Oh my gravy! Weruva BFF OMG! ‘People Food for Cats”
Picky feline eaters can now rejoice!
Weruva cat food? Yes, it’s THAT GOOD!!! (Just ask Odilia, Gracie, BoBo, Grayer, Katie and Krusher)
With International Cat Day celebrated earlier this month (August 8), and Happy Healthy Cat Month in September, now is the perfect time to address the ‘cat in the room’- as well as, your feline friend’s diet.
I’ll be the first to admit my own cats’ diets aren’t purr’fect. We have six feline mouths to feed and every one is their own ‘cat’.
Our biggest concern has always been Odilia, our little blind feline beast. She’s small but mighty. So is her mouth. We’ve always fed her wet food twice a day. We were never sure if her little mouth would develop enough to allow her to eat dry kibble but she has shown us she has no problems pounding a bit of kibble along with a few cat treats.
Our feeding ritual as always been to split a can of wet food among all six cats two times a day – it’s possible when you do it like we do!
Odilia gets the majority of the wet food. Gracie gets a tablespoon to satisfy her craving, I then add a bit of water and stir the gravy so Bo gets some juice from the gravy (he leaves the food behind), Grayer occasionally wants to lick some of the gravy, Krusher gets the remaining food and Katie, like Bo, only wants some juice from the gravy. Once Odilia is done with her plate, Gracie or Bo move in for the final kill and lick the plate clean.
That is IF they like the ‘flavor’ of wet cat food of the day. That’s the whole other issue. They change their likes from week to week so we never know if a particular flavor is going to fly.
Thanks to Weruva, I realized my feline pack was just experiencing one of the three most common cat concerns: PICKY EATING, weight gain (Gracey), and urinary tract issues (which we haven’t had to deal with yet, but I always dread the day).
I learned about the Big 3 by partnering with Weruva [http://www.weruva.com/]-a luxurious, natural pet food dubbed “people food for cats” which is launching a full line of gluten, grain, and carrageenan-free cat food in honor of International Cat Day. It’s called B.F.F. OMG! (that stands for Best Feline Friend, Oh My Gravy), and it’s all about preventing these Big 3 Cat Concerns.
If your cat has any of these, you might want to consider changing their diet:
>> Is your cat picky? Picky eating is usually a problem with texture, since cats are carnivores whose tongues and teeth are perfectly evolved for meat-eating. It’s easy to see why a cat might dislike something without real shreds of meat-would you eat a steak with the texture of tapioca? Weruva’s food features these shreds of real meat right off the bone, which is why my cat took to it like a duck to water (or a cat to gravy)!
>> Got a fat cat? (Like Gracey) The problem is in the kibble. It’s filled with unnecessary carbs, which are almost impossible for cats to process (they don’t produce amylase, an enzyme which helps humans digest their food). Weruva’s B.F.F. OMG! has no kibble to worry about because it’s 100% real meats in their true form.
>> UT-why? Urinary tract issues often stem from dehydration-even if you’re giving your cat plenty of water. In the wild, cats stay hydrated through the food they eat instead of what they drink. Cats are used to ‘eating’ their water-but most wet foods don’t have nearly enough hydration to keep them satisfied. All of the products in Weruva’s B.F.F. OMG! line are over 85% hydration, which satisfies my cat’s hydration needs.
When I got home and opened the sample box from Weruva, the cats flocked to the box (they love boxes) but this one was filled with pure cat goodness.
The true test was when I opened the first can of what turned out to be “Chicken and Pumpkin” (I wasn’t sure it was going to fly among my picky bunch) but I had to fight both Odilia and Gracey off trying to get a serving before they attempted to just eat from the can! They all devoured the Weruva, even Odilia who licked her plate clean. She left not a scrap for Gracie.
Even Katie and Krusher, our finicky senior duo gave their paws up and ate almost every bite of their Weruva!
What a success story, Weruva, Truly! Six satisfied cats is almost anomaly in our house.
I’ve met the Weruva staff and have learned about their products. This was my first time trying them out on my entire crew.
I love Weruva because they are considered ‘people food for pets.’ The new line of B.F.F. OMG! cans and pouches feature land proteins like boneless and skinless white chicken breast, salmon, beef, duck, lamb and more. All recipes are grain, gluten, and carrageenan free. And if you are a BPA-free home, check out the pouches because they are are BPA-free. Best of all, my crew loves it!
Health isn’t just for humans, and I’m glad I took the time to learn how to feed my BFF properly. Even better, in the process, I found Odilia’s new favorite food. She especially likes Weruva’s Chicken and Pumpkin flavor, which you can read about at http://www.weruva.com/. You can also explore the whole B.F.F. OMG! lineup there, and find a flavor your cat will ‘paw’sitively adore, at Chewy.com
Has your cat experienced one of the Big 3 Cat Concerns? Share your experience in the comments.
Hey, and thanks Weruva. You’ve made one human mama and six felines very happy!
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