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Hi Jo Ann! My name is Cait and I work with Nature's Variety. Instinct Ultimate Protein Real Chicken Recipe for cats has 12% carbohydrates. We recommend speaking to your vet about what to look for when selecting a diet for your cat because they're going to be able to give you the best recommendation for diabetes. As alw… see more Hi Jo Ann! My name is Cait and I work with Nature's Variety. Instinct Ultimate Protein Real Chicken Recipe for cats has 12% carbohydrates. We recommend speaking to your vet about what to look for when selecting a diet for your cat because they're going to be able to give you the best recommendation for diabetes. As always feel free to reach out to me directly at consumerexperience@naturesvariety.com and I can help recommend the best option for your furry friend! see less Hi Jo Ann! My name is Cait and I work with Nature's Variety. Instinct Ultimate Protein Real Chicken Recipe for cats has 12% carbohydrates. We recommend speaking to your vet about what to look for when selecting a diet for your cat because they're going to be able to give you the best recommendation for diabetes. As always feel free to reach out to me directly at consumerexperience@naturesvariety.com and I can help recommend the best option for your furry friend!
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Manufacturer · January 18, 2018
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Hi there, my name is Missy and I work with Instinct! In all of our raw and freeze-dried raw options we use non-GMO fruits and vegetables. In our kibbles we can't guarantee that all of our ingredients are going to be non-GMO.
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Manufacturer · January 21, 2019
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Hi Margaret, my name is Missy and I work with Instinct! The protein percentage for the Ultimate Protein Chicken for cats is 47%. If there are any other nutrients you need that you cannot find, feel free to reach out to us at cservice@naturesvariety.com. Thanks!
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Manufacturer · August 8, 2019
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Hi Nio! My name is Cait and I work with Nature's Variety. Here's the nutritional information you've requested: Phosphorus is 1.3%, Sodium is 0.6%, Calcium is 1.5%, Magnesium is 0.11% and Carbohydrates are at 12%. Please note, these percentages are based on "as fed" amounts and since they're not part of our guaranteed a… see more Hi Nio! My name is Cait and I work with Nature's Variety. Here's the nutritional information you've requested: Phosphorus is 1.3%, Sodium is 0.6%, Calcium is 1.5%, Magnesium is 0.11% and Carbohydrates are at 12%. Please note, these percentages are based on "as fed" amounts and since they're not part of our guaranteed analysis, we cannot guarantee these exact levels as they might vary slightly from bag to bag. Hope this helps! see less Hi Nio! My name is Cait and I work with Nature's Variety. Here's the nutritional information you've requested: Phosphorus is 1.3%, Sodium is 0.6%, Calcium is 1.5%, Magnesium is 0.11% and Carbohydrates are at 12%. Please note, these percentages are based on "as fed" amounts and since they're not part of our guaranteed analysis, we cannot guarantee these exact levels as they might vary slightly from bag to bag. Hope this helps!
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Manufacturer · March 21, 2018
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I think all of them will work as long as fed properly. If your cats are not active, Ultimate Protein may not be the best option. My fat cat I recently adopted is responding well with Original Chicken, but she was gaining weight on this one. My other cat was fine on this one as he is more active.
Benjamin
· March 4, 2019
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This is not the food to be feeding a kitten. It doesn’t provide the nutrition a kitten needs. Stick with a kitten food for the first year. She’s hungry because she’s not getting what she needs. I feed mine kitten chow the first year and then transition to a cat chow. I’m only using this food for a pre diabetic cat that… see more This is not the food to be feeding a kitten. It doesn’t provide the nutrition a kitten needs. Stick with a kitten food for the first year. She’s hungry because she’s not getting what she needs. I feed mine kitten chow the first year and then transition to a cat chow. I’m only using this food for a pre diabetic cat that needs extra protein. Look at some of the other answers. The INSTINCT company answered this question about not feeding kittens this food. Good Luck! see less This is not the food to be feeding a kitten. It doesn’t provide the nutrition a kitten needs. Stick with a kitten food for the first year. She’s hungry because she’s not getting what she needs. I feed mine kitten chow the first year and then transition to a cat chow. I’m only using this food for a pre diabetic cat that needs extra protein. Look at some of the other answers. The INSTINCT company answered this question about not feeding kittens this food. Good Luck!
kiskitty
· May 15, 2019
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You get what you pay for...but Chewy is cheaper :)
Angela Arcon
· May 25, 2019
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Hi there- Kibble needs a starch to bind it together so we chose to use tapioca as it is a high-quality, grain-free, gluten-free starch with no known allergies to it and it is 98% digestible. Tapioca is an all-natural ingredient that’s extracted from the root of the cassava plant via a series of washing, peeling, gratin… see more Hi there- Kibble needs a starch to bind it together so we chose to use tapioca as it is a high-quality, grain-free, gluten-free starch with no known allergies to it and it is 98% digestible. Tapioca is an all-natural ingredient that’s extracted from the root of the cassava plant via a series of washing, peeling, grating, and drying steps, a process that removes any cyanogenic glycosides, making it safe, and tasty, for consumption. see less Hi there- Kibble needs a starch to bind it together so we chose to use tapioca as it is a high-quality, grain-free, gluten-free starch with no known allergies to it and it is 98% digestible. Tapioca is an all-natural ingredient that’s extracted from the root of the cassava plant via a series of washing, peeling, grating, and drying steps, a process that removes any cyanogenic glycosides, making it safe, and tasty, for consumption.
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Manufacturer · September 4, 2019
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Hi Phyllis, my name is Missy and I work with Instinct! In all of our raw and freeze-dried raw options we use non-GMO fruits and vegetables. In our kibbles we can't guarantee that all of our ingredients are going to be non-GMO.
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Manufacturer · January 21, 2019
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I could not find any fish or fish byproducts listed on the ingredients label. I chose this product because of the hi protein content. Hopefully your cat will like it.
Polar Bear
· September 14, 2020