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Rating: 4

Fine Food

posted 5 years ago

My cat likes the dry kibbles but is not crazy about the canned formula. Does not irritate her allergies.

Pros: Quality Food

Cons: None

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Rating: 5

Yummy for tumyy

posted 5 years ago

One of my cats has issues with his stomach, this food is easy for him to digest and he loves it.

Pros: ease of dry food

Cons: none

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