Nature's Variety Pride by Instinct Grain-Free Minced Canned Cat Food
Like many raw foods, Feline's Pride does not pressure-pasteurize its products to kill harmful germs. However, the company's website says that its products are manufactured under "world class clean kitchen standards" and samples are routinely lab tested. In 2010, Feline's Pride recalled some of its raw chicken cat food due to salmonella contamination. Two weeks after the first lots were recalled, neither Feline's Pride nor the Food and Drug Administration had received any reports of salmonella infection related to the food. A search of the FDA's online recall database shows no further recalls for Feline's Pride, and despite that recall, most consider Feline's Pride's safety record to be good. It's rather hard to find Feline's Pride, as there are few local retailers or distributors; the best bet is directly from the company.
July 16, 2010Feline's Pride is expanding its July 1, 2010, voluntary recall of Feline's Pride Raw food with ground bone for cats and kittens, Natural Chicken Formula, Net Wt. 2.5 lbs. (1.13 kg., 40 oz.) produced on 6/10/10. It now includes the product produced on 6/21/10, because it may be contaminated with Salmonella.
Whether your cat is an indoor or an outdoor cat, The Pride Cat Food will be the only Food it needs for a complete and balanced diet. Formed in a shape that studies have shown to be the most acceptable to the cats taste palette.A new product based on the idea that cats are finicky, unique and have personalities that should be reflected in their food. Pride was born out of this idea. Branding resulting in not only a main logo mark but a cast of characters each representing a flavor or form factor for easy shelf recognition and fun with exploring flavors. Because this is a premium product, care was taken to balance the whimsical illustration with a more sophisticated overall brand packaging. Identity was launched with wet food, pos, posters and an online quiz to determine which Pride cat is most like your cat’s personality. The brand has since been expanded into a kibble line.Statement of Nutritional Adequacy:
Porter’s Pride is formulated to meet the nutritional levels established by the AAFCO Cat Food Nutrient Profiles for all life stages.I think you can probably find a much better cat food than that. I didn't know about Pet Pride cat food so I googled it and the first 6 hits that came up were all articles on recalls..... that would scare me, a LOT.I've been looking into alternatives... Target sells their own brand of a Cat Food similar to Fancy Feast (the ingredients look almost identical!), but the closest Target to me is about 30 minutes away! I was in Kroger the other day (about 2 minutes away!) and I noticed they sell their own brand of Cat Food (Pet Pride) and their 'Dinner' versions seem to be similar to the 'Classic' Fancy Feast products (No wheat gluten, etc)... at 5 (5.5oz) cans for $1.75, that's a great deal!Pride by Instinct Grain-Free Rockstar s Rabbit Flaked Recipe Canned Cat Food Features and Benefits: * Grain-free, gluten-free* Natural with added vitamins, minerals, and taurine* Omega fatty acids for a soft and shiny coat * Complete and balanced for adults, great for cats with an indoor lifestyle*…