Grain Free Chicken Cat Food
Prowl Cat Food
The Honest Kitchen Prowl cat food is an all-natural diet made with free range chicken, eggs and produce like sweet potatoes, spinach and cranberries. It is almost 70% meat, and is a natural human grade cat food that’s ideal for adult cats, particularly those who need a diet without gluten. Prowl dehydrated cat food is our original cat food recipe, and some of our very first customers still think it’s one of the best cat foods available! Prowl grain-free and gluten-free cat food is a high-moisture dehydrated cat food, which can be used in place of homemade or canned cat food diets.
The Honest Kitchen Prowl is good for cats who:
♥ Can’t have grains or gluten
♥ Prefer chicken
♥ Need a high moisture, high protein diet
|Calories Per Dry Cup:||576|
|Life Stage||Highly Active
Less Active / Senior
|Recipe Highlights||Higher Calories
Contains NO corn, wheat, soy or GMO ingredients.
All ingredients dehydrated: Chicken, eggs, potatoes, sweet potatoes, organic flaxseed, pumpkin, spinach, cranberries, 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, thiamine mononitrate.
how much to feed each day
Our foods must be hydrated with water before serving, but you can add slightly more or less water than we suggest, according to your cat's taste. Refrigerate or discard any leftovers. Learn more about how to make our foods >
Prowl Cat Food customer reviews
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Written by Robert | 10/2/15
Written by Tina | 10/2/15
I switched to Prowl a little over 2 months ago. My cat loves it! I didn't have to ease her into the new food very long at all. I mixed a little Prowl with a little kibble and then put the bowl of prowl down. I did that for a few days then I put a dap of the prowl in the bowl she was used to eating kibble in then put her bowl of prowl down. I did that for a couple of days. Then I started putting the bowl of prowl down and have been ever since. I did (and still do) have to play with the consistency. Sometimes kitty likes it thicker and sometime she likes it thinner. I have seen her not eat it at all because the consistency wasn't right for her that particular day.
After switching her to prowl, she still threw up at first. But after a few weeks it got better and less often. Now, 2 full months into the Prowl food, she only throws up hair balls. She used to not do hairballs but I guess the food being liquid instead of kibble she is licking herself more and so now she's getting hairballs were she used to not. I'll take hairballs over throw up though!
One more thing to note, my cat weighed 10 pounds before switching her food. Since switching her to prowl, she lost 3 pounds and now weighs 7 pounds.
I am very satisfied with this product! I believe it is healthier for my cat and it has helped with her throwing up! I will most definitely continue to use it. So glad I found it while searching the internet!
Written by Felica | 10/1/15
Written by Larisa | 9/18/15
Written by Stephanie | 9/4/15
It took about a month but he is now fully transitioned to his new food. For the first week, we blended old and new food (75/25 mix) and he was hesitant. We were persistent and worked on the temp of water and consistency of food. Then we slowly adjusted the blend until he would eat 100% of the new food. We found a good texture to his liking but he still resisted the cranberries until the 4th week. Now he eats it all up and leaves a clean bowl.
He has had no digestive issues throughout the transition process. His weight has maintained and his skin/coat look shiny and healthy. This is a great product if you have the time, patience and perseverance to get your pet through the process!
Written by Jessica | 8/27/15
Written by Sandra | 8/20/15
Based on the nutrient profile provided on this site, it looks like 3oz dry of Prowl would be around a day's meal for my kitten. With water added, I've estimated that it'd be about 6ozs of food, at around a little over 200kcals, which is a similar amount to a regular 6oz can of wet food. This is good to hear because high-quality cat wet foods can be lower in calories at 100 to 130kcal a 6oz can, which means having to feed more for the kitty to sustain their weight.
I will include this food in the rotation, and may use this food as a topper to add into other high-quality (but low calorie) wet food. I like that I can serve this warm, as I can't do that with canned wet food, which I serve either at room temp or fridge temp. The price is decent/the same next to other comparable brands/quality. Seems like good food all around, if your cat will eat it.
Written by Rosanna | 8/18/15
Written by Nellie | 8/18/15
I'm now 3 weeks into feeding him Honest Kitchen, and he loves it! He now meows for it and headbutts my leg while I'm making it. He also licks the bowl clean! He starts his meals off by licking it off the spoon I used to mix it. It has helped him go from a free-feeding routine (from eating kibble) to a more scheduled feeding routine. He has more energy and has a healthier looking coat too! Thanks Honest Kitchen! I do hope you come out with more flavors though, in case he starts getting bored. But I really hope he doesn't!
Written by Tami | 8/9/15
We were very fortunate that he took right to the Prowl! He actually seems to be satisfied & even leaves some for later occasionally. The only part of the Prowl that he doesn't like are the cranberries, but hey, they are an acquired taste even for humans!
My one wish was that there were more choices for cats than two.
Written by Pandy | 8/9/15
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