I should start this review with full disclosure: Newt is NOT a picky eater. Truly, this cat will eat anything. Plus, she insists on being fed with the dogs, so she gets breakfast and dinner with them and wolfs it down. If she finishes first, she pokes her head in their dog bowls and starts to gobble up kibble.
So, when CANIDAE reached out about Newt testing the new formulas in their Grain Free PURE and Life Stages canned cat food lines, I wasn’t worried about whether or not she’d eat it. Instead, I wanted to focus on the nutritional quality of the food… on Newt’s behalf because she is NOT a discerning kitty.
When I popped open the lid on the PURE can, the first thing I saw were whole entire chunks of meat. The formula is grain-free, so all you get is the meat simmered in a broth. On the salmon can, for example, here are the first five ingredients: Salmon, fish broth, vegetable broth, chicken liver, chicken fat.
One unexpected benefit to the big chunks: It forced Newt to eat slower!
We also received a can from the Life Stages line, and it arrived at exactly the same time as Petey! It’s designated for any age from kitten to senior, so we fed the little lady this can. She gobbled it right up! In fact, the little booger dove right into the can before we had time to scoop it into her dish.
(Quick aside: Apparently I didn’t TRUMPET it enough! 🙂 Miss Petey found a lovely, wonderful home right before we left Louisiana. She is settled in, happy, and – by all accounts – mischievous in her new home!)
I love that these are made in the US with no wheat, corn, soy, fillers, antibiotics, hormones, artificial flavors, colors or preservatives.
These are all-around solid cat foods, and Newt highly recommends both lines!
And, thanks to the generosity of the folks at CANIDAE, one of you lucky cats will get to try out the food that Newt tested!
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Thank you, CANIDAE, for giving us this opportunity!
Tell me: Is your cat a finicky feline? Or will she eat anything and everything like Newt?