Why Compare Cat Food Brands?

Your cat eats the same cat food every day. The brand of food you feed your cat is the main source of nutrition and vital to a long and healthy life. As a caring cat parent, it is important to see through clever marketing ploys when choosing a premium cat food worthy of your feline.

Although you may think all cat food manufacturers have your cat’s best interests in mind, this is not always the case. Some manufacturers use ingredients that you would never knowingly feed your cat. In fact, you may be shocked to learn what some brands of cat food really contain.

Life’s Abundance Premium Health Food for Cats is veterinarian-formulated with safe and wholesome ingredients, including a blend of vitamins and minerals, high-quality proteins, whole grains, an antioxidant system, green foods, omega fatty acids, calcium and phosophorus for healthy teeth and strong bones and dietary fiber to help maintain a healthy digestive tract. Life’s Abundance contains no artificial flavors or colors. And there’s no corn, corn gluten, wheat or wheat gluten.

When reviewing this information, just remember that a nutritious, well-balanced cat food is the foundation of a long and healthy cat life.

Compare cat Foods

  • Eukanuba
  • Flint River
  • Iams
  • Nutro Natural
  • Purina Pro Plan
  • Purina One
  • Science Diet

Don’t see your brand of pet food listed?

Here’s how to compare your brand to Life’s Abundance Health Food for Cats and Dogs.

1. Get your bag of cat food. Look for the Ingredient Statement on the label.

2. Read the first 5 ingredients. They play a significant role in the nutritional make-up of a cat food.

What are the protein sources? We believe the primary source should come from quality animal protein, not vegetable protein or grain. Foods that list 2 or more grains in the first 5 ingredients may have more vegetable protein than animal protein.

Life’s Abundance primary protein is chicken meal. Why? Because chicken meat contains a certain amount of moisture; however, chicken meal is a concentrated source of chicken protein because most of the water has been removed. Therefore, it stands to reason that you get a greater “protein content” in 1 pound of chicken meal versus 1 pound of chicken.

What about grains? Two or more grains listed in the first 5 ingredients means your food may have more vegetable protein than animal protein. Grains such as soy, corn, corn gluten and wheat gluten can be difficult to digest, which means less nutrition and more clean up.

Life’s Abundance lists only 1 grain in the first five ingredients, ground brown rice.

Are there by-products? Some manufacturers consider by-products inferior sources of protein and, depending on the source, they can be difficult to digest.

Life’s Abundance does NOT contain by-products ingredients.

What are the fat sources? Some fats are better than others. We believe the primary fat source in catfood should be animal based because animal fats contain a profile of fatty acids that are easily metabolized and thus are generally more available to the body.

Life’s Abundance contains chicken fat.

3. Does your food contain other health-promoting ingredients, such as:
Vegetables, Beet fiber, Antioxidants, Proteinated Minerals, Bacteria cultures.

Your cat deserves the very best food. How does your food measure up?

Life’s Abundance Cat Sample Pack

Your cat deserves the advantages of total nutrition in a premium cat food. The free Life’s Abundance cat Food Pack contains a sample of a complete and nourishing diet: a natural, nutrient rich premium dry cat food, a comprehensive dietary supplement, premium wet cat food and a hair ball formula cat treat.