Please note that CatFoodDB may earn a small commission on purchases made via links on this site. Thank you for your support!Overall, Annamaet Original Feline is an average cat food, earning 6 out of a possible 10 paws based on its nutritional analysis and ingredient list. For more information on our cat food analysis techniques, please click here.
When evaluating a cat food, the first five ingredients can tell you a lot about the quality of a product as they make up the bulk of the product. Ideally, you're looking for quality protein sources with a minimum of cheap starches, fillers or by-products. Continuing down the ingredient list, look for ingredients that resemble real food with a minimal number of unpronounceable chemicals - the same as you would for human food.
Annamaet Original Feline includes the following:
Note - a bolded ingredient in the above tables indicates it is one of the first five ingredients listed by the product manufacturer.In this case, Annamaet Original Feline's most plentiful ingredient listed is chicken meal, which is considered a quality protein source.
Additionally, Annamaet Original Feline also contains as top ingredients brown rice. These types of ingredients are typically used as bulk-adding fillers and are not required in your cat's diet. However, they are sometimes used to help maintain the kibble shape in dry foods.
Allergen alert: This product contains whitefish meal, herring meal and whole dried egg which may be problematic for cats who suffer from seafood or eggs food allergies.
Compared to the other 2866 cat foods in our database, Annamaet Original Feline has:
Using the calculations provided by the AAFCO, Annamaet Original Feline has approximately 354 calories per 100g (100 calories/ounce), which is compared to the average of the other dry cat foods in the CatFoodDB.
All the product information on this page is based on data collected from
the manufacturer's product website as retrieved on
July 3, 2021.
The authoritative source for ingredient lists and nutritional analysis for any pet food is always the pet food manufacturer.
Ingredients as published by the cat food manufacturer:
Chicken Meal, Brown Rice, Chicken Fat (Preserved with Mixed Tocopherols), Rolled Oats, Millet, Whitefish Meal, Pearled Barley, Whole Dried Egg, Herring Meal, Dried Beet Pulp, Menhaden Oil (Preserved with Mixed Tocopherols), Brewers Dried Yeast, Pea Protein, Lecithin, Dried Chicory Root, Natural Flavor, Dried Blueberries, Dried Cranberries, Potassium Chloride, L-Lysine, DL Methionine, Taurine, Lactobacillus Acidophilus Fermentation Product Dehydrated, L-Ascorbyl-2-Polyphosphate (source of Vitamin C), Sodium Chloride, Vitamin E Supplement, Niacin Supplement, Thiamine Mononitrate, Biotin, Vitamin A Acetate, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Riboflavin Supplement, d-Calcium Pantothenate, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Folic Acid, Magnesium Sulfate, Potassium Chloride, Zinc Proteinate, Iron Proteinate, Manganese Proteinate, Copper Proteinate, Sodium Selenite, Calcium Iodate
Nutritional information as published by the cat food manufacturer.*
The manufacturer's published guaranteed analysis values normalized for moisture content.
*Note that nutritional percentages reported are only estimated values, and are indicated as such as (est). Each cat food manufacturer is required by law to publish a Guaranteed Analysis, which defines each product's maximum values of fiber and moisture in addition to the minimum values of protein and fat contained within. Optionally, manufacturers may also publish a product's ash content. When they are not published an average of 3% ash for wet food, and 6% ash for dry food, will be used. Because exact nutritional percentages are not available and all calculated values (including carbohydrate percentages and calorie amounts) are determined using these minimum and maximum published values and therefore may differ from actual values. Any other manufacturer published values in a product's Guaranteed Analysis is done at the manufacture's discretion, and is not used in any of the calculations done by CatFoodDB.
Although a high score may be indicative of a higher-quality product it is not a guarantee. Similarly, a low score may or may not indicate an inferior product. The best food for your cat is the one that meets their individual needs.