You might be surprised to know that Sam, my fat cat, can be a pretty finicky eater. In fact, if there is something in his bowl that he either doesn't like or things isn't fresh enough he will sit there looking at it and meowing in his complaining voice. If nothing is done to fix it right away he will kick his bowl off the counter letting the dogs empty it!
This makes trying any new foods for Sam a bit, well...scary. However as soon as I saw Against the Grain’s new cat food line I knew he would just love it. This is real human quality cat food. You can see the real meat and vegetable chunks in the thick gravy. It even has a nice smell and is totally unlike that nasty canned food smell you often get with cat and dog foods.
I was shocked that when I opened it and sat the lid down he actually started to lick the lid! There are very few things that make me lick the lid… pudding comes to mind… you know nice stuff, the stuff you don't want to miss a drop of. I took his lid licking as a huge sign that he simply loved it.
He was able to try four of the flavors; Tuna Aubergine with Sea Bass & Egg Plant, Tuna Mango Tango with Duck, Chicken Mayflower with Chicken & Turnip, and Tuna Tuscano with Tomato & Salmon. Of the four it was impossible to tell which was his favorite because he ate them all with the same look of pleasure and while purring.
It’s no surprise he loved them because these are no stock ingredient meals. They are made with Thailand ocean caught fish and other proteins. Plus hand selected native fruits and vegetables found at farmers markets. They are all GMO free, hormone free, antibiotic free, and certified dolphin safe.
For more information about these and their others foods, including dog foods as well please visit the Against The Grain website. You can also connect with them on Facebook and Twitter to stay up to date on great offers and new products.
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