REVIEW: Nutricat

I have been invited to join the latest BzzAgent campaign, to try Nutricat: ‘Vetinarian approved advanced feline nutrition’. This means they send me a pack with some of the product to try and then ask that I share my opinions with my friends.

Not being a cat, I have declined to sample the Nutricat Adult Chicken flavour myself and let the kitties try it instead. It seemed like the right thing to do. In true showbiz style, we decided between us that the best thing to do was to have a taste test, Nutricat vs their normal tinned food with biscuits:

In my ‘scientifically’ executed experiment the result was as follows:
My cats like Nutricat and they like their regular food. They mainly like eating food.
Freaky Nutricat Mecha-Cats Source: Nutricat.com

So, Nutricat is cat food and they will definitely eat it. Over that, the literature tells me that there are lots of different options available for your cat’s stage in life (kitten, adult, sensitive, mature etc.) and it is free from artificial colours, flavours and preservatives. It is also now available at Tesco, not just speciality pet stores. In fact, if you want to get some money off at Tesco on Nutricat, just type in the voucher code GRPFNC at the online checkout! I think it’ll get you a pound off… No idea when it’s valid to I’m afraid, but the campaign is open for a month so that would make sense.

Time will tell if my cats get a glossy coat, more energy, generally feel better or sprout wings after eating this food. But they do eat the food, so that suggests it tastes nice. Which, vetenarian-recommendations and omega-3 and 6 content aside, is good enough for me. Purrr.


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