Prowl Cat Food

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Ideal for adult cats of all breeds and sizes
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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 sold in 2 lb and 4 lb boxes which make 6 and 12 lbs of fresh food!

Calories Per Dry Cup: 576
Protein 39.00%
Fat 29.5%
Carbohydrates 19.02%
Life Stage Highly Active
Less Active / Senior
Recipe Highlights Higher Calories
High Protein
Grain Free
Gluten Free

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.

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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!

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Written by aaron | 11/20/14

Well my cat Damion is 20 years old and about 3 months ago I started adding Prowl cat food to his diet. He has put on a healthy amount of weight and is more energetic than ever. He waits for me to get home from work and meows at me til I feed him. Great product!

Written by Cassie | 11/12/14

My kitty loved it! We first received a free sample from a friend, and ever since, Ella's been HOOKED!

Written by Amanda | 11/10/14

We began with the turkey version, but switched to the chicken to save a little bit of money. Our guy LOVES it! He meows for it every morning and throughout the day. He prefers it heated up in the microwave for about 15-20 seconds in the winter. He's picky. Haha! It has helped him lose weight and has cleared up all of his skin conditions!

Written by Diann | 11/3/14

my new cat LOVES Prowl. She had been getting some soft food along with dry food at the shelter,. When I brought her home, for the first feeding, I tried a small dish of Prowl, which she ignored. After setting the opened, box on the counter, I left the rom, and returned to find the box on the floor, the cat licking up the spilled DRIED food. I offered the re-hydrated food again, and she dug right in!..Now she gets it at least once a day, adding this tasty dish to her dried food routine. She i s thriving! I was forced to place the unused food in a secure sealable plastic container to prevent after meal -time raids!

Written by Erin | 10/26/14

This is all my cat can eat. He suffers from chronic ear infections of unknown cause. Thanks to prowl, He has been ear infection free for over a year now!

Written by Shelisa | 10/20/14

Cat was not very happy with her food. On the bright side, dog went for it!

Written by Emmy | 10/18/14

My cats LOVE this food! They can't wait for their meal, and they eat it up right away. I add extra water so it is more soupy than pate-like, which is really great for them. The vet said their weights are perfect since starting this food, and their teeth and coats look really healthy as well. I feel like they have more energy since I started feeding them Prowl. Even though it is a bit more expensive than dry food, and sometimes a hassle to mix, it is SO so so worth it. What we give our pets makes a difference, and this stuff is the best. Try it out!

Written by Jesse | 10/14/14

My cat has been through the ringer: kibble; wet food; freeze-dried; and raw. I had been trying to find a reasonable supplement for raw because I really enjoyed the benefits of such a diet, but was way too out of my price range. Thankfully, I found Honest Kitchen! My cat immediately picked up the diet only after a few days and I haven't looked back! His coat has more sheen, he sheds quite less, he's dropped the extra weight gained by the kibble's fillers, and his attitude has improved! I couldn't ask for a better product! I personally recommend the PROWL because it seems to be more satisfying for my kitty.

Written by Katherine | 10/12/14

Our cats were constantly getting urinary blockages before we switched to this food. It allows you to add lots of water so they get hydrated even if they're not big fans of drinking from their bowls. And happily for us humans, it doesn't smell bad at all!

Written by Bonnie | 10/5/14

My cat is a finicky eater, but enjoys his new Prowl at night time, to replace one of his canned meals. This is the only change in his routine. Problem is I spent a couple of years working with him to get over dehydration and constipation with dry food. I add enough water to the Prowl that it is the consistency of tomato soup or wetter, yet his constipation is back. I have been giving him pumpkin and he gets regular anti-fur ball paste. I am surprised this has happened given the ingredient list. Anyone else have this problem? I may need to abandon the HK food and go back to his high quality canned with extra water.

Written by Carolyn | 9/18/14

It was a small battle to get my two cats to eat Prowl. The first few times I offered about a teaspoon at a time and they avoided it like the plague. But I started tossing their kibble in Prowl so they'd slowly get used to the flavor. Then I would increase the amount of Prowl as I decreased the kibble and now they'll both eat the Prowl all by itself! The only issue we're still having is deciding the amount they need in a day. I hate to have leftover wasted food because it's not cheap, but I hate it more when they wake me up at 2am because they bowls are empty! I'm glad my girls have adapted... it definitely took patience and persistence though!

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