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Petcurean Go! Natural Grain Free Canned Cat Food
Petcurean Go! Natural Grain Free Canned Cat Food 6 6
This is my cat's favorite As a foster home, getting a foster animal on a diet of a high quality wet food is important because good nutrition is so important to the overall health of the cat. Many foster cats may come in having only eaten dry food before. But, my foster cats have simply loved this food and have transitioned onto it quite nicely. I usually keep a few different kinds on hand "just in case" for a picky eater, and so far the kitty's like this one the best. They eat the freshwater trout formula. Every kitty is different, but I would definitely recommend that you and your kitty give this one a try. 06/16/2011
Very Healthy - Recommended by my Holistic Vet When I adopted little Felix (age 3) from a no-kill shelter, he was fed Science Diet dry food for cats with urinary tract issues (because of crystals found in his urine about a year earlier). Not wanting to keep him on an unhealthy dry food with by-products, my holistic Vet suggested several foods including this one. Both Felix and my older cat Destiny (age 14) eat this food on a daily basis. They both like it. Like most cats, they loved it at first, but now it's settled into the like status. They rarely clean their bowls upon first serving, but by the time I am home from work, all bowls are usually consumed. Pros - Pate style, grain free, healthy and tasty. Cons - None really, except this is not their favorite food. Extra finicky cats may not like it as much. 01/10/2013
Serve on a plate! The consistency of this flavor is what prompts me to give it only 3 stars. It is so mushy that my cat can only eat a portion of the serving out of his bowl before it gets worse. The rest gets pushed into, and up the sides and ends up....well you know what cat food looks like after a while. So, since he can't eat it, I can't give it high marks in the other categories. The other flavor is worth 5 stars according to "Thor". I would recommend a seafood/fish flavor with a different consistency. If I know "Thor" he will get tired of just one flavor. 02/20/2012
Good for allergies, tastes so-so My kitty has a grain allergy so we have to be careful what we feed her. My mom got Go! Grain free canned cat food for her, and she does very well on it...has good stuff in it. She didn't go crazy about the taste compared to some other grain-free brands, and the texture to me is a little gross...it's very moist and very loose, but she still eats it and relatively likes it. I'd still definitely recommend this for anyone that has a cat with a similar condition. 10/01/2011
My boys love it! I don't understand why this food only got one star. I bought the trout for my 2 boys and they love it! They share a can in the morning and have dry available all day. They both love fish flavors and the texture of this was soft and moist. I will be buying again. 02/24/2011
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Answer:This is the lowest carb food they have. Fit and Free is a protein-rich, lower carb diet helps your cat stay strong, healthy, and fit. Since your Furry Friend is diabetic you always want to consult your vet with any changes in food, medications or supplements.
Answer:This Food is manufactured in Canada.
Foods are made in USDA or CFIA inspected facilities For safety, it is important to have a manufacturing facility that follows the same strict quality assurance standards as used for human foods.
Answer:I have a diabetic cat. These were the symptoms that alerted me he had this problem. He was hungry all the time,ate great but was losing weight.Also drinking alot more than usual. I would definitely suggest you have your kittiy's blood sugar tested at your vet's office. God Bless and Best Wishes to you both!!! P.S. Diabetic cats need Hi protein,moderate fat and Very low carbs. AND NO GRAINS OR CEREALS, ESPEC. NO CORN or CORN GLUTEN MEAL!
My 11 year old cat is suffering from severe constipation. Her stools are VERY hard. The doctor has prescribed a stool softener and a low residue diet of canned food. She currently has been eating another brand of food (crude protein 11%, crude fat 5%, moisture 78%, ash 3%, taurine .85%.) In reading the ingredients on the can I found them to be almost exactly the same as the low residue food he sent home with me, but that my cat refused to eat. So, 1) is your food low residue? 2) what consistency is it? and 3) is it possible to purchase just one can or two to see if she will eat it?
Answer:I feed the Go Grain Free Fresh Water Trout formula to my cats and can tell you that, looking at the can right now, taurine is listed in the ingredients. There is no specific percentage or number given as to how much there is, but it is the 3rd to last ingredient.
Answer:Greenie, good question. The Go! natural canned cat food does have trace amounts of taurine.
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