So after Blog Paws, Nature’s Variety contacted us about doing a review of their raw food. Because it’s freeze-dried (which means Chey will eat it) and raw (which means Mom will like it) she decided we’d try it.
So imagine how blown away we were when we got this big old bag of kibble, a container of raw boost to put over other food, and some of their fantastic treats. Okay, you know the reason I’m up here is because there are treats being sprinkled all over the place. Yes, it is the raw treats from Nature’s Variety. We got the chicken flavor because that’s our favorite flavor.
Chey ate some too. Which is really amazing because Chey doesn’t eat anything that’s not in her dish (and the treat wasn’t it) and isn’t a fishy flake. So Mom was really impressed (and thrilled with that). Chey and I also ate the dry kibble. We like it, but we like dry food in general. Gemini’s little tummy still isn’t one hundred percent and we’ll be contacting the vet again, so she was not allowed to have the kibble. Also, this means that Mom couldn’t just do a free feeding to see how much of this would keep us happy along with our canned food allowance.
She does say it’s good. She is a huge proponent of raw food but none of us will eat the frozen stuff, so this seems like a really good compromise. We highly recommend that if your humans are trying to get you to go that route (and it’s a good one), if you’re thinking you don’t like that real food stuff (it’s sort of an acquired taste–junk is so much tastier you know!), they might want to try this. It’s not cheap, but the premium foods never are. We’ll definitely spend our money on the treats at least and possibly the kibble as well (Gemini’s tummy permitting).
We received the free products pictured to do this review. The review itself is ours (can you see how much I like it in the photo?). We got no other financial compensation from our review. Wow. This stuff is a lot of work. I need a cat treat.