Tuesday, November 22, 2016
Feline Thanksgiving Dinner
Rusty: Hey, what is this?
Percy: It's the Merrick Grain Free Thanksgiving Day Dinner we're going to review today.
Cyndi: I think Jan is hoping we don't like it.
Cyndi: Evidently the cans are hard to open. They're pop top but the top doesn't pop easily.
Taylor: Do you suppose it's because she's old?
Cyndi: She claims it's because the cans don't want to part with the contents.
Rusty: That's possible. This Thanksgiving Dinner is good. I wouldn't want to part with it either.
Percy: You do know cans don't get attached to their content, don't you?
Micah: Did anyone check out what's in it?
Rusty: Yes, I did. It has deboned turkey, turkey broth, deboned duck, chicken liver, peas, dried egg product, natural flavor, dried potato, sweet potato, carrots, cranberries, organic alfalfa - A complete list of vitamins and minor ingredients can be found on Chewy's Merrick Purrfect Bistro Grain-Free Thanksgiving Day Dinner Minced in Gravy Canned Cat Food page.
According to Chewy, the key benefits are -
Added vitamins and minerals.
No artificial colors, flavors or preservatives.
Great for all life stages.
Both the 3 oz cans and the 5.5 oz cans are on sale at Chewy's now.
Taylor: Why does it have vegetables in it? Are we vegetarians?
Cyndi: I'm not! Humans are always telling children to eat their vegetables. Maybe they think we're kids.
Percy: This tastes pretty good. Just don't tell Jan we're all eating our vegetables.
Micah: Yeah, she'll freak out.
Percy: There are lots of little chunks in gravy. Jan doesn't mind us eating this gravy because it just has a little gravy, not gravy as half the can contents. Do we have any of this Merrick Purrfect Bistro Grain-Free Thanksgiving Day Dinner Minced in Gravy Canned Cat Food left for Thanksgiving day?
Rusty: Yes, Jan said she is saving some for us so we can have a turkey dinner too.
Cyndi: Let's ask Jan for seconds on Thursday so she can have extra fun popping the stubborn tops.
The product we tasted was provided by Chewy, but we were not paid for our review. Chewy is not responsible for the content.