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Grace Cat Food

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*1 cup makes 1 lb of fresh food

Grace - 4 lb box
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Grace Cat Food

Ideal for cats & kittens of all breeds and sizes

39% protein

35% fat

629 calories per cup

New Packaging! Slight Recipe Changes.

We have increased the copper levels slightly so that Grace meets AAFCO standards for kittens! We are also replacing the dandelion greens with chard. Read more >

Grace™ is a gluten-free cat food made with cage-free turkey and eggs as well as produce like parsley, a little pumpkin and chard. With almost 70% meat, Grace is a natural human-grade cat food that’s ideal for all ages of cats, particularly those who need a diet without gluten.

Our office kitties think it’s the best cat food yet! Grace makes a high-moisture cat food, which can be used in place of homemade or canned cat food diets.

*please note, we’re in the process of removing rosemary from our foods, due to popular demand. Currently, 4 lb & 2 lb boxes may ship without rosemary in the ingredients; 4 oz trials boxes and 1 oz samples will contain rosemary

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58 reviews for grace cat food view all

Written by Kathleen | 7/4/14

My cats were raised on a raw diet and did fantastically for about 8 years. Then one of them started having some IBD symptoms and was vomiting quite a bit. She lost weight and actually lost some interest in eating as well. The other one had always had a very sensitive stomach and vomited more often than the average cat, especially if he got too much bone in his food.

We tried some experimentation with diet with the vet's suggestions, and then decided to try THK cat food for them. They both love it and eat it with gusto! And both have quit vomiting except for on a rare occasion. The one who lost weight has gained it back, and is feeling and acting like a kitten again. We are all very happy!

Written by Lindsay | 7/3/14

My Cat Prissy loves your samples. She always looks at her dish wanting more.

Written by Rayna | 7/2/14

Switching my kibble-addicted kitty to wet food was a very difficult process. I first tried to get him to eat canned food, which didn't go over too well, though after a while he consented to eating a few specific kinds. However, after doing a lot of research on feline nutrition, and the pet-food industry, I wasn't content about continuing to feed him most of commercial food out there. I came upon this food and was eager to try it. When I put it in his bowl, he immediately tasted it, which was different from the reaction he had to any of the canned foods when I presented them for the first time. This got me wondering whether we would have struggled as much if I had skipped the canned, and presented him with the honest kitchen food straight from kibble, but, alas, I will never know. He has been happily eating grace ever since :)

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All ingredients dehydrated: Turkey, eggs, pumpkin, potatoes, parsley, dandelion greens (to be replaced by chard), cranberries, rosemary extract*, tricalcium phosphate, choline chloride, zinc amino acid chelate, vitamin D3 supplement, vitamin E supplement, potassium iodide, potassium chloride, iron amino acid chelate, copper amino acid chelate.

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Dehydrated cat food feeding recommendations

Our foods must be hydrated with water before serving, but you can add slightly more or less water than we suggest, according to your pet's taste. Refrigerate or discard any leftovers.

Visit our How To Feed page for feeding tips and also see how long one box will last.

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