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OUR PROMISE - No Meat By-Products, No Wheat, No Corn, No Soy, No Artificial Flavours, No Artificial Preservatives. Indoor Health is a well-rounded, solution-focused diet of meats, grains and fruits for cats that live indoors. These cats tend to gain weight (lifestyle is more sedentary), experience dry skin (from continued exposure to indoor air and heat), and have increased hairballs (from constant grooming and hair loss from dry skin). All of these issues seem worse to their respective owners who interact much more with their indoor cat including a close watch of litterbox use or more lap time. With this in mind, we have focused on lifestyle specific nutrition for healthy and happy indoor cats and their owners.
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    • Daiby says... I recently switched my 4 year old indoors cat to this product as she was eating the food I was feeding her pretty half heartedly, never finishing it and only going back to eat more when she got really hungry (it's a middle of the range food, price wise). I thoyght to try wellness due to the fact that it has all great ingredients and is wheat free etc. Not being sure what to expect, I've discovered that my cat LOVES it. She can be quite a picky eater, but I've noticed that since feeding this to her, she finishes it off pretty quickly and seems to love it! top soon to say that I've noticed any health benefits, so will wait to see. Only downside of this food is the cost.
    • Vongsiri says... I have two cats adopted from RSPCA. They are both indoor cats. This product is amazing because they thrive on it and shred less than every before.
    • Jess says... My cat loves this stuff. Ideally I wanted to put her on a grain free diet but it didn't work for her stomach even after trying to transition slowly a few times, so this is one of the best dry foods I've found with ingredients I am comfortable with! It must taste good because I get woken up with a paw to the face every morning if her bowl is empty! haha it would be nice if it was a bit cheaper but the quality is worth it for a healthy happy kitty
    • Sal says... My two cats are pretty fussy. One has inflamed bowel disease and is off grains and it's been hard to find something they both like. This has been a winner in our house.
    • Grace says... My cat began to eat wellness dry food from she was 4 months and now she is over 3. Although she mainly eats raw meat, wellness dry food is a great substitute for her and she loves that. I read through the ingredient list and found out the quality is great!
    • Sarah says... My cat has had a lot of problems with a sensitive stomach and I had her on some other sensitive super premium food which was pricey and when the ingredient list was closely analysed, full of crap. On the advice of a friend (who, must admit, works at Petbarn!) I switched to this. My cat loves it, and has lost all the pudge she had put on in the past 2 years (which had got to the point where the vet was telling me off for overfeeding her) Cat's stomach is all good, she's lively and in good health, and noms down on this stuff like it's the greatest thing ever. What I like is that it doesn't use grains and fillers and crap, but meat and veg.
    • Jessica H says... Ideally I'd like to feed my cats a raw meat diet all the time, but it's expensive, inconvenient and when they don't eat it right away, it really makes my house smell. To me, feeding them Wellness is a good alternative as it's a meat-rich food with no wheat, corn or soy. The reason I really love Wellness is that it stopped one of my cats from vomiting all the time. Bonza!

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