Evo Dry and phosphorous
need your thoughts on this....
My cats eat a diet of both wet and dry food, 50% wet, 50% dry (recommended by my vet) I give no grain wet food like wellness, evo, and merrick.
For dry I give Evo and alternate sometimes with Orijen.
Grain free dry food are high in phosphorous, in long term can this be dangerous? Since it's not their 100% diet I'm not too concerned but i've read that in long term it's not good for kidneys...
Do you think I should give a lower phosphorous dry food, like Intova or other good quality dry, even though there are grains....? They have less phosphorous by half of the no grain versions....