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My beautiful almost 2 year old cat Myrtle Rose is a very fussy eater. I give her a combination most days of both wet and dried foods and although from the day dot I had fed her wet food because I thought it was more substantial I do seem to be having more success with feeding her dried food in the past year or so.
I think in this past year I have been feeding her dried we have tried pretty much everything on the shelves but recently I ran out and last minute had to buy what was in a local corner shop which happened to be a box of this and for the 340g sized box I paid just 99p which I thought was a great price to pay.
The box this comes in is bright yellow and blue in colouring with a side tab opening and on the front of the box there is a picture shown of a cat and some of the food and we are clearly told what it is and who it is by (Purina) and then other infomration listed on the box includes being told quite alot about the food and how it is meant to benefit your feline friend, ingredients, compostion plus feeding guide are stated and contact details for the manufacturer are given. Nice enough and highly informative box this is and I do appreciate the tab opening which is great for pouring the food out of and resealing to keep the remainder of the food fresh.
The Food Itself:
What you get in a box is lots of dried kibbles in light and dark brown, green and a creamy coloured shade and they are shaped like little fishes and round shapes and so on. They smell quite fishy to me with a hint of yeast to them. They contain 4% herring and 4% tuna along with cereals, oils, vegetables and a few other bits and pieces.
The feeding guide tells us how much to feed our cat depending on its size but me as I have explained already I give Myrtle the option of both wet and dried food so I tend to put a few of these down in the morning and a few at night and I really just feed on demand really because she is such a small and dainty eater.
Myrtle really likes these and in fact really likes all the dried food favours that Go-Cat have on offer. I love the way they sound crunchy when she eats them even if they've been down a while and these are designed to not only keep teeth and bones healthy but to also help with unrinary tract health and to help Myrtle have toned muscles, which I believe they do.
As I'm sure you can tell from the tone of this review I really am pleased that we have found these. Not only are they cheap but they are good for my girl and she really seems to enjoy them. I have noticed since changing to this in the way of dried cat food that my Myrtles coat couldnt be shinier and generally she looks fabulous and yes I do put alot of that down to her diet!
So all in all in I really do receomend these as I have no quibbles with them at all and neither does my Myrtle Moobag!
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This review is also posted on Ciao under this same username.
Go-Cat Complete Tuna Herring & added Vegetables are the ideal food for healthy active adult cats.