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Castor & Pollux PRISTINE Grain-Free Free-Range Chicken Recipe Pate Canned Cat Food

Castor & Pollux PRISTINE Grain-Free Free-Range Chicken Recipe Pate Canned Cat Food

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    Four paws up!!!

    By chocolatelover on Nov 21, 2020

    This is the only chicken pate my boys will eat...it is dry as some other reviewers have stated, but I add water and stir and my guys are happy. One of my cats has early kidney disease and my vet said it was a really good thing that I added extra water to his diet. I like the fact that it is corn, wheat This is the only chicken pate my boys will eat...it is dry as some other reviewers have stated, but I add water and stir and my guys are happy. One of my cats has early kidney disease and my vet said it was a really good thing that I added extra water to his diet. I like the fact that it is corn, wheat, and soy free and has the attributes of a quality food. … more

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    Not the same recipe

    By Recipe1 on Feb 27, 2021

    Our cats loved the pristine chicken flavor at first. At some point, the recipe changed and the consistency was irregular and the color was different. The smell also was different. Our cats noticed immediately and will not eat it the way they used to gobble it up. Disappointed as the price is very high Our cats loved the pristine chicken flavor at first. At some point, the recipe changed and the consistency was irregular and the color was different. The smell also was different. Our cats noticed immediately and will not eat it the way they used to gobble it up. Disappointed as the price is very high. When we called organix, they dismissed our concern and excused the inconsistency on their “organic” products. … more

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