ZERO Cat & Kitten Formula is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Cat Food Nutrient Profiles for All Life Stages.
ZERO Premium High Protein Cat Food
Like lions and tigers, domesticated cats are obligate carnivores and by definition have no nutritional requirement for starch/carbohydrates or plant proteins in their diet. When a feline doesn’t eat her natural diet – meat and fat, she can become overweight and at risk for diabetes. Young Again ZERO High Protein Cat Food supports your pre-diabetic or diabetic cat by giving her a carnivore-based alternative to traditional cat foods. No starch or plant proteins. Plus, our ZERO Premium High Protein Cat Food containing less than 1% starch can be fed to every cat in your home. Cats naturally love the meaty taste and at about 47 cents a day.
Recommended for felines that cannot tolerate excess starch.
Young Again ZERO Premium High Protein Cat Food:
Young Again is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Cat Food Nutrient Profiles for All Life Stages.
|Crude Protein (min)||54%|
|Crude Fat (min)||26%|
|Crude Fiber (max)||3.0%|
|Moisture||2% (min) - 10% (max)|
All YA Cat foods have an average weight of 145g/cup
Hydrolyzed Pork, Chicken Meal, Chicken Fat, Chicken Liver Flavor, Guar Gum, Herring Meal, DL Methionine, L-Lysine, Fish Oil, Psyllium Husk (source of soluble dietary fiber), Potassium Citrate, Fructooligosaccharides (FOS), Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate, Brewers Yeast, Potassium Chloride, Calcium Carbonate, Choline Chloride, Taurine, Potassium Carbonate, Vitamin E Supplement, L-Tryptophan, L-ascorbyl-2-polyphosphate (source of stabilized vitamin C), L-Carnitine, Betaine Anhydrous, Magnesium Sulfate, Zinc Sulfate, Salt, Yucca Schidigera Extract,Rosemary Extract, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Niacinamide (vitamin B3), Copper Proteinate, Biotin (vitamin B7), Thiamine Mononitrate (vitamin B1), Folic Acid (vitamin B9), Vitamin A Acetate, Riboflavin (vitamin B2), Calcium Pantothenate (vitamin B5), Dried Aspergillus oryzae Fermentation Extract, Dehydrated Pediococcus Acidilactici Fermentation Product, Beta Carotene, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride (vitamin B6), Vitamin D3 Supplement, Mixed Tocopherols, Potassium Sorbate and Citric Acid (Preservatives).
|Phosphorous mg/100 kcals||183mg/100kcal|
|Magnesium||0.08% or 800mg/kg|
|Total n-3 Fatty Acids||1.05%|
|Omega 6 Fatty Acids||4.92%|
|Target Urine pH||6.2-6.5|
There are two ways to feed Young Again Cat Foods:
If you must restrict feed your cat, please use these guidelines:
Average consumption for 24 hours:
8 lb. cat – Level ¼ cup
10 lb. cat – Rounded ¼ cup
12 lb. cat – Level 1/3 cup
15 lb. cat – Rounded 1/3 cup
20-25 lb. cat – Level ½ cup
When calculating food consumption for kittens, use their ‘future’ weight. Typically, 8-10 pounds.
For Maine Coons and other giant breeds add ¼ cup to each of above measures for 12 pounds and up.
PLEASE NOTE: Because Young Again is a nutrient-dense food, your cat will eat MUCH LESS than other cat foods. It does not mean your cat does not like our food.
Our 15 year old cat was newly diagnosed with diabetes which req'd 2x day insulin shots. I researched and came upon this food. Switched diet to can food with low carbs (pate, no gravy) and this as his dry food. Within a few weeks, he no longer needed the insulin. It has been about 6 months now and still doing well. We even showed this food to the vet to recommend to others as they had not suggested anything other than the insulin. Our other young (non diabetic) cat also eats this. We had no problem transitioning. Cost is more than store food but WAY less than the vet visits and insulin we were doing previously.
Jill S., 9/15/2021
First started with YA Zero back a few years ago with my supposedly diabetic kitty (who actually had Acromegaly). My whole crew loves this stuff and, combined with a low carb canned food, probably will never develop diabetes due to poor diet. Like they say, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure and feeding a species appropriate diet is definitely worth the time and money to avoid problems as our furfamily members age.
Susan Luhrs, 8/3/2021