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Stella & Chewy's Absolutely Rabbit Dinner Morsels Freeze-Dried Raw Cat Food

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Description

Satisfy your kitty’s craving for real meat with Stella & Chewy's Absolutely Rabbit Dinner Morsels Freeze-Dried Raw Cat Food! Fresh, farm-raised rabbit is the main ingredient used in this raw, antibiotic free dish. This feline favorite delivers unparalleled high protein to your best pal’s bowl without adding grains or preservatives that cats can’t digest. Plus, Stella & Chewy’s is all-natural and minimally processed with limited ingredient diets and added taurine to promote silky soft fur and healthy skin. Cut the unnecessary carbohydrates and give your kitty what they crave!

Key Benefits
  • Each small batch recipe is crafted with care in Stella & Chewy’s own kitchen without the use of ingredients from China.
  • No need to rehydrate—simply scoop, mix and serve with the included scooper.
  • All natural and holistic recipe is free of common allergens such as grain, gluten, fillers, and artificial preservatives or colors.
  • Natural oils and minimally processed food can help relieve itchy skin and hot spots.
  • Made for cats of all ages—even picky cats enjoy the tasty meaty flavor of Stella & Chewy’s.

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  • Item Number
    133743
  • Weight
    9 ounces
  • Food Form
    Freeze-Dried
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Made in
    United States
  • Special Diet
    Gluten Free, Grain-Free, Limited Ingredient Diet
Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Rabbit With Ground Bone, Rabbit Liver, Olive Oil, Pumpkin Seed, Potassium Chloride, Sodium Phosphate, Choline Chloride, Dried Ediococcus Acidilactici Fermentation Product, Dried Lactobacillus Acidophilus Fermentation Product, Dried Bifidobacterium Longum Fermentation Product, Dried Bacillus Coagulans Fermentation Product, Taurine, Tocopherols (Preservative), Dandelion, Dried Kelp, Zinc Proteinate, Iron Proteinate, Vitamin A Supplement, Vitamin E Supplement, Niacin Supplement, Copper Proteinate, Riboflavin Supplement, Sodium Selenite, D-Calcium Pantothenate, Biotin, Manganese Proteinate, Thiamine Mononitrate, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Folic Acid, Vitamin B12 Supplement.

Caloric Content

4,630 kcal/kg, 131 kcal/oz.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein44.0% min
Crude Fat30.0% min
Crude Fiber5.0% max
Moisture5.0% max
Taurine0.20% min
Total Microorganisms50,000,000 CFU/lb min
Feeding Instructions

Rehydrate by adding 1/2 cup of cold or warm water for ever one cup of food, following the guidelines noted below. Add water, allow food to rehydrate for one minute, mix, and serve. Food can be fed dry, but always make sure your cat has ample fresh water available at mealtime.

The table below shows the daily amount to feed based on a cat’s weight. Please note these are guidelines, and individual. Requirements can vary +/-50% based on your pet’s activity level, metabolism, age, general health and other factors. More information on feeding guidelines is also available on our website.

Body Weight Adult # of Cups
6 lbs1/2
8 lbs3/4
10 lbs1
12 lbs1 1/4
14 lbs1 1/2
Transition Instructions

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

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

Customer Reviews

125 Reviews 125 Reviews 4.1 out of 5 Stars

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Good, but pricey

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    My cat with allergies has been only eating rabbit as a protein for years. The vet had put him on a prescription diet wet food. He happily ate it for several years and then all of the sudden he refused to eat another bite. Desperate to find a food that did not have chicken or fish, I tried all the different rabbit based LID foods I could find. He didn't like any of them. Then I came across the Stella and Chewy and decided it couldn't hurt to try. He loves it. I do rehydrate which is kind of a pain to mash up the food, but it's worth the effor to get more water in his diet.

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Bad batches and quality control

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    I called Stella & Chewy they claim that inconsistency happens from different sources but they should work this out. They had some that were hard to rehydrate and some that smelled like poop. When the batch is good its easy to rehydrate and smells a little gamey but not like death and poop.

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    What happened to this food??

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    My 11 year old with tons of allergies loved and was really thriving on this food but something has seriously changed. It smells sour and is really pale and weird looking. I contacted Stella & chewy and they insist the formula hasn’t changed but clearly something has. What a bummer.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Better for straight feeding vs. re-hydrating

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    I have a cat with IBD and allergies. Finding food for her is both tricky and expensive. Luckily, 100% rabbit works for her. In addition to canned rabbit (Instinct Limited Ingredient) I wanted to give her some variety. The kibble version of the Instinct rabbit did not work, so I tried the dehydrated route. She loves these morsels and it works for her! I use it as treats and as a "side" for her canned meals. (Side note: my 2nd cat likes it too!). The size and density of the "morsels" makes it too hard to crumble in order to re-hydrate, but luckily my cats actually prefer "as is."

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Great topper- loved by all!

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    I use these as a topper or treat for both cats and dogs. No one turns them down. Haven’t used them as a meal because that would be an expensive way to feed. I have one cat on a limited ingredient rabbit diet and doesn’t have any issues with these.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Bad batch or new recipe?

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    My cat normally loves this food. She has IBD and it's one of few foods she can tolerate. But the last bag that I ordered is off. It smells funny and looks lighter in color. The morsels are less uniform in size and shape too. Some morsels are very misshapen. My cat won't touch it. The bag was vacuum sealed and the expiration date is good, so either something went wrong when making the batch or they changed the recipe. It's too bad because my cat has limited food choices and she's also a very picky eater. I really hope they didn't change anything and it's just this last bag.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Picky cat was not a fan.

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    I have the worlds pickiest foster kitty at the moment. This is the only brand and type of food she will eat. She loved the chicken and the duck. But wouldn’t even try the rabbit. She just smelled it and walked off.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Amazing for ferrets!

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    Ferrets are obligate carnivores and thrive off an all meat diet. My ferret obviously didn’t like these when I first offered them to him (I have the turkey, rabbit, chicken, and duck/goose formulas) because ferrets imprint on their food early on. But after adding a tiny bit of salmon oil he’s learned to LOVE this stuff! Each evening I give him a meal of one of those proteins and he gets so happy when he hears me making the food. But his absolute favorite flavor by far is the rabbit. It’s the only one he’ll eat dry. His coat has improved a lot since I’ve changed his entire diet (I changed his dry food too) and he’s so healthy! Please, if you have ferrets and don’t want to do a DIY raw, do this. Ferrets are obligate carnivores and thrive off an all meat diet. My ferret obviously didn’t like these when I first offered them to him (I have the turkey, rabbit, chicken, and duck/goose formulas) because ferrets imprint on their food early on. But after adding a tiny bit of salmon oil he’s learned to LOVE this stuff! Each evening I give him a meal of one of those proteins and he gets so happy when he hears me making the food. But his absolute favorite flavor by far is the rabbit. It’s the only one he’ll eat dry. His coat has improved a lot since I’ve changed his entire diet (I changed his dry food too) and he’s so healthy! Please, if you have ferrets and don’t want to do a DIY raw, do this. It’s very good for them and if they don’t love it right away, trust me, they will :) … more

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Bad Lot of Rabbit

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    My five cats have eaten this food for the past year. Something changed and none of my cats will now eat it. Manufacturer claims they have not changed anything. This is the only food one of my kiddies could eat due to his sensitive stomach. Chevy is God sent and has reimbursed me for the purchase. I am now trying the Chicken.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Catabulous!!

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    My kitties absolutely love it! I found all of them prefer it dry rather than with water. I may try using a beef broth to hydrate it though. I'll let you know.

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