What is the opinion of Reddit about the
Ami Cat 3.3lbs (1.5kg)?

A total of 3 reviews of this product on Reddit.

1 point

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17th Oct 2020

Their three reasons are cats need taurine (which is added to both vegan and non-vegan cat foods already), cats require high protein diets (it is very easy to get high protein vegan foods, even ones that are higher in protein than any meat. Vegan cat foods on the market meet these needs), and cats do not handle high carbohydrate diets well (It is easy to get vegan foods with little or no carbohydrates. Vegan cat foods on the market take this into account).

1 point

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6th Aug 2020

> katte kan ikke tåle ren vegetabilsk kost

Det er en påstand, der ikke helt er konsensus om:

https://www.amazon.com/AMI-Cat-16-5-7-5kg-pounds/dp/B01B2XPEFO?th=1

Ja. Det er forholdsvis dyrt og omstændeligt at producere kost til katte, så de får den rigtige sammensætning af mikro-/makronæringsstoffer til deres stofskifte, men det betyder ingenlunde, at det er umuligt.

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21st Jun 2019

I didn’t know that the vegan cat food was banned in the UK, I’ve just seen it sold on pet food websites here and reading the ingredients and reviews it apparently worked fine. The most popular brand was Ami Cat: https://www.amazon.com/AMI-BA111-Ami-3-3lbs-1-5kg/dp/B01B2XPEFO

I suppose it would be logical to assume that most of these healthy cats that we see are outdoor cats who hunt? Which makes them far from completely vegan, quite the opposite. Local wildlife suffers, but they don’t support the meat industry.