Acclaimed nutrition and surprising value.
Young Again Cat Food uses 100% meat protein with no grains, glutens or cheap fillers that add carbs and can lead to obesity. Cats love the natural meaty flavor. Designed to duplicate the nutritional composition of small prey animals that mother nature would supply your cat (an obligate carnivore) if they lived in the great outdoors. Great for all ages, from kittens to seniors. YA is perfect for feeding Multi cat households.
And at 29 to 38 cents a day compared to other leading brands at 35 - 45 cents per day or even to canned foods at over $2.00 per day/$60.00 per month - it's also a great value! An 8 lb. bag of YA will last 100 days which is less than $12/mo!
CFA-Endorsed Young Again Cat Food.
- Maintain ideal body weight and condition
- Increase vigor throughout your cats' life stages
- Small food size helps prevent tartar and dental disease
- Zero-carb formulation available for diabetic cats
- Helps improve digestion and IBS
- Prevents constipation
- Usually resolves urinary tract problems within two weeks
- Great taste
What Our Customers Say:
We love Young Again Pet Food! We sought out Michael's advice when we noticed our adult cat (12 years old) was always waking us up to feed him. Biscuit couldn't get his body regulated to a feeding schedule. Young Again pet food was the perfect answer! It allows us to keep food out for Biscuit whenever he wants it, and his coat is shinny and smooth. He's also playful again! What a nice surprise! We highly recommend Young Again cat food! It's changed Biscuit's life as well as ours!
- Mary Jo S. | Bloomington, MN
“Obesity in Cats”
“It is now estimated that 57% of the cats in our country are overweight or obese. And just as in humans, obesity in cats can lead to a number of very serious problems including being more prone to osteoarthritis, type 2 diabetes, respiratory disorders, hypertension (high blood pressure) and cardiac (heart) disease.
How can you tell if your cat is overweight? When you view your cat from above, your cat should show an obvious narrowing around the waist. When you run your fingers over your cat's ribs you should be able to feel each rib under a thin layer of fat. If you can't feel each rib then most likely your cat is on the road to becoming overweight. Of course, if you suspect your cat is overweight, you should talk to your veterinarian, who can best assess your feline's body condition and address any weight concerns you may have." Read More