I’ve given Brucy over 10 types of dry food: different in tastes, shapes and brands. It is very important to pick the best dry food that is adapted to your cat’s health, age and activity, and thus we take this choice very seriously.
One of our latest tests was Almo Nature Rouge Label. Brucy is a big fan of Almo because they have an exceptionally high level of meat and minerals in all of their products. The downside – it can be a bit pricy.
We got this Almo Nature Rouge Label Adult Duck dry food sample at the animal fair-trade we went to recently.
Ingredients (source: zooplus.com):
Duck, brown rice, potatoes, duck fat, peas, sugar beet, hydrolysed proteins, minerals, vitamins, mannan-oligosaccharides (MOS), fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS).
Additives (source: zooplus.com)::
Nutritional additives: Taurine 1170 mg/kg, Vitamin A 32760 IU/kg, Vitamin D3 2275 IU/kg, Vitamin E 210 IU/kg
amino acids chelate, hydrogenated 21 mg/kg, Manganese sulphate monohydrate 117 mg/kg, amino acids copper
What we love:
- The content: all natural ingredients, lots of fresh duck, reared without the use of antibiotics or hormones; no meat meal, colours or preservatives have been added
- Appearance: nice oval shape, not too big, not too small
- Packaging: I love the original packaging with animal masks and the text saying that the food “is made with ingredients fit for human consumption, but not intended for human use for commercial reasons.
I love the values of Almo – no preservative, just high quality ingredients. So if you are looking for a good dry food for your furry friend, we recommend Almo!