Grace Cat Food
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 (82 reviews) 
Ideal for cats & kittens of all breeds and sizes
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Grace - 4 lb box

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$54.99
Grace - 2 lb box

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$29.99
Grace - 1 oz mini sample

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$1.00
Grace - 6 x 4 lb boxes

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$319.94
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Grace Cat Food

The Honest Kitchen Grace cat food is made with cage-free turkey and eggs as well as produce like parsley, a little pumpkin and dandelion greens. With almost 70% meat, Grace grain-free, gluten-free cat food is 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 dehydrated cat food is high in moisture and can be used in place of homemade or canned cat food diets.

The Honest Kitchen Grace is good for cats who:
♥ Can’t have grains or gluten
♥ Prefer turkey
♥ Need a high moisture, high protein diet


our food is dehydrated

Calories Per Dry Cup: 629
Protein 38.50%
Fat 34.50%
Carbohydrates 14.00%
Life Stage Highly Active
Adults
Less Active / Senior
Kittens / Nursing
Recipe Highlights Higher Calories
High Protein
Grain Free
Gluten Free

Contains NO corn, wheat, soy or GMO ingredients.


Ingredients

All ingredients dehydrated: Turkey, eggs, pumpkin, potatoes, parsley, chard, 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

dehydrated cat food

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 >

Cats can be slow to try something new. Click here to learn how to transition your cat to a new food and also find some tips for those especially picky kitties!


How to make it





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Written by Renee | 6/25/15

While I'm sure it's an excellent product, neither of my cats would touch it. However, both dogs liked it.

Written by Rose | 6/4/15

I would recommend this product because it really helped my kitten with her digestive problems. After a couple of days I used this her diarrhea had stopped. Now she is back to normal . Thank you for all your help.

Written by Jordan | 5/31/15

My kitten Vahli loves The Honest Kitchen. I generally feed a prey-model raw diet, and as other raw feeders know, cats can be a bit more finicky about switching over. No healthy dog will starve itself in defiance. A cat will though. She wasn't taking to raw very well, but she took right to this. High moisture content, grain free, high meat content, very few fillers, this is ideal for her.

Written by Christa | 5/13/15

Great food, however I think I mixed it wrong for my cat. She didnt seem to want to eat much of it. Willing to give it another try for her though as I think she would have eaten it if I had mixed it properly

Written by April | 5/5/15

I ordered a few samples of this to try for my very senior cat who has become picky about his food. It was a bit soupy the first time I made it, which he wasn't so keen on. I made it a second time with a little less water, and he ate it up! He's 19 years old with only a few teeth left, so he does better with a softer food. This product fits the bill!

Written by Pamela | 4/16/15

I have purchased this food because I've had trouble finding cat food that had no grain and no chicken. I've been very concerned about the deal the US Government has made with China allowing chicken, grown in the US, to be processed in China (the origin of the bird flu). What's more, the companies using this processed chicken do not have to reveal this information to the consumer.
I also have been concerned about pets poisoned by food processed in China.
So, finding the right food for my cat has been difficult.
Honest Kitchen's Grace is perfect. No chicken and no grains. And my cat loves this food.
All I have to do is pull the food out of the cabinet to begin the preparation and she goes nuts. She jumps up onto the kitchen counter (a no-no in this house) and becomes very vocal.
She's a very active but large cat and keeping her weight in check is not easy. This food seems to fill her up and she doesn't wake us up at 2am begging for an early breakfast.
It's expensive, but considering the fact that I was having so much trouble finding the right food, I think it's worth it.

Written by Zoe | 3/24/15

My kitty loves this food! I was seeing that his stomach was starting to get upset every now and then and wanted to add a wet food on top of his kibble for health reasons. I've had a lot of problems with foods in the past (lost a cat from switching his food) so I'm extremely nervous to change anything now and I spent a lot of time researching and decided to try this. I love the product, not hard to make, and love that it is GMO-free (why shouldn't my cat be GMO-free too?). I plan on continuing to use this product as my kitty can hardly wait long enough for me to make it, plus his tummy seems to be feeling better.

Written by Jan | 3/16/15

I really wish this were a 5 paw review. I was given the turkey sample packet and followed the directions adding pure water, not tap water. The water was warm and I mixed it well but it remained soupy. After waiting 3 minutes as the directions recommended, I put it down on the fabric placemat that I use to place the food dishes on to feed my cat who is 6 years old. She was a feral the first 6 months of her life. Because she has IBD, I've been trying to find a good quality food so I was excited when our local pet store began carrying this. Nutmeg smelled it and immediately walked away even with coaxing and stroking which I briefly usually do whenever I feed her. Nope. She wasn't interested after she smelled it. Later, she returned and tried to bury it with the placemat. :( I was really disappointed. Am not sure why she didn't like it--whether it was the consistency or smell, or what! She certainly didn't taste it. Very disheartening as I had great hopes.

Written by Christina | 2/17/15

My cats seem to like Prowl a little more, but they did eat Grace and enjoyed it. I like that this food is so healthy for my cats.

Written by Bonnie | 2/16/15

Our current platoon of kitties is 5, the only one to turn her pretty little pink nose up at these tasty vittles was the old gal who is almost 17. I'm still hoping to slowly ease her into accepting this, though. As for the other 4, it's clean plates and whisker-lickin' good. Before Honest Kitchen arrived, it was a task getting everyone fed twice a day. Two needed lower minerals for UTIs, and one that could not tolerate any canned food whatsoever. I am happy to report so far that this goes down and stays there :) Thanks, Honest Kitchen for finally allowing me to find nourishment for our pets that I feel good about serving them.

Written by Sharryn | 2/12/15

The second packet of the trial size is when my cat really started to accept this food. I mixed it in with her other wet food a tablespoon at a time and now and She is finally starting to like it. I ended up ordering a full box, which got here just as we finished the sample. I'm really liking this food, and like that my cats eating it now!

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