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Rachael Ray Nutrish PEAK Grain-Free Natural Woodland Catch Recipe with Chicken, Trout & Salmon Dry Cat Food

Rachael Ray Nutrish PEAK Grain-Free Natural Woodland Catch Recipe with Chicken, Trout & Salmon Dry Cat Food

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    Amazing favor

    By NannyB on Feb 15, 2021

    This was the first that have tried Rachel Ray dry cat food i rescued stray's cats 11 inside cats and 14 rescue, Colony kitties and a few come a other cats some with collars so possible stray's. I have system inside house once i put food out i given them 2 hours max then put up the food i measure what This was the first that have tried Rachel Ray dry cat food i rescued stray's cats 11 inside cats and 14 rescue, Colony kitties and a few come a other cats some with collars so possible stray's. I have system inside house once i put food out i given them 2 hours max then put up the food i measure what each gets and the food is gone. Outside cats i start feeding once it's daylight i have some what intacted porch so the outside cats can eat even when it is raining so these cat are not kittens and but i feed the same food for all of my kitties inside cats and outside since Rachel has two type of dried i can keep with feed dry in morning that isn't grainfree in the evenings i feed everybody grainfree so far they all like it. … more

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    Not for Picky Eaters

    By Jess on Apr 6, 2021

    I wish I could say I loved this, but my cat and I agreed it wasn’t for us. Upon first opening I was hit by its strong smell. I avoid cat food with fishy smells because it makes me sick to my stomach and my cat has learned that dry food wise he gets chicken and beef flavored meals, wet food is another I wish I could say I loved this, but my cat and I agreed it wasn’t for us. Upon first opening I was hit by its strong smell. I avoid cat food with fishy smells because it makes me sick to my stomach and my cat has learned that dry food wise he gets chicken and beef flavored meals, wet food is another topic altogether. But my first issue was the strong smell, that even to this day I still smell in his containers. I mixed it with his Hill’s Science cat food but he refused to eat it. He’d eat around it and one whiff of it and he was gone. Of course I was adamant that he would get used to it. He’s such a picky eater it takes him about a week to accept new food. Needless to say this was one he didn’t want anything to do with. When this was the only thing on the plate he would run outside and eat the cat food I bought specifically for the strays. He stopped eating Purina because of the Hills food, but to him it was the lesser evil compared to Peak. A week later I had to hand select every piece out from where I store the dry food and the whole day my hands smelled of it despite washing my hands ten times. Had to feed it to the starts, and even they didn’t want it, but they can’t be picky about the food and eventually ate it but would leave the bowl mainly full and just eat little bites and run off. Sadly Rachel Ray wasn’t for my picky and spoiled little Russian Blue, or my spoiled strays. … more

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