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Grain-free/natural dry food


and his servant, Paul
I am aware there is a decent amount of debate for wet vs dry vs raw (and I don't want to get in any debate over them here), but I haven't seen any good glossary for quality dry food. Since I have two Bengals and will soon be getting a F2 Savannah, I figured it would be an appropriate time to do research into some of the food choices.

Let me know if there is any other pertinent information you'd like me to include, or if I've missed any popular brands. I'm not very knowledgeable into details about vitamins.

Also, I have fed my Bengals with Innova Evo and Blue Buffalo Wilderness, and the Savannah I'm getting is being fed Solid Gold Indigo Moon.



Savannah Super Cat
My computer isn't allowing me to open the file. (Its not the file, my computer is just... special.) Anyway, we've only ever fed Kovu Blue Buffalo Wilderness.


and his servant, Paul
Added it (and a few more brands). I'm not trying to capture all of the variations, but at least get some of the more notable players on the list.

Although I personally would avoid any of the brands with <40% protein, e.g., Science Diet.



Loyal Servant
This is an awesome list! Thank you for assembling it. But, there's three missing columns/things that would make it even better and I hate myself for being 'that guy' for even mentioning it.

Moisture %
Fiber %
Ash %