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So Nature’s Logic, which I’m seeing positive user reviews for, appears to be another good food option for cats!I found it online at and . (Not sponsored links! Just there for your convenience.)
Nature’s Logic Cat Food Review
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Though reviewed extremely positively by consumers in terms of nutrition, the primary complaint from cat owners was that their cat did not find Nature's Logic brand cat food appetizing. This was not true in all cases, but represented one of the two negative aspects stated by customers. The other negative aspect was that it caused some gastrointestinal distress in rare cases. As stated on the Nature's Logic website, the high nutritional content of their food means that a much slower transition must be made when switching to Nature's Logic. This could potentially explain the negative reviews of this product. Overall, however, the reviews were overwhelmingly positive.When it comes to Nature’s Logic cat food reviews, I’ve already covered their . Next up is their Duck & salmon canned cat food. A big thanks to Nature’s Logic for sending us their canned Duck & Salmon formula to try out.Customer reviews of Nature’s Logic cat food are mostly positive. The general concensus among cat owners seems to be that Nature’s Logic is highly digestible, nutritious and contains quality ingredients. However, many cats seem not to like the taste of Nature’s Logic cat food formulas. Some cats also seem to experience gastrointestinal problems when switched to Nature’s Logic cat food. Nature’s Logic has responded to this claim, stating that cats need to be gradually transitioned to their formulas.