October 18, 2012
I have a 14 1/2 year old cat with grain allergies. So no rice, corn, barley, oats, wheat. Which is what the main ingredients of most commercial pet foods. Because of his limited diet, I was happy to find Prowl. By no means is he a fussy cat. Tucker will eat almost whatever you put in front of him. He is used to eating vegetables. He loves cooked asparagus, peas, grean beans, sweet potatoes and butternut squash. When we have vegetables we offer them to him too. I had taken him to the veterinarian in July. In two years, he lost almost 2 1/2 pounds. On a 13 pound cat, that is a lot. He is generally a long and lean cat, but he was very boney (we could see every bone in his back and his pelvic bones were sticking out).
In August, I was at a pet store and was looking for something different that I could give him to eat. The lady that sold me the Prowl said that if Tucker did not like it to bring it back and they would give me a refund. Well, he absolutely loves it. Tucker has gained most of the two pounds that he lost, back. Thank you ever so much for Prowl. What a great cat food