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EVO Cat and Kitten


EVO Cat and Kitten



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EVO Cat and Kitten food has been formulated to provide a raw diet in a safe and convenient manner. With Innova EVO Cat and Kitten you can feed as a total diet or in combination with a raw diet to provide a solid nutrional base of vitamins and minerals your cat might otherwise be missing.

EVO Cat and Kitten contains ground chicken & turkey meat, bones, fat, cartilage and connective tissue. EVO has also added whole, raw fruits and vegetables which contain health promoting phytochemicals and micronutrients.

EVO!...What to feed when you can't feed raw.

EVO Cat and Kitten food is available in 6.6 lb. and 15.4 lb. bags.

 EVO Cat and Kitten Ingredients:
Turkey, Chicken Meal, Chicken, Herring Meal, Chicken Fat, Peas, Eggs, Turkey Meal, Pea Fiber, Natural Flavors, Apples, Carrots, Cranberries, Herring Oil, Tomatoes, Pumpkin, Dried Chicory Root, Cottage Cheese, Alfalfa Sprouts, Taurine, dL-Methionine, Minerals, Vitamins, Direct-fed microbials.

EVO Cat and Kitten Guaranteed Analysis:
Crude Protein (min) 50 %
Crude Fat (min) 22 %
Crude Fiber (max) 2 %
Moisture (max) 10 %
Linoleic Acid (Omega-6 Fatty Acid) (min) 4 %
Carbohydrates NFE (max) 7 %
Vitamin E (min) 300 IU/kg
Vitamin C (min) 500 mg/kg
Taurine (min) 0.2 %
Magnesium (max) 0.1 %
Omega-3 Fatty Acids (min) 0.4 %
Docosahexaenoic Acid (min) 0.1 %
Total Microorganisms (min) 90,000,000 CFU/lb
CFU/lb

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21. margot on 2/15/2010, said:

Cats like it but definitely prefer the taste of Orijen.
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22. Joanne on 2/14/2010, said:

I feed my cats (one is diabetic) this food in combination with the Evo Weight Management. They like it very much and are doing very well on it.
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23. Anonymous User on 2/13/2010, said:

I wanted to switch my five feline friends to a higher protein diet for their health, but what I didn't count on was how much they love it. Plus, since this is a nutritionally dense food, you feed them less, which actually makes this a lot more economical food than it appears. And no puking kitties!
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24. Anonymous User on 2/13/2010, said:

My 4 cats love this! I have a 15 year old who was constantly vomiting and a 1 year old that had seriously loose stools. After only a few days the stools were firm and I haven't seen or heard any vomiting. I did an experiment with 4 recommended foods and this one won paws down (they wouldn't even touch the other food after they had this and would wake me up, begging for their EVO). All 4 come running now when they hear me pour the food. It is soooo worth it! And after almost a month, I have seen a huge increase in their energy, especially that of my two 15 year olds, and everyone comments on the softness of their fur. May seem expensive but well worth it in the long run.
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25. Ronda on 1/20/2010, said:

I have been looking for a cat food that is truly healthy for my cats, natural ingredients and lots of protein without lots of fillers. My cats really like this food! They did not have any trouble diving right in, and they get excited when I put it in their dish. (They have always had healthy food, but they really like this one!)
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26. Sharon on 1/13/2010, said:

I've done several feeding trials with different foods including prescription cat foods. Innova EVO Cat & Kitten is the only food that my cat has been able to eat without vomiting. I've been feeding it to her for 5 years now with great success! At first, I was concerned about the new formula, but it's been a month now. So far, no problems at all.
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27. Barbara on 1/13/2010, said:

Expensive but worth the extra cost because product successfully manages my older cat's longstanding IBD when medicinal methods and other diet choices did not help. This kitty is so much healthier by eating only grain-free canned venison and lamb along with Evo dry. While no dry kibble is truly "low carb enough" for cats, this product is very low compared to what's available. Evo is the only dry food my geriatric cat with diabetes is allowed to snack between her regulated low carb canned feedings. So far, the low carb canned/Evo dry diet has lowered her bg levels to acceptable levels. I've tried too many cat foods to count over the years...this one has been the best!
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28. Anonymous User on 1/1/2010, said:

My cat loves it and it's the best quality dry food I've found for her!
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29. Heather on 12/8/2009, said:

My cats will usually eat anything that is poultry or fish flavored, but this seems to be one of their favorites. Other brands selling grain-free poultry flavored food (Before Grain, Nature's Variety Instinct) have gotten tepid receptions at best, but they seem to be pretty excited about eating EVO.
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30. anonymous on 5/6/2009, said:

Oye,,, deceptive advertising on package or someone does not know about cats. LOL Ancestral diet my eye&#33 potatoes, apples, cottage cheese, carrots, tomatoes?&#33 Come on... these are not good for cats. Cats are obligate carnivores, that means meat meat meat, not fruits and veggies that are good for humans. puleese&#33
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