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 AvoDerm Natural Grain Free Ocean Fish & Chichen Meal Adult Cat Food, 6 lbs.
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Where did all the fish go? We have consumed them. Nearly three billion people rely on fish as an important source of protein. The trend seems to be: eat the big fish. When these are depleted, eat smaller fish. When thees are gone, only the smallest edible fish will remain, and we will, out of necessity, eat them. Eventually, all of them. Until the fishermen catch what they refer to as “the last fish.” Scientists call this chain reaction as “fishing down the food chain.” In the 1870s, Atlantic cod were so abundant in the North Atlantic Ocean that it was a popular belief that one could walk across the ocean on the backs of codfish and never get wet. Today, there is barely a geographical area in the world unspoiled by fishing, containing primeval, non-exploited fish populations and intact ecosystems. Aside from a few remote, far-off reaches of the globe, most places are missing their stars of the sea.
Blue Buffalo Healthy Gourmet Pate Ocean Fish & Tuna Adult Canned Cat Food, 5.5 oz.
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Adult Hairball Control Ocean Fish Entrée cat food lets you indulge your cat with the taste of savory ocean fish while controlling hairballs. It includes natural vegetable fiber to help control and avoid the formation of hairballs by moving hair through your cat's system. It provides complete and balanced daily nutrition for adult cats, with essential nutrients to nourish your cat's skin and coat. AvoDerm Natural Ocean Fish Formula Canned Cat Food
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WHISKAS® PURRFECTLY® Fish Oceanfish Entrée is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Cat Food Nutrient Profiles for Maintenance.The zooplankton of level two sustain a large and diverse group of small carnivores, such as sardines, herring, and menhaden. This level of the food chain also includes larger animals, such as octopuses (which feed on crabs and lobsters) and many fish (which feed on small invertebrates that live near shore). Though these animals are very successful hunters, they often fall prey to a simple fact of ocean life: big fish eat smaller fish.The next level of the marine food chain is made up of animals that feast on the sea's abundant plant life. On the ocean's surface waters, microscopic animals—zooplankton, which include jellyfish and the larval stages of some fish, barnacles, and mollusks—drift across the sea, grazing opportunistically. Larger herbivores include surgeonfish, parrotfish, green turtles, and manatees.Rachael Ray™ Nutrish® Food For Cats Ocean Fish-A-Licious® is made with simple, wholesome ingredients like chunks of real ocean fish and flaked tuna cooked in a tasty sauce. And there’s never any corn, wheat or soy.Why It's Bad: Problems associated with our eating too many sharks happen at all stages of the food chain, says Cufone. For one, these predatory fish are extremely high in mercury, which poses threats to humans. But ocean ecosystems suffer, too. "With fewer sharks around, the species they eat, like cownose rays and jellyfish, have increased in numbers," Cufone says. "And the rays are eating—and depleting—scallops and other fish." There are fewer of those fish in the oceans for us to eat, placing an economic strain on coastal communities that depend on those fisheries.Rachael Ray™ Nutrish® Food For Cats Ocean Fish-A-Licious® is made with simple, wholesome ingredients like chunks of real ocean fish and flaked tuna cooked in a tasty sauce. And there’s never any corn, wheat or soy.