Earthborn Holistic Chicken Catcciatori canned Chicken Dinner in Gravy is an excellent source of high quality protein. This grain-free dinner consists of chicken, and lots of it, providing a delicious, highly digestible diet. This recipe also includes wholesome potatoes as an exceptional source of vitamins, minerals and beta-carotene which help maintain your cat’s immune system. Boneless, skinless white meat chicken in a savory gravy will be sure to please your finicky cat. Chicken Catcciatori is 100-Percent guaranteed for taste and nutrition. Chicken Catcciatori is produced in a human grade facility using many of the same ingredients and processes that are used in ‘people food’.
- Filled with wholesome antioxidant nutrient-rich natural vegetables and fruits
- Rich in Omega-3 fatty acids
- Specifically formulated and correctly balanced
- Excellent source of high quality protein
- Help your cat stay in top condition
This is shredded and looks (and smells) exactly like human food, with a little gravy mixed in. My Maine Coon recently started losing her hair, we assumed she developed a food allergy to the dry Iams she’d been eating most her life. Switched her over to some grain-free Blue Buffalo dry and her fur came back. She didn’t care for any of the Blue Buffalo canned foods, so on a whim I picked up a few cans of this Earthborn at the local pet store. She loves it, so I give her 1/2 canned and the other 1/2 of her daily food ration of the Blue Buffalo. This is one of the very few canned foods she can keep down with her sensitive tummy.
Edited August 26: I’m torn about this chicken not being from the USA. When I first purchased this food, the rep from Earthborn told me all the food was made in Evansville, IN. Yesterday I went to buy more, there was a Catcciatori Chicken box turned upside down in the store and it said Made in Thailand. My first thought was the BOX was made in Thailand, but I picked up a can and even though it said “Distributed by….Evansville, IN” on the can, also printed sideways in TINY lettering I had NEVER noticed before was “made in Thailand”. I contacted Earthborn about this on their Facebook page and basically got the runaround as to why they can’t use USA-grown chickens.
CarlotaPeach Springs, AZ