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Main Differences IAMS vs Science Diet
The main differences between IAMS vs Science Diet are:
- IAMS has different formulas for dry and wet cat food, whereas Science Diet offers comparable options for both
- IAMS has high protein cat foods, whereas Science Diet as options for oral and kidney health
- IAMS has pate trays for wet cat food, whereas Science Diet has canned wet cat food
It may have been an unconventional year, but quality cat food is still in high demand, and leaders like IAMS and Science Diet seem to offer a trusted name, with a lower price point than natural and organic cat food brands. And for cat owners like me, I’m always interested to see how I can find the best quality cat food for my cat at an affordable price.
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Best Rabbit Cat Food
If you’re looking for a new type of cat food, you may want to consider rabbit cat food.
As a pet owner for most of my life, I know too well how hard it can be to find the best pet food–not only the best food by age but also pet food that they’ll eat. Cats can be finicky at times, and it’s possible you’ve selected high quality cat food, even opting for grain free or low ash, and your cat still isn’t eating as it should.
The most popular cat food contains meats and fish like chicken, salmon, and occasionally turkey, generally paired with starchy vegetables (most commonly peas and carrots) as well as fruits, and whole grains.
While these options are conventional, there’s a possibility that your cat may not love them–or they might otherwise benefit from alternative meat like a rabbit. While there are fewer choices for rabbit cat food, you’d be su