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Stella & Chewy's Tummy Ticklin' Turkey Dinner Grain-Free Freeze-Dried Cat Food

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Description

Give your cat what he naturally craves with Stella & Chewy’s Tummy Ticklin’ Turkey Dinner Freeze-Dried Cat Food. Based on the philosophy that pets thrive on the same diet they would eat in the wild, the all-natural recipe makes it easy to feed your cat only the good stuff. Made from sustainably-sourced ingredients and raw protein, this recipe starts with 98% cage-free turkey, organs, and bone plus 100% certified-organic fruits and vegetables—offering the benefits of raw food nutrition with the convenience of freeze-dried preparation. And to ensure the highest quality, each batch is made with care in the USA in Stella & Chewy’s own kitchen.

Key Benefits

  • Real raw nutrition in the convenience of freeze-dried. Serve as is or rehydrate by adding warm water.
  • Made in Stella & Chewy's own USA kitchen with cage-free turkey and 100% organic-certified fruits and vegetables.
  • Never contains grains, gluten, fillers, artificial preservatives, or colorings.
  • Simple, pristine recipe with limited ingredients and rich in protein.
  • Pet parents and vets report raw feeding supports an improved appetite, digestion, immune system, teeth and gum health, skin and coat, and can help relieve allergies.

Cautions

Stella & Chewy's products must always remain raw when feeding. Please do not cook, heat, or microwave the products. If rehydrating, use cool or warm (never hot) water.

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  • Item Number
    52529
  • Food Form
    Freeze-Dried
  • Lifestage
    All Stages, Adult
  • Made in
    United States
  • Special Diet
    Limited Ingredient Diet, Grain-Free, Gluten Free

Nutritional Info

Ingredients

  1. Turkey (Ground With Bone), Turkey Liver, Turkey Gizzard, Pumpkin Seed, Potassium Chloride, Pea Fiber, Sodium Phosphate Monobasic, Choline Chloride, Taurine, Dried Pediococcus acidilactici Fermentation Product, Dried Lactobacillus acidophilus Fermentation Product, Dried Bifidobacterium longum Fermentation Product, Tocopherols (Preservative), Calcium Carbonate, Zinc Proteinate, Zinc Sulfate, Iron Sulfate, Iron Proteinate, Vitamin E Supplement, Niacin, Copper Sulfate, Copper Proteinate, Riboflavin, Manganese Sulfate, Sodium Selenite, Manganese Proteinate, Thiamine Mononitrate, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Folic Acid, Menadione Sodium Bisulfate Complex (Source Of Vitamin K), Calcium Iodate, Vitamin B12 Supplement

Caloric Content

  1. 145 kcal/oz, 5,140 kcal/kg
Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 40.0% min
Crude Fat 35.0% min
Crude Fiber 1.0% max
Moisture 5.0% max
Taurine 0.25% min

Feeding Instructions

Rehydrate by adding 1/2 cup warm water for every cup of food, following feeding guidelines. Add water, allow food to rehydrate for one minute, mix and serve. Food can be fed dry, but always make sure your cat drinks plenty of water at mealtime.

Transition Instructions

Introduce by slowly mixing with your pet's current diet, over the course of 7 to 10 days. Timeframes can be adjust as needed.

  • Days 1 to 3 : 25% Stella & Chewy's + 75% previous diet
  • Days 4 to 6: 50% Stella & Chewy's + 50% previous diet
  • Days 7 to 9: 75% Stella & Chewy's + 25% previous diet
  • Day 10: 100% Stella & Chewy's

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88 reviews 88 Reviews 4.5 out of 5 Stars
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  • 3 Stars
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94% Recommend

94% of reviewersrecommend this product

4.5 / 5
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  • My cats liked this

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    I have one new adoptee who appears to have food allergies. I am guessing grains are the culprit but I am not sure. I decided to go outside the box and try several raw type diets. This was one that was liked by most of my cats, most importantly the one with the red, inflamed ears. That seems to be resolving.

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  • Expensive but worth it

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    My cat is 19 now, in excellent health and has been eating Stella and Chewy's since 2010. I alternate between the different flavors and use warm water to rehydrate. The key is make a warm stew; most cats won't eat cold. Every now and then if she gets picky I put a couple teaspoons of Newman's Own canned cat food in the mix.

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  • just so so.

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    I got this because it seemed like a better deal than the other freeze dried. The food was in very small round pieces that crumbled easily in the bag. The cats ate it, but I needed to use quite a bit of the broken piece to make a decent meal for them. I think Primal was a better product.

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  • Packaging concern

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    I am pleased with most reviews and have 2 maincoon cats that have skin and digestive issues. I've been giving them raw fresh organic turkey. They are doing great on it.it is costly and I would like to try the freeze dried turkey, I am strictly organic and myself, I frown at plastic or aluminum based coated pkgng. Can you explain what type of bags are used? Card board would be great or natural paper pkging?

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  • Great For Ferrets

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    This is one of 2 main foods i feed my ferrets. It's all meat proteins. They like chewing on the dried pieces without me breaking it up or wetting it. They love it, and they're healthy. As for my cats, they hate eating it rehydrated. I give them a couple of pieces every now and then as treats, but when i had tried weaning them onto this food appropriately, my male threw up and my female wasn't interested. But i know this food is great for other cats.

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  • Great for the cat that loves raw meat!

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    While not all of my Russian Blues enjoyed this, several did inhale it. A raw diet is best, but not everyone has the space to store frozen meat; the desire to grind custom; or wish to handle raw. This is a great alternative. Just wish it was a bit less expensive and available in larger sizes. Rabbit would be a good option too.

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  • My Kitties Love This!

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    I was shocked but nearly all of my nine cats love this. I am glad because I feel they are getting good food.

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  • Good but

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    I was a little disappointed that most of the Turkey freeze dried food in the bag was shredded. I also ordered the chicken freeze dried food and that was fine. My cats love this food.

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  • Good treat for cats

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    Both my cats enjoy this food. I mix a nugget or two with water for a treat.

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  • 18 oz morsels are very different in color and water absorption

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    This review is only for 18 oz bag. What has happened to the morsels? I usually get the 12 oz bag and was pleased to see the 18 oz. But I will not buy it again. The morsels are of a very much lighter color than the usual "Tummy Ticklin'" turkey. And they simply don't want to absorb the water. The first day I used them, I put in the water and waited a couple of minutes--no water had been absorbed and I had to chop for several minutes to achieve the consistency that my cat likes. I'm giving 3 stars only because of the high quality of the food, otherwise, I'd give it one star because of the impossibility to get it wet enough to mix in a reasonable amount of time. This morning an hour before This review is only for 18 oz bag. What has happened to the morsels? I usually get the 12 oz bag and was pleased to see the 18 oz. But I will not buy it again. The morsels are of a very much lighter color than the usual "Tummy Ticklin'" turkey. And they simply don't want to absorb the water. The first day I used them, I put in the water and waited a couple of minutes--no water had been absorbed and I had to chop for several minutes to achieve the consistency that my cat likes. I'm giving 3 stars only because of the high quality of the food, otherwise, I'd give it one star because of the impossibility to get it wet enough to mix in a reasonable amount of time. This morning an hour before the cat's breakfast time I tried an experiment. I put the morsels in the cat's bowl and added the water, then waited for 15 minutes--still hard as a rock. Tried again at 1/2 hour, the morsels had *still* not absorbed enough water to easily mix into a sort of lumpy mush my cat loves. Finally, *one full hour later* I was able to mix the food properly. And still he got one stuck in his teeth and went through all kinds of gyrations to get it dislodged. This NEVER happened with the morsels in the 12 oz bag. Further, I'm afraid in the near future all the morsels will soon be like this--then I'll have to move over to the other brand of freeze-dried raw turkey. I like Stella & Chewy's much better, but going to those lengths to get the morsels wet is simply unrealistic. (My cat can eat only raw, freeze dried turkey because any other food gives him diarrhea.) Please, Stella & Chewy's, fix this problem!! … more

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