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Feline Natural Chicken & Lamb Feast Raw Grain-Free Freeze-Dried Cat Food

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Description

Feline Natural is made from barn raised chicken, free range lamb and New Zealand green lipped mussel. It does not contain wheat, rice, soy or gluten. Feline Natural has no artificial ingredients, additives or preservatives. It is a nutritionally sound and species appropriate diet which can therefore be fed to cats at any stage of life: from kittens to seniors, during pregnancy and lactation. It is also suitable for any breed of cat. We recommend that you always reconstitute Feline Natural Freeze-dried with warm water before feeding.

Key Benefits

  • Made from barn raised chicken, free range lamb and New Zealand green lipped mussel
  • Does not contain wheat, rice, soy or gluten
  • It is a nutritionally sound and species appropriate diet which can therefore be fed to cats at any stage of life: from kittens to seniors, during pregnancy and lactation
  • A natural source of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants
  • This raw meal is packed with the protein and energy your cat needs

Servings

  • 0.28-lb bag makes up to 1.1 pounds of food
  • 0.77-lb bag makes up to 2.8 pounds of food

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  • Item Number
    50269
  • Food Form
    Freeze-Dried
  • Lifestage
    Adult, All Stages
  • Made in
    New Zealand
  • Special Diet
    Gluten Free, Grain-Free

Nutritional Info

Ingredients

  1. Chicken, Lamb Heart, Lamb Kidney, Lamb Liver, Lamb Blood, Flaxseed Flakes, New Zealand Green Mussel, Dried Kelp, Vitamin E Supplement, Zinc Proteinate, Canola Oil, Manganese Proteinate, Thiamine Mononitrate, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Folic Acid.

Caloric Content

  1. 3,550 kcal/kg, 160 kcal/cup
Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 36.0% min
Crude Fat 23.0% min
Crude Fiber 0.3% min
Moisture 8.0% max
Taurine 0.2% min

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83% of reviewersrecommend this product

4.2 / 5
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  • Cat's New Favorite

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    All 7 of my cats like this food. Harrah! I like that it is good quality, and they love to eat it. It won out over even Fancy Feast. I have ordered more to keep using it. It is expensive, but it appears to be a good healthy choice, and I don't have to buy 7 different brands! I don't use as much water as suggested, but it plumps up and they finish the extra liquid as well as the food. All around, it is a great choice.

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  • My cats say Ugh!

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    None of my cats would even try this food. They put their nose up at it. Even the stray would not eat it! Can't give it any stars ( had to to post this). I would like to know what others were feeding their cats before they tried this food.

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  • Our cat loves this, it is healthy, and easy to serve

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    First brand of freeze-dried food we tried for our cat, and she loves it. We switched from canned food for better nutritional value, and this brand contains no grains. We feed her both the chicken & venison and the chicken & lamb feast, and the cat endorses both. She seems to enjoy the higher water content, often slurping up the juices first, then eating the morsels. It is very simple to prepare, just mix, soak and serve, and the cat licks her bowl clean, no leftovers to deal with.

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  • Love

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    Both of my cats love this food. It is a bit hard to rehydrate, so I crush the pieces with hammer first and then pour water- works like magic. Great ingredients, great service from Chewy, as always.

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  • Excellent food!

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    I am a mom to two beloved indoor cats, one is 6 yrs and the other 12 yrs. Both of them were used to eating various kinds of cat food, either raw, can, home-cooked, but primarily can, and absolutely never kibble. The younger one is a sickly guy, he has chronic pancreatitis, asthma, heart murmur (low grade), and has been growing his belly to the point that he's almost at 20 lbs, unfortunately. The older one, on the other hand, was always a very healthy cat, low maintenance and no issues until about a year ago. At that time, she developed a tumor on one of her joints that grew to the size of a walnut within a few weeks. She had it removed, it was benign, but soon after, she gradually began I am a mom to two beloved indoor cats, one is 6 yrs and the other 12 yrs. Both of them were used to eating various kinds of cat food, either raw, can, home-cooked, but primarily can, and absolutely never kibble. The younger one is a sickly guy, he has chronic pancreatitis, asthma, heart murmur (low grade), and has been growing his belly to the point that he's almost at 20 lbs, unfortunately. The older one, on the other hand, was always a very healthy cat, low maintenance and no issues until about a year ago. At that time, she developed a tumor on one of her joints that grew to the size of a walnut within a few weeks. She had it removed, it was benign, but soon after, she gradually began to lose her weight. A year into it and she shed about 5 pounds, which was a 1/3 of her weight. Her vet ran every possible exam, plus xray, and could not locate any issue. We are suspecting that she's developed inflammatory bowel disease, very likely due to her old age, or in the worst case, cancer. She's yet to be seen by an internist next month. And so, with all that being said, it IS a challenge to find high quality, commercial cat food that will meet the needs of the both cats. While this food has not triggered any issues with my younger one and his pancreatitis (three 1-week long emergency stays, and you start to watch what he eats, like a hawk), it has definitely helped calm down the IBD issues for the older one. Her stools gradually turned into something unrecognizable, and without going into any further graphic details - Feline Natural Chicken & Lamb food was the first and only cat food, so far, that was able to help her condition. She no longer vomits and has diarrhea on a daily basis. Her stools are almost back to its somewhat normal shape, color, and smell. While the food is actually pretty pricey, I am happy that there is something out there that will help her and myself to ease her daily pains and troubles. Needless to say, I love that she devours it and never leaves a single piece behind. I will continue buying this food for as long as I can, because it is the healthiest I've seen on the market, without all the unnecessary and unhealthy fillers, chemicals, grains, and veggies, that most other brands put in, just to gain on the volume of the food. Thank you for selling this stuff! … more

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  • My cat likes this

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    Lamb seems to be a meat that some cats simply won't eat, but I have one who loves it, so it is great to have it in such a good quality food.

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  • My 2 did not like at all.

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    Other cats may like, but my 2 refused it. Was excited to get and planned on getting other flavors. Need to see if an open package can be returned. Expensive!

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  • Disappointing changes to a previously excellent formula...

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    First off, like a previous reviewer, I am VERY disappointed in the ingredient change: when I first bought this food, Chewy's page listed the following ingredients: Chicken, Lamb Heart, Lamb Liver, Lamb Kidneys Lamb Blood and Green Lipped Mussel When the product arrived, it had a little sticker over the ingredient list on the bag, which now reads: Chicken, Lamb Heart, Lamb Kidney, Lamb Liver, Lamb Blood, Flaxseed Flakes, New Zealand Green Mussel, Dried Kelp, Vitamin E Supplement, Zinc Proteinate, Canola Oil, Manganese Proteinate, Thiamine Mononitrate, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Folic Acid I am OK with the addition of vitamins and minerals, but I am not happy with the addition of canola First off, like a previous reviewer, I am VERY disappointed in the ingredient change: when I first bought this food, Chewy's page listed the following ingredients: Chicken, Lamb Heart, Lamb Liver, Lamb Kidneys Lamb Blood and Green Lipped Mussel When the product arrived, it had a little sticker over the ingredient list on the bag, which now reads: Chicken, Lamb Heart, Lamb Kidney, Lamb Liver, Lamb Blood, Flaxseed Flakes, New Zealand Green Mussel, Dried Kelp, Vitamin E Supplement, Zinc Proteinate, Canola Oil, Manganese Proteinate, Thiamine Mononitrate, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Folic Acid I am OK with the addition of vitamins and minerals, but I am not happy with the addition of canola oil, and am ambivalent about the kelp. If you google, you can find some controversy about the use of canola oil in pet food, since it is not an ingredient that has been tested for safety in pets, and some human research suggests it may have adverse effects on heart health. The kelp can be a healthy ingredient in moderation, but if your cat is hyperthyroid (or in a pre-hyperthyroid "gray zone", like my senior cat), you definitely don't want extra iodine (activates the thyroid), and kelp is chock full of iodine. I bought this product because it seems that freeze-dried or raw foods are about the only way to avoid having starches or gums, as almost all wet cat foods have one or the other. One of my 2 kittens has issues (soft smelly stool) with starchy fillers like tapioca, potato starch etc and possibly also some of the many gums that are used in cat food---I'm specifically avoiding carrageenan already because of its linkage with intestinal inflammation, and I'd also prefer to avoid things like guar gum (may also irritate the gut and decrease food digestibility), xanthan gum, cassia gum, etc etc. Of the 3 cats I tried this on, soft poop kitten loved it immediately, her sister grew to like it after a week or so, and my senior cat totally refuses it. I was going to make it the centerpiece of the kittens' diet, but not anymore--I don't want to be giving them canola oil when I'm not sure of its potential impact on their long-term health. I still give this product 3 stars because it has mostly excellent ingredients, but...for a premium price, I should be getting a premium quality food with NO canola oil!!! … more

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  • Best Option for Freeze Dried

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    I've worked my way through all the other brands of freeze dried food, and tried all the flavors. This is the one my cats prefer the best....both rehydrated and dry. I only wish they had a few more flavors.

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  • INGREDIENT CHANGE

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    Please review the ingredient list for it has changed and may affect cats differently. Very disappointed in the addition of canola oil.

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