Is Pricier Cat Food Worth It?

Cost of ingredients and market demand drive prices

Making a food choice for your cat can be daunting, but a higher price tag does not necessarily mean more nutritional benefits for your cat. It simply may mean the ingredients in that food are more expensive.

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