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For Roma, our Cornish Rex, New Year starts with a new breath of motivation which comes from a new line of high protein cat food Wild Pursuit™ by Natural Balance®. Roma is an active and very vocal Cornish Rex who LOVES food.
One thing the owners of this breed have to remember that Cornish Rexes do not have a food satiation mechanism working for them. Anything we put on the plate would be consumed. That is why we are always on the look out for quality food and snacks that could be fed in small quantities yet be very palatable and nourishing to our beloved cats.
Wild Pursuit cat food does an amazing job by balancing ancestral diet with the quality ingredients Natural Balance cat food formulators managed to develop for cats and kittens at all life stages.
Let’s take a look at the Ingredients Label of one of the Wild Pursuit cat food bags.
What you see is a balanced Omega-3 and Omega-6 Fatty Acids formula that is 100% grain free. With Omegas present in your pet’s diet, our cats get a phenomenal benefit for healthier heart and sharper eye-sight, and most lustrous coat!
— Celebrate Woman (@DiscoverSelf) January 5, 2016
What I love the most is that Natural Balance has formulated both dry and wet food formulas for our kitties. Whatever your fur babies love – they will get their preference without compromising quality of food.
Head over to PetSmart® to check out the variety of Wild Pursuit high protein cat food formulas they offer to pet owners! Check out the list of ingredients, nutrition label to truly appreciate a hard work the teams at Natural Balance has put into this new line of cat food. Treat your kitties to the ancestral diet with Wild Pursuit formulas. These foods respect the wild cat genome that our domestic cats share with their long-time extinct ancestors.