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No Corn, Wheat, Soy, GMO

100% Human Grade

Just add water

Made in USA

Made with Dehydrated Whole Foods

No byproducts, preservatives

Grain Free Chicken Cat Food

Prowl ®

recipe highlights

• AAFCO complete and balanced
• High moisture, grain free
• Higher calorie diet
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4 lb box |
(makes 12 lbs)
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Product Description Dished up with 70% free-range chicken, Prowl is the original cat’s meow for adult and senior kitties, who don’t dig grains. It’s a less processed, high moisture alternative to canned food, and it’s bursting with natural whole food goodness.

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.

Calories per Dry Cup 576
% Calcium 0.93
% Carbohydrates 19.02
% Fat 29.5
% Fiber 2.38

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Absolute score! After researching The Honest Kitchen pet foods, I found that it earned the highest rating of 5 stars. My male cat, Charlie has had urinary issues since he was a tiny kitten. Being able to add as much water to this food that I chose, was a logical idea since cats don't have a natural thirst drive. No urinary problems since being on this food. As far as the transition.... I didn't even get a chance to get it out of the box before he decided to sample it! Left unattended for a short while, he knocked the box off the counter, pulled part of the bag through the hole in the side and chewed the bag open. He is hooked, and so am I!
I love my cats so when i ordered my first honest kitchen 'prowl' i envisioned the cats jumping on the counter with excitement to get their little faces into this stuff! unfortunately this was not exactly the outcome. They were on a wet food rotational diet before this (soulistic, tiki cat, weruva) and i thought (naively) that the transition would be a breeze for them. It was not. Day 1 they sniffed their new food and haughtily walked away, seemingly expecting i would succumb to their pressure and put out their old food (which i did..they looked so sad). In the meantime i looked online to see if anyone else had had this problem and found a guide to transitioning your cat to their new food. So i slowly started integrating honest kitchen into their old wet food and sure enough after a week of transitioning we had our first 100% honest kitchen meal this morning! it was super exciting! so if anyone is having trouble i highly recommend looking into ways to familiarize your cat so they get used to the new taste & texture. you wont regret it!
All 3 of my cats loved Prowl instantly. It is great to have finally found a safer replacement for their canned food.
I've been feeding SashaKitty a raw diet for the past year, because even the good kibble left her throwing up multiple times per week and with poopy butt (which she rubs on the carpet). When I switched her to raw, these symptoms cleared up. The problem with commercial raw food is that it's expensive, especially when she doesn't eat all of the thawed portion and it gets tossed. Making my own, with a commercial supplement powder, is less expensive, but time consuming and messy to make. And, again, she can be picky and not eat all of the thawed portion, which then gets tossed.

I found Prowl, read the ingredients, and decided to give it a try. SashaKitty loves it. Well, she loves it before the mix absorbs the water, and she laps it up like soup (she won't eat it once the water has been absorbed). Prowl is much easier and cheaper than daily fresh raw. I'll still feed her fresh raw, but she's mainly eating Prowl.
Boots was adopted from a shelter with all sorts of health issues. In her diet, I started her with kibble, but realized she was prone to UTI's because she never drank water. Having her eat the honest kitchen brand is perfect I know she is getting nutrients and water. She's had less infections and is a much happier kitty that way!! Thanks honest kitchen!!
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