Farmina N&D Quinoa Urinary Duck, Quinoa, Cranberry & Chamomile Recipe Dry Cat Food is an average quality dry cat food. It contains deboned duck, which is a quality ingredient. It also has a sufficient amount of protein and just enough fats. However, it contains way too many carbohydrates.
Also, be careful if your cat has food sensitivities or allergies. Urinary Duck, Quinoa, Cranberry & Chamomile Recipe Dry Cat Food contains herring oil, which is a potential allergen. Other ingredients included in this dry cat food that some cat guardians may find questionable are pea starch and psyllium seed husk.
Urinary Duck, Quinoa, Cranberry & Chamomile Recipe Dry Cat Food is suitable for cats in all stages of life, according to its manufacturer.
Diets & Conditions
Urinary Duck, Quinoa, Cranberry & Chamomile Recipe Dry Cat Food is suitable for cats with one or more of the following conditions and dietary requirements:
|* on a dry matter basis|
Compared to other dry foods in our Cat Food Database, Urinary Duck, Quinoa, Cranberry & Chamomile Recipe Dry Cat Food contains:
- an average amount of protein,
- an average amount of fats,
- an average amount of fiber,
- more ash,
- and an average amount of carbohydrates.
Urinary Duck, Quinoa, Cranberry & Chamomile Recipe Dry Cat Food contains approximately 398.4 calories per 100 grams, or 113 calories per ounce. This is an average amount of calories compared to other dry foods in our database.
How many calories your cat needs depends on her age, size and activity level. If you want to know exactly how many calories your cat needs, please checkout our Cat Food Calculator. If you need more information on a healthy diet and weight management tips for cats, read our Complete Guide To Feline Nutrition.
Urinary Duck, Quinoa, Cranberry & Chamomile Recipe Dry Cat Food
The protein content of this cat food is low, but still sufficient to sustain your cat. Consider combining it with an alternative that is higher in protein.
This cat food contains barely enough fat for a healthy cat. Combine it with other options that are higher in fat content to prevent accidental weight loss.
The amount of carbs in this food is simply too high. If your cat eats too much of this, she runs a real risk of becoming obese or even diabetic. Balance it out with other, low-carb options, or choose another food entirely.
|Quality Ingredients||Questionable Ingredients||Allergens|
|deboned duck||pea starch|
psyllium seed husk
Full list of ingredients
boneless duck, dehydrated duck, pea starch, chicken fat, quinoa seed, dried whole eggs, dehydrated herring, herring oil, dried cranberry, chamomile, fructooligosaccharide, yeast extract, psyllium seed husk, calcium carbonate, potassium chloride, brewers dried yeast, salt, vitamin A supplement, vitamin D3 supplement, vitamin E supplement, ascorbic acid, niacin, calcium pantothenate, riboflavin, pyridoxine hydrochloride, thiamine mononitrate, biotin, folic acid, vitamin B12 supplement, choline chloride, beta-carotene, zinc methionine hydroxy analogue chelate, manganese methionine hydroxy analogue chelate, ferrous glycine, copper methionine hydroxy analogue chelate, DL-Methionine, taurine, aloe vera gel concentrate, green tea extract, rosemary extract, mixed tocopherols (a preservative).