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Wellness Complete Health Grain-Free Indoor Deboned Chicken Recipe Dry Cat Food

Wellness Complete Health Grain-Free Indoor Deboned Chicken Recipe Dry Cat Food

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    Great for mixing with wet food

    By Aurora on Jul 20, 2020

    It seems all the good dry cat foods available have very small kibble size, which is unfortunate because they often fall out of my cat's mouth and he leaves them around his bowl. I found a solution to this problem. I give my cat a portion of Wellness wet food twice a day as his main food, so I just started It seems all the good dry cat foods available have very small kibble size, which is unfortunate because they often fall out of my cat's mouth and he leaves them around his bowl. I found a solution to this problem. I give my cat a portion of Wellness wet food twice a day as his main food, so I just started mixing the dry in with his wet. He loves it, it's easier for him to eat it, there's no kibble mess, and it makes the wet food go farther. We can still leave a bowl of dry out for him if we're gone overnight since he's used to it, but otherwise he has the benefits of meal times and wet food with some added crunchy texture. Give it a try! … more

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    Got stuck in my cat’s mouth

    By Sophie on Apr 30, 2020

    My cats liked this food, but I think they recently changed either the kibble size or shape. As a result, my one cat would occasionally get kibbles lodged in the roof of his mouth! He would paw at his mouth and they would eventually come out, but once or twice we had to help him. Maybe he has deep folds My cats liked this food, but I think they recently changed either the kibble size or shape. As a result, my one cat would occasionally get kibbles lodged in the roof of his mouth! He would paw at his mouth and they would eventually come out, but once or twice we had to help him. Maybe he has deep folds on the roof of his mouth or something, but I’ve never had that happen with any other food. … more

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    not easy on the teeth

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    My cat loves the smell of this food and tries to eat it. The pieces are small and very hard. He wasn't able to eat the food because it seemed like the food would fall out of his mouth while he was trying to chew. Or he spit it out because it was so hard.

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    Won't eat it

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    I did tons of research to get a good brand cat food and sadly my kitties will not eat it- gifting it away hoping other kitties like it!

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    Not so tasty

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    I have a lot of cats some eat it and some don’t It is do hard to get a corn gluten free food

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