So I ran out of thawed out raw food the other day. One major down side to raw feeding is feeding on short notice. I can (and have) bought chicken or steak for them to eat for a meal. It isn't balanced but an occasional meal isn't going to do them harm.
But while I was out picking up raw, I saw a few packages of Stella & Chewy's freeze dried food. I like to try new foods for The Crew to help balance out their over all nutritional profile. I have tried dehydrated food before from Honest Kitchen and it got a unanimous paws down from every one who tried it. Since I am always looking for options to keep at the house I thought I would give it a shot. Individual servings were $1.89. A larger bag brought the per serving price down a bit but not dramatically.
|fresh out of the package|
|Stir up and wait 60 seconds|
|About to be fed |
The chicken had a different consistency from the turkey
|Fleurp is not waiting|
|nom nom nom nom|
Kind of expensive at $2 a meal.. if I had one or two or even three cats I might keep these on hand for treats or emergency.. but at $28 a day... this just isn't going to work for us.. Sorry guys..
(for what it is worth, I didn't get the product for free, no one asked me to do this, this one was all on my own.. )