- Prowl is a complete and balanced dehydrated grain-free cat food made with free-range chicken, vegetables, fruits and love
- It’s AAFCO complete and balanced for adult cats, particularly those with food sensitivities to grains and gluten
- Prowl is made with free-range, sustainably raised chicken
- Just add warm water, wait 5 minutes and serve for a fresh, wholesome and human grade meal
- Includes 4-ounce trial per box
Great idea, but needs more work
But, I think they have some more work to do on the cat food.
The cats were just not interested.
So far, I have tried it three different times. (The box has a generous amount of food.)
I’ve made it thick, thinner and even tried adding it with a packet of their regular food.
As long as this was in their dish, they were on food strike.
I could see this being good for outdoor cats, but our indoor ones totally turned their
backs on it. Their favorite flavor is chicken, and I had hopes they would love it, but
they just don’t.
I have to give a lower star on this one. I even tried to give away the rest, and no one
wanted it. I ended up tossing it out – it was wasted.
Too expensive for a trial size
Why pay eight times the price or more for this trial size when its only one buck at Honest Kitchen?
Didn’t quite pass the taste test
I started the quest for new cat food whenever Wellness announced the change in the formulation of the Wellness Core Dry Food. I was very happy with the ingredients and the manufacturing methods for the Prowl (it’s made in a human grade processing facility), but my cat just didn’t seem to like the taste.
Preparation was simple, add warm water to rehydrate, wait one minute and serve.
GREAT FOOD! Cats just take longer to adjust than dogs
When you get your cat off the flavor enhancers they will eat this. Just give it time and put out a little of this food every day. Maybe even drizzle this on the kibble! Experiment and eventually your cat can eat healthy! Most cats won’t even touch real chicken or fish because they are so addicted to the kibble. It is a fact that dry kibble dehydrates your cat. Cats on dry kibble eventually have problems with kidney disease, so soft wet food is always best (albeit, not always the easiest to get your cat to munch!)
Try sprinkling parmesan cheese or fortiflora on top. Many cats take time to transition to a raw diet because it’s not as stinky as commercially made food. Sort of like how children prefer sugar cereal to something healthy like oatmeal. With time and patience any cat can be won over.
About the taurine content….
If you go to the honest kitchen website, you can take a look at the nutritional values. This product does contain an adequate amount of taurine.