Weruva Cats in the Kitchen Funk in the Trunk Canned Cat Food

Weruva Cats in the Kitchen Pumpkin Lickin' Chicken - Chicken & Pumpkin Soup Recipe Cat Food Pouches
My cat loves most of the Weruva Cats in the Kitchen flavors and I have purchased numerous times. I have discovered that my cat is a big time seafood fanatic - chicken or anything pumpkin related, not so much.
Weruva Cats in the Kitchen La Isla Bonita Canned Cat Food
We hope this look at some of the options available to you for feeding your cat has been helpful. At one time people didn’t have many choices about what to feed their cats. They could give them some scraps from the kitchen – or let the cat fend for himself and catch mice. Then owners could choose from a couple of kinds of canned or dry food at the grocery store. Today there are countless super premium brands of cat food and we can debate every ingredient, demand better research, and seek the healthiest foods for our cats. Our cats deserve only the best. Weruva Cats in the Kitchen The Double Dip Canned Cat FoodWeruva Cats in the Kitchen Splash Dance Canned Cat FoodWeruva Cats in the Kitchen Goldie Lox Canned Cat Food
High-protein and high-moisture, Cats in the Kitchen foods are made with whole meats like boneless chicken breast, salmon, and mackerel that are packed with hydrating moisture.As a mom to three "fur babies" (My cats). I just wanted to say, Thank you! It was an easy switch from McDonald's cat food to The whole foods version. My 12,10 and 8 year old kitties Are back to being healthy and happy. When I opened my first can of Paw Lickin Chicken, I was shocked. It looked just like the stuff I make sandwiches with. And my babies love dinner time. We bounce between B.f.f, Cats in the Kitchen, because weluvya and Trueluxe. Humans don't eat the same meal everyday and neither should our pets. So again, thank you for such an amazing product!!Kirby loves the seafood and fowl flavors in the Cats In The Kitchen series. She now anticipates meals and eats them heartily. Though not bad before, her energy level and attitude have improved. We hope that we have many more years with her and that Weruva food is with us all the way.

is unique among pet food manufacturers in that they only offer dehydrated foods for cats. There are two recipes to choose from – the Prowl chicken recipe or the Grace turkey recipe. The Honest Kitchen Grace Turkey Recipe Dehydrated Food is made with 70% cage-free turkey and eggs to deliver a crude protein content of nearly 39%. These same ingredients also contribute to a 34.5% crude fat content while the fresh fruits and vegetables deliver carbohydrate energy and 2.5% fiber. As a dehydrated food product, this recipe only contains 4.5% moisture and it needs to be reconstituted before feeding it to your cat. It may take some time for your cat to get used to the texture of this product, but it can’t be beat in terms of natural flavor and balanced nutrition. Through the use of just seven main ingredients plus vitamins and minerals, this recipe delivers protein-rich, highly flavorful nutrition for cats in all life stages.

The Weruva Company follows the tagline, “people food for pets”. This is a reference to the fat that in their recipes – recipes that are produced in human food facilities. Weruva offers four different product lines for canned cat food and the Cats in the Kitchen line is middle of the road in terms of price point. The Cats in the Kitchen line of products is essentially a cross between the original lineup of Weruva recipes and the Best Feline Friend line of protein-rich, low-fat recipes. The Weruva Cats in the Kitchen Goldie Lox Chicken & Salmon Au Jus recipe in particular is made with protein-rich white breast meat chicken as well as both tuna and salmon. Sunflower seed oil provides plenty of omega-6 fatty acids while salmon oil provides omega-3 fatty acids to balance it out. This formula contains 11% crude protein and 2% fat which translates to dry matter values of 66% protein and 30% fat.My cats are really picky eaters, they won't eat pate type foods, especially the ones that are supposed to be good for them. They will usually only eat food that has chunks of meat in it, and these new Cats in the Kitchen do have nice bits of real chicken, turkey or whatever the flavor is. Oddly, they don't like the pouch versions as well. But they like all of the canned versions so far, and there is enough variety (fish, chicken, turkey, beef) so I don't worry about over doing one type...