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Evolution Canned Vegan Cat Food

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Evolution offers the best way to help change your cats over to a vegan diet so that your companions can live cruelty-free, too! These moist canned cat foods by Evolution are designed to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO cat food nutrient profiles for all life stages. Carefully formulated to meet the nutritional needs of all your cats' life stages, like all Evolution Diet foods, this moist food includes Taurine (for vision and cardiovascular contractile strength); carnitine (for cardiovascular contractibility); and vegetarian vitamins and trace minerals to promote good general health, aid in digestion and enhance immunity. With this food, you won’t be giving your cats any slaughterhouse leftovers and contaminated animal parts filled with hormone residue – it is comprised solely of whole vegetables and added nutrients essential to proper health for cats of all ages. Low in mineral ash and magnesium, this formula is also high in Methionine to help prevent kidney problems. This hypoallergenic formula does not contain any artery-clogging cholesterol, antibiotics or other unwanted extras that are in meat-based foods, so you’ll know that your cats are getting the very best option available. Available in two flavors - Gourmet Entree and Vegetable Stew. Although they are very similar in terms of their ingredients, many cats do seem to have a favorite flavor, so we recommend trying both to find out which one your cat likes best. 13 oz. cans are $2.99 each, or save when you buy 12 or more cans for only $2.84 each, and 24 or more for $2.69 each!  (flavors can be mixed for discounts on 12 or more cans!)

**NOTE** - This product is non-returnable due to the finicky nature of our feline friends, so we recommend ordering just a can or two to start as we cannot accept back any cans under any circumstances. Some cats have a more difficult time adapting to a vegan diet than others, so please monitor your cats closely during the transition to a vegan diet to ensure that they maintain optimal health during this phase, and have your cat’s health checked regularly by a licensed veterinarian. We are not veterinarians and cannot offer medical advice regarding cats and issues that may arise on a vegan diet, so if you have questions or concerns regarding this please contact your veterinarian as they can best assist in this area. In addition, you can also contact the formulators of this food directly at weisman@qwest.net if you have additional questions regarding the nature of the formulation and any special dietary considerations you may need to address. We can only share information that is stated by the manufacturer regarding their products, as we are neither animal nutritionists nor the creators of this item.

Ingredients:

Gourmet Entrée Flavor - Filtered water sufficient for processing, peas, potatoes, brown rice, avocado, carrots, wheat germ, oat groats, dicalcium phosphate, soybean oil, brewer's dried yeast, DL-Methionine, L-Taurine, guar gum, sea kelp, DL-Alpha tocopherol acetate (vitamin E), vitamin A acetate, ergocalciferol (vitamin D2), choline chloride, ferrous sulfate, zinc oxide, manganese oxide, niacin, calcium pantothenate, copper oxide, manganese sulfate, riboflavin supplment (vitamin B2), thiamine mononitrate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, folic acid, biotin, vitamin B12 supplement, sodium selenate, arachidonic acid

Vegetable Stew Flavor - Filtered water sufficient for processing, peas, potatoes, brown rice, carrots, wheat germ, oat groats, dicalcium phosphate, soybean oil, brewer's dried yeast, DL-Methionine, L-Taurine, L-Carnitine, guar gum, sea kelp, DL-Alpha tocopherol acetate (vitamin E), vitamin A acetate, ergocalciferol (vitamin D2), choline chloride, ferrous sulfate, zinc oxide, manganese oxide, manganese sulfate, riboflavin supplment (vitamin B2), thiamine mononitrate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, folic acid, biotin, vitamin B12 supplement, sodium selenate, arachidonic acid

Guaranteed Analysis:
Crude protein – 8% minimum
Crude fat – 5% minimum
Crude fiber – 2% maximum
Moisture – 76% maximum



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From of Chicago, Illinois on .

My cat is generally a garbage disposal and eats nearly anything put in front of her, but she really hated this. To her credit, she gave it a few bites, but no more.

I gave it to her with Ami Vegan Cat food, which she devoured quickly, but she really did not like this AT ALL.

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From of Acton, California on .

My kitty was originally a foster cat and was being fed canned Wellness (turkey and chicken). I gave him the vegetable stew and he gobbled it down and left the meat food on the plate. I mix this with Ami cat food and add vegeyeast. He loves it so much. Yay for vegan cats. He is growing quickly, has a shiny coat, bright eyes, and lots and lots of energy. He's a healthy boy :)

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From of West Reading, Pennsylvania on .

So far I've only tried the gourmet entrée flavor and my cats LOVE it. They eat a prescription diet dry food (not vegan, hoping to switch) and haven't had wet food for about 3 years. Our vet recommended that one of them have wet food daily to increase his weight. He wolfs down his food and yells at me all morning until he gets it:). His sister (who doesn't need the food) gets to lick the spoon:) The cans are expensive, but I think it is comparable to store bought foods because the cans are so large. It only gets really expensive with the shipping. I will definitely keep buying it!

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From of LONG BRANCH, New Jersey on .

Well ... *I* liked this stuff, lol.
I'd never actually tasted cat food, because I didn't have my own cats before I went vegan, and didn't care what cat food tasted like.

This time, I was able to taste it, and it was interesting. First of all, it's pretty bland - even a little on the sweet side. I'd always assumed cats would prefer a 'savory' taste. But maybe bird or mouse flesh is bland? Dunno. Anyway, I liked it. :)

Now for the cats: they didn't hate it. But they were only so-so with it - so I mixed their other food in with it, and they ate it that way. Like someone else here said - at least they're partly vegan.

I WILL buy it again, and keep mixing their other food into it for now. I absolutely hate buying and handling meat, so hopefully my guys will eventually be okay with more and greater amounts of the vegan food, and less of that other cr*p.

I do wish it was less expensive, but ...

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From of los angeles, California on .

Because i don't want to give 1 dime to torture and abuse of farm animals I was very relieved my kitty liked both this and ami food. she's kind of a compulsive eater. I know it's hard for some people to get their cats to eat vegan, I feel lucky she's not picky. As for the scientific validity, people who are skeptical should read "obligate carnivore" which is sold on this site. Just test the PH of their urine - it's mostly males that are prone to blockages... just like non-vegan humans have b-12 deficiencies so non-vegan cats get bladder blockage so don't blame it all on being vegan!

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