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Reviewing Instinct Raw Frozen Diet for Dogs and Cats? — 4 Comments

  1. This is exactly the kind of thing I have been wanting for ages! I think its got to be worth the extra money. I’d be glad to test it on my cat and kittens. But regardless I am glad you pointed it out since I am going to see if I can get it sent to me here in Switz. I know alot of things on Amazon can’t be gotten here for various reasons – not being EU I guess is one for sure. But I think food is ok – I will go and check. Thanks for pointing it out. If you want a tester and 25 lines based on 3 cats I can do it no problem.

  2. Might be better to have Dorothy have a go at this one with her cat Marvin as the tester. If it comes in medallions that Monty has to rip apart with his teeth he won’t eat it and your money will have been wasted. I tried the raw food on him, since Elisa recommended it, leaving the meat on the bones so he could rip it off the bones and get his teeth cleaned in doing so. Monty’s such a little glutton that I was sure he would relish the treat. He licked it, looked at me and walked away. Monty’s food comes to him in shredded up or at least in bite size pieces. That’s what he’s used to. My husband says he is lazy. Probably true, but he can afford to be lazy.
    The other day my husband said, “Monty wants to come in the basement with you, open the door.” I said, “It’s open, he just has to pull it with his paw.” Jeff said, “He’s not doing it, he’s just sitting there meowing for you to open it.” I know for a fact he opens the basement door by himself other times, when I am not there. So long as I am there, he can be lazy. He will never eat this raw food if it’s not all cut up in tiny pieces, he will just stare at me waiting for me to chop it up for him. No, thank you! I’ll bet Marvin knows what to do with raw food and will love the treat.

    • OK – got the message! Charlie is a bit like Monty. By the way I think locking the cat flap (door) and keeping out a couple of strays is helping his OCD. He still over grooms but he is not licking his coat down to the skin and worse. Fingers crossed he progresses.

  3. If Ruth doesn’t give it a go, I think Marvin would be an excellent tester. I am feeding him Weruva canned food right now. The cost is $1.20 a tin of 3 ounces, or $.40 an ounce. The problem with products like fancy feast is the animal bi-products, wheat gluten and artificial flavors. I’ve tried many expensive brands that tout “human grade” formula that the cats won’t touch. Not one bite. I’m not sure how Weruva does it, or what they put in it that makes it so irresistible to all the cats except Bigfoot who will only eat dry food.

    http://weruva.com/tid-bits-detail.php?What-makes-Weruva-different-than-other-pet-food-10

    dw

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