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Dancing Cat
Date Posted: Monday, January 17, 2011
Dancing Cat
Manufacturer: Laughing Dog

Product Description: Laughing Dog’s Dancing Cat natural cat food is formulated with premium quality fish meal with wild herring, chicken meal, salmon meal, lamb meal and taurine; all ingredients are the highest quality, resulting in easily digestible food, the company reports. Containing whole brown rice, whole oats and barley, Dancing Cat provides vital protein for the healthy development and vitality of cats and it is filled with essential ingredients, such as virgin coconut oil, to promote a cat's immune system, according to the manufacturer. The food also incorporates cranberries to protect the urinary tract, vitamins C and E to provide powerful antioxidant support and other vitamins, minerals and essential oils to benefit heart, kidneys, liver, skin and coat, the company adds. It is available in 4-, 8- and 16-lb bags.

Contact: 805-653-7813 or email at woof@laughingdoginc.com

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