Grandma Lucy's Artisan Grain-Free Chicken & Fish Freeze-Dried Cat Food, 3-lb bag
Crafted with the belief that your favorite feline deserves the same great quality of food as you, Grandma Lucy's Artisan Grain-Free Chicken & Fish Freeze-Dried Cat Food is made using the highest quality ingredients from trusted restaurant suppliers. Every single ingredient is chosen with a specific benefit in mind, inspected for quality and prepared in small batches at their family-owned California facility. From anti-inflammatory properties to maintaining a healthy digestive system and heart, it’s the easy way for your furry friend to eat her way to better health. This all-natural, grain-free recipe is an ideal choice for the kitty with food allergies or sensitivities.
Features chicken and pollock as the first two ingredients along with specially chosen fruits and vegetables to quickly and easily improve your cat's nutrient intake through food.
Wholesome, fresh potatoes, carrots and celery deliver natural vitamins and minerals straight from the source.
Premium-quality apples, blueberries and cranberries offer a host of naturally-derived vitamins, minerals, fiber and antioxidants.
Ideally suited for the kitty with food allergies or sensitivities; rich in natural omega fatty acids to help maintain healthy skin, coat and joints.
Grain-free, freeze-dried recipe is made in small batches in California to ensure quality and consistency; contains no by-products or preservatives.
For each cup of Grandma Lucy’s add 1 - 2 of warm water, mix and serve, ready in 3 minutes.
Most pets transition from their current food to Grandma Lucy's within 7 - 10 days. Here at Grandma Lucy's we believe that the slower the better when it comes to transitioning your pet as it always yields the most favorable results. Starting with small amounts of Grandma Lucy's initially and gradually increasing the amount over time.
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Give your kitty two of his favorites with Artisan Grain-Free Chicken & Fish, a nutritionally balanced meal that starts with USDA-inspected chicken and Alaskan Pollock. This all-natural food is ready in just 5 minutes—all you have to do is add a little water, stir and serve. As the freeze-dried morsels rehydrate, you'll see real chunks of fish and wholesome vegetables and herbs—just like a home-cooked meal.
Grandma's Special Tummy Remedy
Simple Remedy is just what the (kitty) doctor ordered for an upset stomach. It's the traditional recipe for nausea, vomiting and diarrhea that's easy to digest and gentle on the stomach. This formula is recommended by veterinarians as something you can feed your cat in place of his regular meal until he's back to normal. The recipe is simple—just boneless, skinless chicken breast meat and plain white rice. Add water, and it's ready to serve!
Single-Ingredient Meat Treats
Pure, delicious meat is any cat's favorite thing to eat, and that's exactly what these treats are made of. There's just one simple ingredient in each bag—freeze-dried fish or poultry. These single-ingredient treats are made with line-caught Alaskan Pollock or U.S.-raised chicken or chicken liver that's free of antibiotics with no added hormones.
About Grandma Lucy's
With a name like Grandma Lucy's, you'd expect a company that's family-owned and operated—one that you can trust. And that's exactly what you'll find. Since 1999, the Shook family has created pet foods of the same quality and made from the same healthy ingredients as their own food. Their main taste tester was Lucy, an 11-year-old Cocker Spaniel who had no problem turning down food she didn't like. These recipes have passed the Lucy taste test, so you know your pets are sure to love them just as much.
I've always had trouble trying to find a suitable and great product for my cats to eat in the past. My new kitten has proven to be just as finicky as my other cats (that I've had in the past). So, I decided to give this freeze-dried a try. She absolutely loves it. I water it down a bit more than recommended and let it sit for roughly 3 mins. She has no problem eating it in one sitting.
on Oct 10, 2017
My cat is a bit of a picky eater and has shown this no interest. The first batch I made came out a bit...glue-like. Since then I have done better with proportions, and not measured, and the consistency looks more like what I have experienced in the past with freeze dried dog food. I also have some stray cats that I feed outside and they were not interested in it either. If you have a picky cat you might want to try a small bag of this first to see if they will like it.
5 out of 5 say no :(
on Sep 29, 2017Top 1000 Contributor
I always give my babies can food as a treat (they don't know it is healthy :) ) I decided to try this instead as a change. I have 5 spoiled kitties and I am sad to say NONE of them like it. Not saying you should not try it but 5 out of 5...not good odds :( Into the dumpster it goes.
Kitty didnt like it.
on Oct 14, 2017
I even picked out the fish to make it more appetizing. Still a no go! But as far as the dog food of this brand goes, my picky Shiba inu loves it! Maybe the chicken option would be more for kitty? On the plus side, it smells nummy for my senses lol
None of my cats would eat this
on Aug 22, 2017
I was so disappointed. I have a number of cats, NONE would eat this. I put it out for the raccoons.
I was so excited to try this!!!
on Aug 2, 2017
6 cats, 6! They all hated it. I was so excited to try it. But, them, not so much.
on Jan 1, 2017Top 1000 Contributor
I'll admit that the first time I opened the bag I was disappointed. Looked with white sawdust with intermittent chunks of fish. It doesn't look any better when rehydrated.
But my cats don't eat with their eyes, and they've been cleaning their dish. Clearly tastes better than it looks.
Cats are liking the product
on Feb 10, 2017
Still mixing in canned food they have been on and slowly increasing Artsian grain free..stools are getting much better!
Cat did not like it
on Dec 6, 2016
My cat did not like this food. At first he would eat around all the veggies and spit out the carrots, then after a week or so he flat out refused to even go near it.
Used to love it, now won't touch it
on Apr 3, 2016
I'm so disappointed in this product ("Artisan" Freeze-dried Chicken & Fish). It used to be the base of the mix I fed my kitty who has to eat raw. He loved the taste and all the cats loved the large pieces of dried fish that were always included in the top of the bag.
I don't know whether "Grandma" changed the recipe or what. My cat won't touch it now and rejects the entirety of his food whenever I have Grandma Lucy's in the mix. **And the bag no longer comes with the chunks of fish in it** Instead are these rock-hard nasty globs of something that looks and feels like superglue and (maybe) some of the flakes bonded together in a way that is hard to crumble. Honestly it makes me wonder what I'm so disappointed in this product ("Artisan" Freeze-dried Chicken & Fish). It used to be the base of the mix I fed my kitty who has to eat raw. He loved the taste and all the cats loved the large pieces of dried fish that were always included in the top of the bag.
I don't know whether "Grandma" changed the recipe or what. My cat won't touch it now and rejects the entirety of his food whenever I have Grandma Lucy's in the mix. **And the bag no longer comes with the chunks of fish in it** Instead are these rock-hard nasty globs of something that looks and feels like superglue and (maybe) some of the flakes bonded together in a way that is hard to crumble. Honestly it makes me wonder what the stuff is made of, where they are sourcing it, or what the manufacturing process is.
I have yet to figure out what to use as a replacement for this, but I can't keep buying it. A fact for which I'm sure my cat will thank me, as I keep trying to foist this on him.… more