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Purina Cat Chow Dry Cat Food; Complete - 22 lb. Bag

Walmart # 550971662

Purina Cat Chow Dry Cat Food; Complete - 22 lb. Bag

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Give your cat the nutrition needed to help support her long, healthy life with you when you serve Purina Cat Chow Complete dry cat food. This delicious recipe is formulated to support cats at every stage of life, from kittens and adult cats to seniors, providing them with 25 essential vitamins and minerals in every serving. Wholesome ingredients in this dry food for cats give you peace of mind that your feline friend is getting a quality meal in her dish, and 100% complete and balanced nutrition helps to support her overall health and wellness. Give your cat the four cornerstones of nutrition, including high-quality protein, healthy carbs, essential fatty acids and essential vitamins and minerals. With a great-tasting recipe, this Purina Cat Chow dry cat food is sure to have your cat running when she hears the sound of crunchy kibble. For the high-quality dry cat food your feline craves and the low prices you deserve, choose Purina Cat Chow dry food for cats from Walmart.com.

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Give your cat the nutrition needed to help support her long, healthy life with you when you serve Purina Cat Chow Complete dry cat food. This delicious recipe is formulated to support cats at every stage of life, from kittens and adult cats to seniors, providing them with 25 essential vitamins and minerals in every serving. Wholesome ingredients in this dry food for cats give you peace of mind that your feline friend is getting a quality meal in her dish, and 100% complete and balanced nutrition helps to support her overall health and wellness. Give your cat the four cornerstones of nutrition, including high-quality protein, healthy carbs, essential fatty acids and essential vitamins and minerals. With a great-tasting recipe, this Purina Cat Chow dry cat food is sure to have your cat running when she hears the sound of crunchy kibble. For the high-quality dry cat food your feline craves and the low prices you deserve, choose Purina Cat Chow dry food for cats from Walmart.com.
  • Wholesome ingredients and a great-tasting recipe.
  • High-quality protein to support strong muscles.
  • Healthy carbs help to deliver vital energy.
  • 25 vitamins and minerals to help support her overall health, including a healthy immune system.
  • Essential fatty acids support her healthy skin and coat.

Indications:

Animal Health Concern: Skin & Coat Care

Ingredients:

Ingredients: Poultry By-Product Meal, Corn Meal, Corn Gluten Meal, Ground Whole Wheat, Brewers Rice, Soy Flour, Animal Fat Preserved with Mixed-Tocopherols, Fish Meal, Animal Liver Flavor, Meat and Bone Meal, Phosphoric Acid, Salt, Calcium Carbonate, Choline Chloride, Potassium Chloride, Taurine, Zinc Sulfate, Ferrous Sulfate, Manganese Sulfate, Vitamin E Supplement, Red 40, Niacin, Yellow 5, Blue 2, Vitamin A Supplement, Calcium Pantothenate, Copper Sulfate, Thiamine Mononitrate, Riboflavin Supplement, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Folic Acid, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Calcium Iodate, Biotin, Menadione Sodium Bisulfite Complex (Source of Vitamin K Activity), Sodium Selenite. K-4501.

Directions:

Instructions: Provide adequate fresh water in a clean container daily. For your pet's health, see your veterinarian regularly. Feeding Tip: Changes in your cat's diet should be made gradually to allow your cat to become accustomed to a new food. Substitute small amounts of the new food for the old food, gradually increasing the amount of the new food while decreasing the old food, over a period of 7—10 days. This gradual transition will help avoid dietary upsets. Feeding Kittens: Kittens generally nibble solid foods at 3—4 weeks of age. Keep moistened Purina Cat Chow Complete available to these kittens at all times. Just add one part liquid to three parts Purina Cat Chow Complete, changing frequently to ensure freshness. After weaning, at 6—8 weeks of age, kittens will normally eat dry or moistened food at will. Start a self-feeding program, leaving food in the dish at all times. Feeding amounts should be adjusted as necessary to help your kitten maintain an ideal body condition. Feeding for Reproduction: Purina Cat Chow complete provides the extra nutrition needed by reproducing females in stages of gestation and lactation. Food consumption may vary during gestation, so feed the amount needed to maintain the pregnant female's good body condition. Food intake may double or even quadruple during lactation. Store in a cool, dry place.

Feeding Instructions: Provide adequate fresh water in a clean container daily. For your pet's health, see your veterinarian regularly. Feeding for Reproduction: Purina Cat Chow complete provides the extra nutrition needed by reproducing females in stages of gestation and lactation. Food consumption may vary during gestation, so feed the amount needed to maintain the pregnant female's good body condition. Food intake may double or even quadruple during lactation. Feeding Kittens: Kittens generally nibble solid foods at 3-4 weeks of age. Keep moistened Purina Cat Chow Complete available to these kittens at all times. Just add one part liquid to three parts Purina Cat Chow Complete, changing frequently to ensure freshness. After weaning, at 6-8 weeks of age, kittens will normally eat dry or moistened food at will. Start a self-feeding program, leaving food in the dish at all times. Feeding amounts should be adjusted as necessary to help your kitten maintain an ideal body condition.

Specifications

Brand
Purina Cat Chow
Manufacturer Part Number
1780015088
Animal Type
Cat
Assembled Product Weight
22.0 lbs
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
14.50 x 5.00 x 24.50 Inches
Customer Reviews
4.7
12898 reviews
5 stars
10252
4 stars
2253
3 stars
275
2 stars
43
1 star
75
Top Positive Review
2 customers found this helpful
Purina Cat Chow - Complete
Reasonably priced for amount. My cats LOVE this. A good deal because 16 lbs for that price is excellent.
Top Negative Review
7 customers found this helpful
Too high in Magnesium/Ash
March 2013 my 2 1/2 year old male, neutered sweet baby had a urinary blockage caused by crystal formation which is caused by lower quality foods that contain a high content of Magnesium and Ash in their products. As you can see, Purina does not list the maximum they allow. Any good quality food will list the max Magnesium content and sometimes the Ash content as well. These 2 ingredients are dangerous for the urinary tract in male cats. Don't get me wrong, I had been feeding Purina Cat Chow Complete exclusively to all the cats in my rescue. A total of 27. On April 10, 2016 the meds were done for my 2 1/2 year old, he had been urinating fine that morning, eating all his meals, drinking plenty of water and he started having problems urinating again by that evening. I took him in on April 11, 2016 and was waiting at the door when they unlocked it that morning. I saw my vet and explained that it was only a morning after he had taken his last dose of meds. He was stumped, suggested surgery and I took my vet's advice to do the needed surgery to save him. He was completely blocked again. Mind you, I watched him like a hawk from the first day he showed signs of urinary problems... The surgery went great, he came out of surgery, woke up long enough to have his IV moved from surgery and in only a short time he was gone. His kidneys had too much damage to come back up after surgery and work properly. On April 11, 2016 at 1:52 pm, while I was getting ready to go see him at 2 pm that day when owners can come and stay with their pets after surgery and while in recovery, I got the call saying we lost him. My vet was shaken by the incident, he had never lost a cat to urinary blockage. I have had the same vet for all of my feline and canine rescues (An encyclopedia of many that have been rescued, adopted out, saved from terrible mistreatment and neglect and are with me still today as I do not adopt out animals that have had bad pasts. I feel they deserve to have a furrever, caring home with me...) and my vet has seen them all through. Young, old, injured, horribly sick. He has taken amazing care to help them and he knows what each and every one of their lives mean to me. My vet and ALL of the staff were just blown away on the horrible loss and of course how hard I took the news. I was almost in the car on my way to sit with him when I got the call... And sadly, it does not end there. On May 2, still shocked and saddened by my sweet boy being taken from me so young... My 10 year old male Maine Coon who I had adopted from the individuals had had them dumped on their front door step, (He and his sister. I adopted them both) was showing all the signs of a urinary blockage. I wasted no time. He went in within the hour. My vet said his bladder was empty. I told him we needed to be sure there was no blockage as I watch all my animals in this rescue like a hawk and usually know in the first 24 to 48 hours if they are not acting properly. At that point, my vet took a sample of urine directly from his bladder with a needle. There was only a very small amount, but in it, it showed blood and he tested positive for UTI. He was put on meds just as my other kitty was, I was told to watch him as I always do and bring him back immediately if any signs pointed to a blockage. We got home, he ate fine, drank ALOT of water and at 11 pm I went to bed praying the outcome would be better this time. At 4"45 am the next morning, I heard a cat yelling that woke me up. It was my 10 year old. He was blocked and ll the water he had must never have come out since the night before. I l/m for the vet and told him I would be waiting at the door for emergency surgery. At my apt with him, that morning, my vet's face was frightful, he was at a loss he had NEVER seen this happen in all his years as a vet. (He began in his early 20's, he is around my age in his 50's now. He point blank stated, "This is crazy! Change the diet for your cats, there is no other cause that could be hitting them all at the same time like this! He was worried and I was scared! I went home with dry and wet cat foods designed for urinary care that afternoon. My cats never saw the Purina Cat Chow Complete again. My 10 year old made it out of surgery, recovered very well and is home with me and back to his happy, healthy self. For those of you that may wonder if there was some other food, treat or any other type food/treat that could have done this, rest assured, I am very strict with their diets. How else can I know what is or is not the problem? THAT is why I am so strict... I could have lost another or many more lives while trying to figure out just what caused it. I am thankful I did not lose any other kitties and would given so much to have known the "Complete" cat food I was giving was going to take the life of such a young kitty that I loved so very much... I continue to say, what if I would have provided a better food... But all the what if's will never bring him back or change the horrible experience my 10 year old had to go through... I will never forgive myself for not knowing exactly what is in my animals foods and being sure none of the ingredients will harm them in any way... The only thing I can do is share my experience, honestly, with the community so that they can ask the questions themselves before hand and not be as saddened as I. For now, we go on as a very large family and much better nourished. The loss is still to new to not think about with regrets at this point... Take care of your babies. They get but one life and it is what we give them. They don't get the choice. God Bless to all >(*!*)<
Top Positive Review
2 customers found this helpful
Purina Cat Chow - Complete
Reasonably priced for amount. My cats LOVE this. A good deal because 16 lbs for that price is excellent.
Top Negative Review
7 customers found this helpful
Too high in Magnesium/Ash
March 2013 my 2 1/2 year old male, neutered sweet baby had a urinary blockage caused by crystal formation which is caused by lower quality foods that contain a high content of Magnesium and Ash in their products. As you can see, Purina does not list the maximum they allow. Any good quality food will list the max Magnesium content and sometimes the Ash content as well. These 2 ingredients are dangerous for the urinary tract in male cats. Don't get me wrong, I had been feeding Purina Cat Chow Complete exclusively to all the cats in my rescue. A total of 27. On April 10, 2016 the meds were done for my 2 1/2 year old, he had been urinating fine that morning, eating all his meals, drinking plenty of water and he started having problems urinating again by that evening. I took him in on April 11, 2016 and was waiting at the door when they unlocked it that morning. I saw my vet and explained that it was only a morning after he had taken his last dose of meds. He was stumped, suggested surgery and I took my vet's advice to do the needed surgery to save him. He was completely blocked again. Mind you, I watched him like a hawk from the first day he showed signs of urinary problems... The surgery went great, he came out of surgery, woke up long enough to have his IV moved from surgery and in only a short time he was gone. His kidneys had too much damage to come back up after surgery and work properly. On April 11, 2016 at 1:52 pm, while I was getting ready to go see him at 2 pm that day when owners can come and stay with their pets after surgery and while in recovery, I got the call saying we lost him. My vet was shaken by the incident, he had never lost a cat to urinary blockage. I have had the same vet for all of my feline and canine rescues (An encyclopedia of many that have been rescued, adopted out, saved from terrible mistreatment and neglect and are with me still today as I do not adopt out animals that have had bad pasts. I feel they deserve to have a furrever, caring home with me...) and my vet has seen them all through. Young, old, injured, horribly sick. He has taken amazing care to help them and he knows what each and every one of their lives mean to me. My vet and ALL of the staff were just blown away on the horrible loss and of course how hard I took the news. I was almost in the car on my way to sit with him when I got the call... And sadly, it does not end there. On May 2, still shocked and saddened by my sweet boy being taken from me so young... My 10 year old male Maine Coon who I had adopted from the individuals had had them dumped on their front door step, (He and his sister. I adopted them both) was showing all the signs of a urinary blockage. I wasted no time. He went in within the hour. My vet said his bladder was empty. I told him we needed to be sure there was no blockage as I watch all my animals in this rescue like a hawk and usually know in the first 24 to 48 hours if they are not acting properly. At that point, my vet took a sample of urine directly from his bladder with a needle. There was only a very small amount, but in it, it showed blood and he tested positive for UTI. He was put on meds just as my other kitty was, I was told to watch him as I always do and bring him back immediately if any signs pointed to a blockage. We got home, he ate fine, drank ALOT of water and at 11 pm I went to bed praying the outcome would be better this time. At 4"45 am the next morning, I heard a cat yelling that woke me up. It was my 10 year old. He was blocked and ll the water he had must never have come out since the night before. I l/m for the vet and told him I would be waiting at the door for emergency surgery. At my apt with him, that morning, my vet's face was frightful, he was at a loss he had NEVER seen this happen in all his years as a vet. (He began in his early 20's, he is around my age in his 50's now. He point blank stated, "This is crazy! Change the diet for your cats, there is no other cause that could be hitting them all at the same time like this! He was worried and I was scared! I went home with dry and wet cat foods designed for urinary care that afternoon. My cats never saw the Purina Cat Chow Complete again. My 10 year old made it out of surgery, recovered very well and is home with me and back to his happy, healthy self. For those of you that may wonder if there was some other food, treat or any other type food/treat that could have done this, rest assured, I am very strict with their diets. How else can I know what is or is not the problem? THAT is why I am so strict... I could have lost another or many more lives while trying to figure out just what caused it. I am thankful I did not lose any other kitties and would given so much to have known the "Complete" cat food I was giving was going to take the life of such a young kitty that I loved so very much... I continue to say, what if I would have provided a better food... But all the what if's will never bring him back or change the horrible experience my 10 year old had to go through... I will never forgive myself for not knowing exactly what is in my animals foods and being sure none of the ingredients will harm them in any way... The only thing I can do is share my experience, honestly, with the community so that they can ask the questions themselves before hand and not be as saddened as I. For now, we go on as a very large family and much better nourished. The loss is still to new to not think about with regrets at this point... Take care of your babies. They get but one life and it is what we give them. They don't get the choice. God Bless to all >(*!*)<
1-5 of 12898 reviews

Purina Cat Chow - Complete

Reasonably priced for amount. My cats LOVE this. A good deal because 16 lbs for that price is excellent.

CAT NEW FAVORITE FOOD

My cat was in love with Friskies dry food by Purina. I kept seeing the commercials for this brand. I always knew I wanted to upgrade his food so I tried the Naturals cat chow by Purina that one he didn't prefer. When I finally decided to try this one it was a great success. You need to slowly remove your cat off the old food brand. However, my cat started devouring the cat chow and would leave his old food bowl full. That's when I realized how wonderful this item was b/c my cat really enjoys it. I placed this food next to his old food and his cat chow bowl is always empty. My cat has spoken and Cat Chow Complete is the winner

Good ingredients...

Good ingredients, great price for this larger bag. The cats, ferrets and let's be honest, thieving puppy dogs, all think it's tasty. We usually buy cat and dog food from Costco, but this brand is a good alternative in quality when we can't get to Costco.... Plus, Walmart delivers! We got free shipping by purchasing both cat and dog food and (oxiclean) and it came right to the door from FedEx within 2 days!

Happy Kitties!

I have a feral colony and my own cats and they LOVE this cat food!

My Cat love this product.

My cat like to eat everyday this food

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1-3 of 10 questions
by WhimsyAugust 26, 2013


Last answer: February 19, 2014
1. I don't think so, I think they need kitten food until 1 year old. Call a vet, they'll tell you without charging you.
by MissCleo13
2. Should be fine. I have used for them with no problem. I use the kitten chow for under six months.
by cv919
3. yes
by julieclem
4. A cat of eight months is not a &quot;Kitten&quot; ;o. They can breed as early as three-months&#39; age. Kittens need the &#39;builder food&#39;, where as older cats need maintenance in its many formulas. And contrary to popular belief, Turkey is a NO No for cats and Dogs! Often responsible for Pancreatic problems. Also milk and other dairy definitely are non-foods for cats. Kidneys can be affected by the calcium content of dairy. Happy &#39;catting&#39;!! :)
by HappyCozy
5. WHimsy--- yes, this food is ok for a kitten age 8 months. Kitten chow for another 4 months would be best, but if you are feeding your kitten this food, it is ok and will not hurt him at all.
by testtek
6. Yes, we put 10 of our kittens on this after they were 7 months old and they are doing fine. Very healthy. :)
by Greenzoo
7. It's ok for cats of all ages. I have fed it to all ages for years.
by samantha292
8. I&#39;m not sure but don&#39;t think so and I hope no ingredients come from out of usa
by Grammieof18
9. Yes. My husband has outdoor cats and feeds them this form day one to old age.
by EasyToClean
9 Answers
Last answer: February 19, 2014

by WhimsyAugust 26, 2013


Last answer: February 19, 2014
1. I don't think so, I think they need kitten food until 1 year old. Call a vet, they'll tell you without charging you.
by MissCleo13
2. Should be fine. I have used for them with no problem. I use the kitten chow for under six months.
by cv919
3. yes
by julieclem
4. A cat of eight months is not a &quot;Kitten&quot; ;o. They can breed as early as three-months&#39; age. Kittens need the &#39;builder food&#39;, where as older cats need maintenance in its many formulas. And contrary to popular belief, Turkey is a NO No for cats and Dogs! Often responsible for Pancreatic problems. Also milk and other dairy definitely are non-foods for cats. Kidneys can be affected by the calcium content of dairy. Happy &#39;catting&#39;!! :)
by HappyCozy
5. WHimsy--- yes, this food is ok for a kitten age 8 months. Kitten chow for another 4 months would be best, but if you are feeding your kitten this food, it is ok and will not hurt him at all.
by testtek
6. It's ok for cats of all ages. I have fed it to all ages for years.
by samantha292
7. I&#39;m not sure but don&#39;t think so and I hope no ingredients come from out of usa
by Grammieof18
8. Yes. My husband has outdoor cats and feeds them this form day one to old age.
by EasyToClean
8 Answers
Last answer: February 19, 2014

by WhimsyAugust 26, 2013


Last answer: February 19, 2014
1. I don't think so, I think they need kitten food until 1 year old. Call a vet, they'll tell you without charging you.
by MissCleo13
2. Should be fine. I have used for them with no problem. I use the kitten chow for under six months.
by cv919
3. yes
by julieclem
4. A cat of eight months is not a &quot;Kitten&quot; ;o. They can breed as early as three-months&#39; age. Kittens need the &#39;builder food&#39;, where as older cats need maintenance in its many formulas. And contrary to popular belief, Turkey is a NO No for cats and Dogs! Often responsible for Pancreatic problems. Also milk and other dairy definitely are non-foods for cats. Kidneys can be affected by the calcium content of dairy. Happy &#39;catting&#39;!! :)
by HappyCozy
5. WHimsy--- yes, this food is ok for a kitten age 8 months. Kitten chow for another 4 months would be best, but if you are feeding your kitten this food, it is ok and will not hurt him at all.
by testtek
6. I&#39;m not sure but don&#39;t think so and I hope no ingredients come from out of usa
by Grammieof18
7. Yes. My husband has outdoor cats and feeds them this form day one to old age.
by EasyToClean
7 Answers
Last answer: February 19, 2014

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