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Default I have 7 cats ranging in age from 1 to 11 years. None of them have any current health

Naturals Plus Vitamins and Minerals from Purina® Cat Chow® would be an excellent choice for your adult cats. It is formulated to help maintain lean muscle mass, healthy skin and a shiny coat. Naturals from Purina® Cat Chow® contains real chicken with high quality protein and salmon, which is high in omega fatty acids. It also supports a naturally healthy energy level and contains the goodness of leafy greens, spinach and parsley. Since hairballs can be a problem with many cats, it also contains a natural fiber blend to help control hairballs. Naturals from Purina® Cat Chow® is 100% nutritionally complete and balanced, so you can be assured your cats are getting the nutrients they need to stay healthy and happy.

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