Sarah Kate, Molly Doodlebug, and Mr. Midnight
I’ve always been a cat lover, and when I moved from urban California to rural Missouri 19 years ago, I brought four cats along with me. Then the remote farm I bought came with seven resident felines. Did I mention they were semi-feral?
By the time I was able to get everyone—including a couple more tomcats who showed up and decided to stay—spayed and neutered, the cat count was up to, well, a really high number.
Our current farm cat count is now a much more manageable six (Molly Doodlebug, Mr. Midnight, Sarah Kit Kat Kate, Jasper, George, and Skittles), but we still spend a lot of time in the cat food aisle. So when my publishing network, BlogHer, asked if my cats were interested in testing out some SHEBA® premium wet cat food as part of an upcoming ad campaign (that helps me and over 3,000 other mostly women bloggers bring you all of our content for free), we looked into the product and said yes.
What did we discover? Some good stuff, like:
More below. . .
— All SHEBA® recipes are formulated without grains, corn, gluten, or fillers, and have no artificial flavors or preservatives.
—All SHEBA® Patés are made with real beef, poultry, or seafood as the first ingredient.
— All SHEBA® seafood entrees are made with responsibly sourced seafood and fish that follow the Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch® recommendations.
I think it's great that a major company is making an effort to create more responsibly-sourced pet food. And at about fifty cents a can, Sheba® entrées cost the same as other supermarket premium wet cat foods.
Of course what matters the most is whether or not your cat likes the food you buy them. We tried the Turkey Paté, Chicken Paté, Salmon and Shrimp Paté, and the Tuna Cuts, and our cats gave SHEBA® entrées six paws up.
Three pound, eighteen-year-old Molly Doodlebug, who can barely eat because she's been battling mouth cancer for the last five years, went crazy for it. Your cat is guaranteed to love SHEBA® food for cats, or you'll get your money back.
What do you look for in your pet’s food? Let us know in the comments!
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