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Prowl Cat Food

Ideal for adult cats of all breeds and sizes

39% protein

30% fat

576 calories per cup

New packaging! Same great recipe!

Prowl™ is an all natural cat food 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.

It’s our original cat food recipe, and some of our very first customers still think it’s one of the best cat foods available! Prowl is a high-moisture dehydrated cat food, which can be used in place of homemade or canned cat food diets.

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Written by kim | 8/31/14

I would live to get my cats to eat a raw diet as my dogs do, but they will have no part of it. I have 2 Persian and 1 Siamese all are very fussy eaters. The only wet food they will eat is the honest kitchen, They also eat origin kibble which they will not give up. believe me I have tried. Also even though my bulldogs eat raw I do keep some thrive on hand for travelling and those times when we forget to defrost.
Overall I really like your product, but would like to see you get rid of the white potato in the cat formula.

Written by Stephen | 8/22/14

So, we have four cats and two dogs. I had read a post on an online forum that highly recommended The Honest Kitchen, so I placed an order for the 2 lb. box of Prowl for our cats and the 2 lb. box of Thrive for our dogs. I followed the directions on the box and served the cats first. Expecting they would scarf down the healthy servings I lovingly prepared for them, all four cats walked away from their bowls. I can't tell you how disappointed I was in their reactions. The food sat there the remainder of the day and by then it did not look very appetizing, so I threw it out. Not admitting defeat, the next day I served them again. One of the cats actually ate some of the food, but the other cats exhibited the same reactions as the day before. Again, the food sat there all day.

Now for the dogs. One of our dogs will eat almost anything, so it came as no surprise that she ate every bit of the Thrive. The other dog gave it a sniff and walked away. Even though she's very protective of her food and she will growl when the other dog gets within two feet of her bowl, it didn't bother her when the other dog started munching out on her portion of the food.

So, I'm giving the product one paw at this time because only one of our six pets ate the food. I'm not willing to give up and I will certainly try again. But, knowing my pets, I don't hold out much hope that they will change their minds. Overall, I am extremely disappointed in the product.

Written by Kaylie | 7/4/14

my two year old cat izzie has no medical issues and will just about eat anything.i feed both of my cavaliers the embark food and she would always beg after finishing her kibble as though to say, "why can't i have some?" so i went out and purchased prowl and she Loves it! great food, she's very healthy and happy, and everyone gets their own honest kitchen meals :)

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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.

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how much to feed each day

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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