Almo Nature HQS La Cucina Tuna with Papaya Grain-Free Cat Food Pouches, 1.94 oz, case of 24By Almo Nature
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- Papaya is rich in protein-digesting enzymes that reduce inflammation and improve digestion.
- All-natural formula is grain-free, GMO-free and crafted with 100% natural ingredients.
- Grain-free formula is easy to digest and is great for sensitive cats or cats with digestive issues.
- Cooked and served in their own broth to increase palatability and reduce boredom in picky cats.
- Naturally rich in taurine, amino acids and protein for a complete and balanced meal.
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3 Customer Reviews
Great healthy treat for dogs. Our grand dog Mickey loves them. Bones did too!!
Only wet food my picky Maine Coon will eat
My darn cat really only wants to eat this food He has a sensitive stomach but has not thrown up for three months since he has been eating this food He is a picky picky Maine Coon
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My cats will normally eat anything that Almo Nature makes (and they eat a wide variety of their foods), but this was a huge no-go. I had two taste it and they ended up with the most foul smelling movements in the litter box that we tossed all the litter in the box as well. Nothing about the food looked odd or smelled any differently than your typical Almo Nature food, large and small chunks of tuna in a good amount of gravy, but it just wasn't for my crew. We even opened several pouches to make sure it wasn't just that one either. It's always worth a shot to try different Almo Nature recipes the rest of this one will be donated though.