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Adult with Savory Duck Chunks in Sauce
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Adult with Savory Duck Chunks in Sauce

MAX® CAT products are made with select ingredients and the vitamins and minerals your cat needs for its health and wellness. With the taste of real chicken, your cat will find MAX® CAT products irresistible! MAX® CAT products provide rich sources of Omega-6 and Omega-3 fatty acids to help provide for a rich, glossy coat and supple skin.
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Overview and Key Benefits

    Natural ingredients fortified with vitamins, minerals, and taurine for 100% complete and balanced nutrition for adult cats.
  • Guaranteed Great Taste
    Slow–cooked in broth for a guaranteed great taste cats love or your money back!
  • Real Duck Protein
    Made with real duck, an excellent source of protein. We never use chicken heads, feet or intestines, which may be found in products containing chicken by-products.
  • 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed
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Feeding Guidelines

Feed alone or mix with MAX® CAT Adult Roasted Chicken Flavor Dry Adult Cat Food or any high quality dry cat food. If feeding alone, feed 1 can daily per 3 pounds of adult body weight. Refrigerate unused portion for up to 3 days. Re-feed at room temperature. Adjust as needed to maintain optimum adult body weight particularly when offering with dry cat food daily. Provide fresh drinking water at all times.

Calorie Content
Metabolizable energy (calculated) 863 kcal/kg,73 kcal/ 3oz can
Nutritional Adequacy Claim
NUTRO® MAX® CAT With Savory Duck Chunks in Sauce Cat Food is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO¹ Cat Food Nutrient Profiles for adult maintenance.

¹Association of American Feed Control Officials

Product Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 17 yr old male & female in/outdoor LOVE this! Problem: 17-year old deaf former indoor/outdoor hunter lost her "mojo". Enter Max Cat Duck - WOW! the ol' pest is back! Her sibling male shows the same response - and he just recuperated from a mystery growth on his left femur that had affected body mass and strength. Very happy for these members. We note that the younger members of the clan (we have several cats, all strays) are less enthusiastic, but that could just be because of the "alpha cat syndrome" ;-) September 20, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by shiny and soft My cats just love this flavor. Their coats have become very shiny and soft and they are sleek and energetic. They don't try to overeat because they are satisfied with the high quality nutrition. June 23, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hapoy Katrina Survivor When Milo showed up on our doorstep he was extremely under weight, missing hair on his belly from a giant open wound an had a broken leg. That didn't stop him from being the most affectionate cat I had ever met. From the looks of him he had been outside since Katrina hit and lost his family. Well he instantly became part of ours and 2 years later is the healthiest and happiest boy in town. Even though he's considered a senior cat you won't find him eating senior food. His entree of choice that brought him back to health is Max Cat Savory Duck Chunks. His leg keeps him inside these days but eating Max Cat duck is the next best thing to hunting. We know because he told us! March 13, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bengal food We have two Bengal cats, one has irritalble bowel symtoms. The duck, venison, chicken and lamb Nutro products all help to maintain his digestive system in a positive way. If we feed him any other cat foods, high or low end, his symtoms reappear. I really don't want to describe the details of those symtoms but, life for him and the rest of the family is much more pleasant when his diet is exclusive to Nutro products. Karen February 18, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Yummy for the Kitty Tummy. I buy Adult with Savory Duck Chunks in Sauce quite often the texture is easy for chewing and small in size. this is one of my cats favorites And as the saying goes if the Cats are happy everyone is happy. February 17, 2011
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