Purina Petcare makes two lines of cat food under the brands named "Orijen" and "Acana" respectively. Both brands advertize heavily to attract cat owners looking for premium quality pet food products. They describe the composition of those products using marketing messages such as 'biologically appropriate', 'limited ingredient diets', etc. The Orijen brand sells dry kibble and wet food, while Acana only features dry kibble options. Orijen typically costs around $7 US per bag/can, whereas Acana averages around $9.
In summary, both companies provide good cat feed but may set unrealistic expectations regarding your pets overall happiness by consuming only their cat food alone without the addition of balanced home prepared food consisting of fresh meat and vegetables. Your furry friends will love you if you prepare something different just for them! Wouldn't that make your cate happier? A variety of menu choices at dinner? So why wouldn't they benefit from similar treatment? Bon Appétit for your cat!
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