There has been a lot of discussion on this forum about why canned food is better than dry food. Still lots of us feed our cats dry food as part of their diet and some cat owners can't get their cats to eat canned food. I personally feed a combination of both dry and canned. We've been complaining about the quality of dry cat foods. Too many grains, too many carbs, not enough quality animal based protein. Want to screw up your pet food company's recipe just a bit for the better? Well here is a way to alter the recipe of your dry cat food a little bit without causing any mycotoxins because the food will still be what it is, DRY.
Visit this website.
Order Liv-a-Littles Whole Chicken Treats(or beef if your cat likes that) It's good for both cats and dogs. Crumble a few pieces of freeze dried chicken into your cats dry food and easily a dry cat food that lists as
Chicken meal, corn meal, corn gluten, Brewer's rice.... becomes.
Chicken meal, dried chicken, corn meal, corn gluten
Well this is just an example. Many of us would not choose a food with corn meal or corn gluten but no offense to those who do. In my case the Rabbit and Pea dry food I feed changes from
Ground peas, rabbit meal, rabbit, pea protein......changes to
Ground peas, rabbit meal, rabbit, pea protein, dried chicken
The 30% protein in my dry cat food increased a little higher. Of course you still want to keep things balanced so a little freeze dried chicken goes along way.
Have fun! And remember, always do the opposite of what pet food companies tell you to do. lol