Almo Nature Daily Cat Food (Wet) Review And Nutritional Analysis

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  • Meat is the first ingredient – 1 Star
  • Uses some unnamed meats – 1 Star
  • Above average protein content – 1 Star
  • Less than 4 controversial ingredients – 1 Star
  • Catological Discretionary Rating – 1 Star

Here’s a few important points to consider for this particular line:

  • Meat is the first, and in some cases, the only ingredient
  • There are not enough added vitamins and minerals to be considered a complete and balanced food by AAFCO, who sets the industry standards for pet food
  • This is a supplemental food ONLY. It is not to be fed without feeding your cat another “complete and balanced” food
  • No fillers whatsoever

The Almo Nature Daily product line includes 5 wet recipes/flavors.

Each recipe below includes its related AAFCO nutrient profile when available on the product’s official webpage or packaging: Growth (G), Maintenance (M), All Life Stages (A), Supplemental (S) or Unspecified (U).

The star rating is a rough average of all of the flavors in a single line of food. If an individual recipe scored lower or higher, we will mark that below, next to the flavor.

almo nature daily wet cat food

Almo Nature Daily Tuna with Chicken in Broth was selected to represent the other products in the line for this review.

Almo Nature Daily Tuna with Chicken in Broth

Wet Cat Food

Estimated Nutrient Content
Guaranteed Analysis17%1%NA
Dry Matter Basis79%5%0%
Calorie Weighted Basis88%12%0%

Estimated Dry Matter Nutrient Content







Fiber (guaranteed analysis)




Is real, named meat the first ingredient?



Tuna, Water Sufficient For Cooking, Chicken..

Ingredients in red are controversial or of questionable quality.

Ingredient Breakdown

The first ingredient in this cat food is tuna. Good.

While tuna is a high quality protein overall, we do not believe cats should eat it exclusively as their protein source.

It is high in protein and can have healthy fats.

However, cats may be allergic to fish like tuna at a higher rate than other foods, and you need to keep high mercury levels in mind if tuna is a major staple in your kitty’s diet.

We also do not see a lot of fish being eaten among wild and feral cats, even in environments around water. 

After water sufficient for processing, the second ingredient in this cat food is chicken. Good.

While quality of the individual ingredient can vary, chicken is a good protein source for cats.

It’s also important to note that chicken contains about 70% water, so when it is processed and cooked for use in cat food, it will become a smaller part of the total recipe.

To read a more in depth article about any of the ingredients listed here, check out our Cat Food Ingredient Wiki (currently under development).

The Catological Verdict on Almo Nature Daily Wet Cat Food

Remember – this is a Supplemental food.

That means it must not be the only food you feed your kitty.

It does not include enough vitamins and minerals, nor does it include enough fat to be biologically appropriate for an all-the-time food.

It is an above average wet product.

Meat is the first, and in many cases only, ingredient. 

We can assume that this is a meat-based cat food, without enough meat to make it biologically appropriate for your cat’s dietary needs. But again, it should be used as an add-on to another complete and balanced cat food.

To review, on a dry matter basis, this food is 79% protein, 5% fat, and 0% carbs.

As a group, the brand has an average protein content of 79%, and average fat content of 5%, and an average carb content of 0%.

Compared to the other 2000+ foods in our database, this food has:

  • Above average protein.
  • Below average fat.
  • Below average carbs.

Because it is almost entirely made up of meat, as a supplemental dish, our average rating for this brand is 5 stars.


Almo Nature Cat Food Recall History

We do not believe that a recall indicates a low quality food or company, and we respect the fact that sometimes things happen that cause a manufacturer to recall a food.

Usually these things are non-life-threatening, and we think it’s important to take a moment to be thankful about just how few recalls there really are in the industry, considering the enormous volume of food produced.

However, we do believe that a history of recalls may point to a larger issue with a company, and that discerning consumers want to know who they’re buying from, especially when it comes to something as important as the food you feed your beloved cat. 

Here is a list of recalls that have affected the Almo Nature brand in the past:

  • We could not find any evidence of a recall in Almo Nature’s history.

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Where To Buy Almo Nature Cat Food

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Emily Parker

Emily Parker is the Content Manager at Catological. She's passionate about helping cat parents love their cats better by providing the best information and recommendations about everything you'll need to know about your cat, from kitten to senior years. She believes natural, biologically-appropriate products are best...why wouldn't you provide the best for a member of your family?!