................. 35 %
Crude fat (min.) ....................... 20 %
Moisture (max.) ........................ 10 %
Crude fiber (max.) .................... 4 %
Calcium (min.) .......................... 1 %
Phosphorus (min.) .................... 0.8 %
Magnesium  .............................. 0.1 %
Taurine  ................................... 0.1 %
Magnesium  .............................. 0.1 %
* Omega-6 (min.) ....................... 2.5 %
* Omega-3 (min.) ....................... 2 %
* DHA ........................................ 0.6 %
* EPA ........................................ 0.5 %

* Not recognized as an essential nutrient by AAFCO Cat Food Nutrient Profiles.

Metabolizable Energy is 4020 kcal/kg (458 kcal per 8 oz. cup), with 34 % from protein, 24 % from fruits and vegetables, and 42 % from fat.



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1. Anonymous User on 1/28/2014, said:

Formula has changed with not so good ingrediants. Price has gone up and bag is smaller. My cat will no longer eat it.
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2. Teresa on 2/18/2011, said:

My Cat went through numerous medications then moving on to types of cat food. We tried 7 types of cat food before this one all of which did NOT work to get rid of her diarrhea. This one work the next day! I would highly recommend this food. No more medications. Thank you so much!
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3. Anonymous User on 2/11/2011, said:

Our kitties eat it but I can tell they prefer the Acana Grasslands. If your cats like fish I would recommend this food as no matter which Acana you choose it is a great quality food.
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4. Virginia on 10/10/2010, said:

My daughter recommended that I try Pacifica for my cat since she had seen such a drimant change in her cats in the lasst few months. My cat, Grace, experienced IVS (Idiopathic Vestibular Syndrome) at the beginning of August of this year. She is 11 and this appears to happen to older cats and dogs mainly in the NE. The vet couldn't give me any additional info other than to just take care of her. All blood work showed that she was fine. After nearly 2 months, Grace had seemed to "stabilise", but was still experiencing strong tendencies to lean to the left while walking and showing signs of needing to scratch her left ear. Since using Acana (only a couple of weeks now), I'm seeing improved walking ability with less leaning to the left, a softer coat and more interest in going outside. (Grace has always been an indoor/outdoor cat). I am very thankful for having discovered Acana! V Waters
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5. APRIL on 7/9/2010, said:

my kitty loves it. it is worth the price to see her so content.
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6. Daniel on 2/21/2010, said:

Not entirely sure how I feel about this food yet...it's quite possibly the stinkiest dry cat food in the history of creation--you would think the cats would love it becuase of that...unfortunately not true. "Mixing" their food together was not helpful either so now they're eating it when they get hungry becuase that's the only food available to them. One of our cats is overweight and the other is still kind of a kitten, and we were very keen to get them both on one food since the kitten wanted the adult's "weight control" science diet R/D and the adult wanted the kitten's Iams. Anyway, feeding them separately wasn't realistic so we're sticking with this for now...I'll write back if they develop more of a tast for it.
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7. anonymous on 4/26/2009, said:

I have a cat who is allergic to chicken and it has been nearly impossible to find a food for him that did not contain some chicken product. The Acana foods were a great find&#33 We give him the Pacifica flavor, which contains no chicken products whatsoever, is packed with healthful nutrients and all-natural ingredients, and best of all, he LOVES it&#33&#33
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