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Acana Wild Prairie Grain-Free Cat Food


Acana Wild Prairie Grain-Free Cat Food



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

Acana Wild Prairie cat food is bursting with a natural variety of premium ingredients including free-run chicken and whole eggs from local prairie farms and North Lake Whitefish and Northern walley caught-wild from Canada's Northern lakes- world-class ingredients delivered fresh each day so they are never frozen and free of preservatives.

Lake Whitefish is a member of the salmon family and is loaded with Omega-3 essential fats (EPA, DHA) which supports immunity and a luxuriant skin and hair coat.

High-protein, low-carbohydrate and grain-free to match your cat's natural diet, Acana Prairie Feast features regional fruits and vegetables including cranberries and apples from British Columbia to reduce urinary pH. Organic sea vegetables absorb toxins and enhance metabolism, while raspberry leaf and marigold flower nourish and tone the digestive tract.

Acana Wild Prairie Cat formula is available in 5.5 lb. and 15.4 lb. bags.

Acana Wild Prairie Cat Ingredients:
Boneless chicken*, chicken meal, turkey meal, boneless turkey*, chicken fat, chickpeas, red lentils, chicken liver*, boneless yellow perch*, green peas, green lentils, whole egg*, yellow peas, herring oil, alfalfa, dried kelp, pumpkin*, butternut squash*, spinach greens*, carrots*, apples*, pears*, cranberries, mixed tocopherols (preservative), chicory root, dandelion root, chamomile, peppermint leaf, ginger root, caraway seeds, turmeric, rose hips, freeze-dried chicken liver, freeze-dried turkey liver, freeze-dried chicken, freeze-dried turkey, Enterococcus faecium fermentation product plus premium vitamins and minerals.

* DELIVERED FRESH FROM OUR REGION DAILY

Supplements:
Vitamin A supplement, vitamin D3 supplement, vitamin E supplement, niacin, riboflavin, folic acid, biotin, vitamin B12 supplement, zinc proteinate, iron proteinate, manganese proteinate, copper proteinate, sodium selenite, dried Enterococcus faecium fermentation product.

Acana Wild Prairie Cat Guaranteed Analysis:
Crude protein (min.) ............... 35 %
Crude fat (min.) ..................... 20 %
Crude fiber (max.) ................... 3 %
Moisture (max.) ...................... 10 %
Calcium (min.) ........................ 1.2 %
Phosphorus (min.) .................. 1 %
Linoleic acid (min.) .................. 3.5 %
AA .......................................... 0.1 %
Magnesium ............................ 0.1 %
* Omega-6 (min.) .................. 3 %
* Omega-3 (min.) .................. 0.5 %
DHA/EPA ....................... 0.1/0.1 %
* Not recognized as an essential nutrient by AAFCO Cat Food Nutrient Profiles.


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1. Annalisha on 5/20/2014, said:

My cats really enjoy this food.
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2. jim on 3/25/2014, said:

Recently ordered all 3 Acana sm. 12 oz. bags so my 4 yr. old could try all. Taking her off "corn" diet of any kind, also switching wet (Wellness right now) More should offer trial sizes!
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3. Anonymous User on 10/23/2011, said:

This is one of few grain free dry cat foods my cat would eat. This food is on my cat food list when it is on sale.
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4. Anonymous User on 6/12/2011, said:

I switched my cat from a veterinary diet(that he never wanted to eat) to this grain-free, all natural product and he is doing better than ever! I recommend this food to anyone that wants a healthy happy kitty on an all natural diet. It also must taste great because he's a very picky eater & now I don't have to worry about him eating.
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5. jacqueline on 12/21/2010, said:

We got our 7 year old cat from a shelter five years ago. We wanted to wait on commenting on how she's doing with the Acana because she needs a couple of months on a food before we have any idea if it's good for her or not. The shelter will not give us any info about her background because she came from a household that had criminal activities. They told us what they were feeding her and that she liked it and would probably continue to thrive on it (science diet), but 6 months later she started walking away from her dish and eventually was throwing it up (whole). We started looking for another food. Tried Nature's Recipe but she was bored with it after a couple of months. The vet suggested Science Diet vet formula wet foods which she wouldn't even touch. For some reason they were no help with suggestions for another dry food which is all we've ever fed her. We then went to Wellness brand and at first she started to eat it just fine, but after 12-15 months she started rejecting it and throwing it up whole sometimes. We tried another flavor and that went well for a couple more months but then she started throwing that up. To say the least it's been a battle with her. Then after researching other possibilities we came up with the Acana dry food. First, she seemed to enjoy it but ate less at every sitting. She showed no signs that she was starving, just had a better pace to eating than she'd had before. Then, we started noticing that she was developing an attention span for playing (something that we always dreamed she have but never showed signs of). Besides her difficulties with food in the five years we've had her we've never been able to get her to play. She plays on her own and with us now. Acana is the first food that we've seen her actually thrive on. It's been great!
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6. Anonymous User on 11/18/2010, said:

The quality of this food is excellent but two of our kitties like the Orijen better and the other two kitties like the Acana Grasslands. I would still recommend this food as it is a good quality food and costs a little less than the Orijen.
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7. Anonymous User on 6/7/2010, said:

Great service, fast shipping!
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8. Heather on 12/8/2009, said:

So far, the only food they've been really excited about is EVO, but when I poured this into their bowls, they went crazy. I'm adding it to my list of preferred dry food brands.
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