I own a Bengal cat with inflammatory bowl disease or possible lymphoma and needed a high quality protein other than chicken and fish for her to eat. She is really selective and finding anything for her to eat has been a challenge but she does like that this product. I mix it with half a 1.5 oz. of Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Gastrointestinal Moderate Calorie canned food for now and she eats it all! I will continue to try other products but wish they would ship the truly raw food to Texas. I rated 4 stars because the price is rather high. I wish O'Paws Purr 9-Pack were less expensive.
Food your cat asks for by name!
Now in a conveinient 9-Pack, perfect for travel and on-the-go!
- Exceeds AAFCO feline nutritional standards as a complete meal for all life stages.
- Essential Taurine is naturally present from fresh ground chicken and turkey, plus an extra boost of additional Taurine.
- Natural calcium derived from fresh ground chicken bones.
- Proteinated minerals for safest delivery and most bioavailability of nutrients.
- Vitamin C supports a strong immune system.
- No unneccessary preservatives, additives, or flavorings.
Feeding Guidelines: Can be fed dry (with water available) or rehydrated with water. One (1) disk equals a meal for most cats. *Please call or email us for additional questions.*
Ingredients: chicken breast meat, chicken necks, turkey heats, turkey gizzards, turkey liver, colostrum, dicalcium phosphate, potassium chloride, chloline choride, salt, taurine, iron proteinate, zinc proteinate, vitamine E, selenium yeast, niacin, vitamin C, manganese proteinate, copper proteinate, thiamine mononitrate, d-calcium panothenate, riboflavin, vitamin A, pyridoxine hydrochloride, biotin, vitamin B12, vitamin D3, folic acid, calcium iodate.
No refregeriation necessary. Product is freeze-dried.
Available by the individual 9-Pack or case (12 individual 9-Packs).
Thank you! loved it!
Great packaging, fast delivery! My diabetic cat is in love with Oma.
I have a 15 year old Tibetan Spaniel, a pup I bred that has returned to me (her elderly owner could no longer care for her). She arrived a year ago, eating ok and maintaining weight, but vomiting far too frequently, slow moving, and of course depressed and confused by the loss of her owner. Tests revealing nothing to explain her digestive issues. I started feeding her Purr and nothing else. The vomiting ceased the day she started eating it and has not returned. She now eats a variety of raw foods, but I still feed Purr as 50% of her diet. She is bouncy, healthy, happy, and thriving. I had been feeding my cats Purr as an occasional addition to their main diet of a variety of frozen whole critters. It is without doubt the best dry cat (or dog) food I've found.
I normally feed my cats the Oma's Purr raw diet. They absolutely devour it! I thought I'd try the freeze dried just for the convenience. One of the cats is picky but they both love this stuff too! I just crumble it up in their feeding bowl and add a little water to rehydrate it. I use it when I forget to get the raw Purr out of the freezer in time for their dinner. Awesome stuff!!