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12-Ct 2.8oz Rachael Ray Nutrish Grain-Free Wet Cat Food (Chicken Variety Pack)

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So your defense is each one you open squish in hand to see if small bones or sift through it for ages. You people are so common defend evil bs to trick dumb people to go yeah that dumb wrong logic is right.
You better be getting paid to defend this working as PR firm or thats even more sad. Bet you be ok buying tuna in a can with glass you just try to pick it out. I hope you do not have a pet if you do so sad for the abused pet.
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Foods rated "below average" by catfooddb.com [catfooddb.com] with a 5 out of 10
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The FDA recently named a list of dog foods which lead to heart problems - Rachel ray's was on it so I'd steer away from the cat food too. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www....cna1025466
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People have found fish bones in this. I would avoid.
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I can't speak to the wet cat food, but my dog developed serious liver issues while eating the wet dog food regularly as a topper to this dry kibbles. the vets tried several things to stabilize my dog's liver values, including antibiotics, but ultimately the only thing that worked was cutting the nutrish wet dog food completely out of his diet. i can't definitely say what about this brand of food caused his liver issues, but I'd still recommend avoiding.
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Foods rated "below average" by catfooddb.com [catfooddb.com] with a 5 out of 10
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Anything from RR 👎👎
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I do not understand the system catfioddb uses to rate foods at all. They rate this product only one star more than canned Friskies which is obviously garbage if you read the ingredients. I picked this food up at about this price at a local discount store. It's mostly meat & vitamins & didn't have any super weird ingredients (food coloring, grains or legumes). It has guar gum & carageenan but most canned food has a stabilizer. My cat likes it. She seems fine, but she's young. I feel like it's better than the grain free Fancy Feast that I usually feed at about this same price point.
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out of most of the wet foods that I've tried, these are the only ones that made my cats vomit.
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The FDA recently named a list of dog foods which lead to heart problems - Rachel ray's was on it so I'd steer away from the cat food too. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www....cna1025466
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out of most of the wet foods that I've tried, these are the only ones that made my cats vomit.
Oh my gosh! My cats vomited on this food too! They've never thrown up from any other food. It was strange.
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Scoop them out then...smh
So your defense is each one you open squish in hand to see if small bones or sift through it for ages. You people are so common defend evil bs to trick dumb people to go yeah that dumb wrong logic is right.
You better be getting paid to defend this working as PR firm or thats even more sad. Bet you be ok buying tuna in a can with glass you just try to pick it out. I hope you do not have a pet if you do so sad for the abused pet.
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Why does the ingredients have so many "gums" in it? Having one gum is already an alert to maybe avoid but it has three types of gums.

Guar gum
Xanthum gum
Cassia gum

It also has the very controversial Carrageenan. Cellulose are in it as well which is believed to cause inflammations in cats and dogs, you know since Cellulose being sawdust and all.
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I do not understand the system catfioddb uses to rate foods at all. They rate this product only one star more than canned Friskies which is obviously garbage if you read the ingredients. I picked this food up at about this price at a local discount store. It's mostly meat & vitamins & didn't have any super weird ingredients (food coloring, grains or legumes). It has guar gum & carageenan but most canned food has a stabilizer. My cat likes it. She seems fine, but she's young. I feel like it's better than the grain free Fancy Feast that I usually feed at about this same price point.
See that's the thing, most food has one or two things(can't recommend more than two) to help the food stay in its form. This thing has like 5+ which makes you wonder WHY does it need that much of it. For every "stabilizer" a cat food has, it makes it harder for their system to digest properly. That takes its toll slowly but surely. The more added ingredient to make the food seem more enticing, the faster it all adds up.
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