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I'm not making a claim, I'm stating a fact. If you don't believe it, you can do your own research. Corn in food, especially as the second ingredient, is not good for cats.

For those of us who are conscious of what we feed our pets, we check ingredients. My original post was to save others the time from looking up the ingredients like I did. If you don't care what you feed your pet, then ignore it.
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Corn is the second ingredient. This is gross food that's totally unhealthy for your cat. Not worth saving a bit of money now when it's made up in the long run on vet bills
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Look at the ingredients. This is garbage.
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Corn is the second ingredient. This is gross food that's totally unhealthy for your cat. Not worth saving a bit of money now when it's made up in the long run on vet bills
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Good deal. I got another $3 for prime pets.
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This is one of the lowest kcal per cup cat foods (without going to the super fancy $$$ brands).
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Corn second ingredient. Gross food
Did you not like the taste?
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Did you not like the taste?
Your cat's health doesn't
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Your cat's health doesn't
And what qualifications/experience do you have to make such statement? Too much blue buffalo commercials?
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And what qualifications/experience do you have to make such statement? Too much blue buffalo commercials?
I'm not making a claim, I'm stating a fact. If you don't believe it, you can do your own research. Corn in food, especially as the second ingredient, is not good for cats.

For those of us who are conscious of what we feed our pets, we check ingredients. My original post was to save others the time from looking up the ingredients like I did. If you don't care what you feed your pet, then ignore it.
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I'm not making a claim, I'm stating a fact. If you don't believe it, you can do your own research. Corn in food, especially as the second ingredient, is not good for cats.

For those of us who are conscious of what we feed our pets, we check ingredients. My original post was to save others the time from looking up the ingredients like I did. If you don't care what you feed your pet, then ignore it.
Oh believe me, I am. Especially since I have been feeding my 5 and 6 years old IAMs since they've been itty bitty kittens. No health issues *knock on wood*. And certainly no complaints or comments from vet every semi annual check up.

When you say you're not making a claim and ask me to look it up, you're not making any case. The most important thing in cat food is protein content. Any brand will have fillers. And in all honesty, this is a higher quality brand that never ever had any recalls. It also has higher than average protein content. If you're suggesting more higher end brands such as blue buffalo (just as a wild example), I suggest you check how many fricken times they have had a recall.
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Oh believe me, I am. Especially since I have been feeding my 5 and 6 years old IAMs since they've been itty bitty kittens. No health issues *knock on wood*. And certainly no complaints or comments from vet every semi annual check up.

When you say you're not making a claim and ask me to look it up, you're not making any case. The most important thing in cat food is protein content. Any brand will have fillers. And in all honesty, this is a higher quality brand than never ever had any recalls. It also has higher than average protein content. If you're suggesting more higher end brands such as blue buffalo (just as a wild example), I suggest you check how many fricken times they have had a recall.
Just the recalls last year alone are bad enough.
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I'm not making a claim, I'm stating a fact. If you don't believe it, you can do your own research. Corn in food, especially as the second ingredient, is not good for cats.

For those of us who are conscious of what we feed our pets, we check ingredients. My original post was to save others the time from looking up the ingredients like I did. If you don't care what you feed your pet, then ignore it.
Stop pulling bullshit out of your ass.

IAMS is one of the better foods out there without going to Science Diet or special Veterinary formulas.
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Corn is the second ingredient. This is gross food that's totally unhealthy for your cat. Not worth saving a bit of money now when it's made up in the long run on vet bills
Not only is corn the second ingredient, grains are also the next two ingredients, followed by two fiber filler ingredients, finally a whole meat ingredient, animal fat, and dried egg product. Not only that but the primary meat ingredient isn't even whole meat, but rather a mix of ground by-products.

CHICKEN BY-PRODUCT MEAL, CORN MEAL, CORN GRITS, GROUND WHOLE GRAIN SORGHUM, DRIED BEET PULP, POWDERED CELLULOSE, CHICKEN, CHICKEN FAT, DRIED EGG PRODUCT

When buying a cat food, look for real meat as the first ingredient, and ideally as the first three ingredients (organs are good as well). Grain-free is a nice feature but non-grain fillers are common and not much of an improvement from a nutritional standpoint (pea/potato starches and fibers).
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These trolls don't use IAMs. They simply clicked here to crap post about ingredient B. S.
Good deal for those who need it shipped, OP. Thanks for posting.
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IAMS is just as good as Science Diet.
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