What is the opinion of Reddit about the
Taste of the Wild Rocky Mountain Grain-Free Recipe with Venison and Salmon Dry Cat Food, Made with High Protein from Real Venison and Salmon, Superfoods and Guaranteed Nutrients Like Probiotics 14lb?

A total of 4 reviews of this product on Reddit.

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19th Oct 2021

When there were more I used Friskies. It was economical & they liked it. There’s only one left so she gets Fancy Feast. Good dry food is really important. I noticed it never paid to feed cheaper foods. I always looked for a food that filled them up properly. Cheaper foods never did the trick! I feed Taste of the Wild, Rocky Mountain flavor. and it works out really well. Palatable & they eat less but stay full.

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16th Jul 2021

So to feed all of them with the same food should be all life stages. I feed my boys Taste of the Wild and buy it off of Amazon. Taste of the Wild Dry Cat Food With Real Roasted And Smoked Meat, Fish Or Fowl https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07KNF5SPY/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_TZECT76QJZR8YVRNBYYP. This is considered a high quality food and absolutely as a result my cats poops are fewer and don’t peel the paint off my walls! I have this delivered so I never run out and as you can see you get 14 pounds for a very fair price.

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23rd Sep 2020

Taste of the WILD… I had to deal with this just recently as I have two kittens (almost 6 months old) and a senior kitty. I leave their food out for them so they always have it. Taste of the Wild Grain Free High Protein Real Meat Recipe Rocky Mountain Premium Dry Cat Food https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07KNF5SPY/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_fab_Fg3AFbNA7N117
I asked the vet and she said this is a great food for all life stages. It’s specially formulated for all kitties. She also said that when they’re kittens they should eat as much as they want so they can get all the calories they need to grow healthy bones and muscles.

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9th Jun 2021

My cousin knows a lot about this – does a lot of research. He free feeds dry and uses Taste of the Wild with Venison and Salmon. All their wet food is raw. They are obligate carnivores and unlike other mammals they have a very short digestive tract as they were created to eat meat. Research shows they are designed for 4 – 6 protein sources per day, so he switches their diet between raw chicken, turkey, beef, egg yolks, venison, tuna, salmon, and other fish. They are outdoor mousers so supplement with those, lizards, birds, etc. If they get too few sources of protein they can have a raised immune intolerance making it hard to rotate to a new food source. The more variety in their food program, the healthier and more flexible they are both immunologically and behavior wise.

He also feeds his a little raw liver with every meal, but it’s only supposed to be 1/5 of their intake. You can switch between beef and chicken livers as well as gizzards and hearts. Organ meat is high in taurine, which is an essential protein for cats as they cannot produce their own. You’ll see it added to cat food. Kitten food in particular has even higher levels of taurine and protein while they’re growing, and they should be on a good kitten food to supplement for at least a year.

I’ve heard it said that when you transition to new food it helps to skip a meal or two or three so they’re more hungry than picky. Also their digestive tract can’t support the digestive bacteria or process to break down vegetable cellulose, which A LOT of cat foods use as fillers or to satisfy us humans that they’re getting a “balanced diet”, so stay away from those dry cat foods! Also always go grain free with all food. If you do use some canned wet food to supplement which provides hydration among other things, use only once or twice a day or as a treat only. These are only suggestions I’ve gleaned from him – you should always check with your vet who has checked your fur baby!!

Here’s the dry food he uses:

Taste of the Wild Dry Cat Food With Real Roasted And Smoked Meat, Fish Or Fowl https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07KNF5SPY/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_Q7ZER39R46TJSJG5E8JX