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Rayne Cat Food Reviews

According to their website, at Rayne they work with PhD nutritionists, specialists, and veterinarians to understand how to provide the best whole food based nutrition to the veterinary market. Rayne diets are a dramatically different approach to veterinary nutrition. Rayne ensures, above all else, pets’ needs are being met.

Please note that veterinary diets may be specifically formulated to address specific health conditions in your pet, and hence these products may prioritize a different nutritional breakdown than that recommended by CatFoodDB.

Rayne Review Summary

Overall, with 12 varieties reviewed producing an average score of 4.6 / 10 paws, Rayne is a significantly below average overall cat food brand when compared to all others brands in our database.

However, due to the nature of their ingredient composition dry foods typically score less than wet foods on average. Hence, it's often helpful to break down the ratings into wet and dry food categories in order to get a more complete understanding of how the brand rates.

Of these 12 products, 5 are wet foods. These wet foods scored on average 4.8 / 10 paws, making Rayne a significantly below average wet cat food brand when compared against all other wet food manufacturer's products.

Hence, the remaining 7 products are dry foods, and scored an average of of 4.4 / 10 paws, making Rayne a below average dry cat food brand when compared against all other dry food manufacturer's products.

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About Our Ratings

At CatFoodDB, we calculate two ratings for each product. These values are then combined to create the the overall product score.

The first rating is based on the product's ingredient list. Each cat food product is assigned a value from (low) to (high) paws. Generally speaking, higher ratings are rewarded to those products that contain quality proteins and limit the amount of cheap fillers in their most plentiful ingredients.

The second rating is based on our analysis of the product's published nutritional information. Higher rated products will contain more protein and fewer carbohydrates than average. Each product is assigned a score from to paws based on this nutritional analysis. Please note that the nutritional values used are only an approximation and may not represent "as fed" values due to variations in manufacturing and the laws that specify how these values are reported.

Finally, the nutrition and ingredient ratings are added together to create a score ranging from 1 - 10 paws for the evaluated product.

Please note that although a high score may be indicative of a higher-quality product it is not a guarantee. Similarly, a low score does not necessarily indicate an inferior product. The best food for your cat is the one that meets their individual needs.

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