Thursday, March 30, 2017

My Rotten Cats - Instinct Raw Boost Mixers #ChewyInfluencer

I admit it, my cats don't eat a full raw diet.

I feed them high quality kibble and canned (which probably costs more than a raw diet.) They will eat some raw, but it is rare, and they have to be in the mood for it.

Like dogs, cats can benefit from some form of raw, and a variety of proteins in their diet. To me it seems easier to offer dogs "exotic" proteins, whether in the form of raw, kibble, or canned.

Our friends at Chewy.com sent the girls some Instinct Raw Boost Mixers to try out, in their rabbit formula.



To me, this accomplished two things - it offers the girls a form of raw, and provides them with an "exotic" protein.

These contain rabbit, pork liver, pork heart, and a variety of produce, and are designed to "mirror your cat's ideal ancestral diet."

They are freeze-dried nuggets of goodness. At first I thought they would be too big for my cats' mouths, but Juice and Noelle have had no problems chomping them down.


They are meant to be fed in addition to your cat's normal diet, but I do offer these stand alone on occasion. TIP - add warm water to them to ensure your cat stays adequately hydrated. (I know I am always pushing hydration in cats.)


My girls are definitely enjoying them. These are dual purpose in my house, as they also make wonderful training treats for the dogs!

Instinct RawBoost Mixers are a convenient way to add some raw to you kitty's diet.

I was provided with complimentary product. All opinions are my own.

4 comments:

  1. OMD, I LOVES THESE!!!! Ma uses them as trainin' treats cause they only have like 2 calories each or less! You are some lucky kittehs fursure!!!
    Kisses,
    Ruby ♥

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  2. Oh, I wonder if Samantha would like these? I'm always trying to expand her horizons, but it's difficult when she's so fussy.
    Jan, Wag 'n Woof Pets

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  3. I don't have any kitties, but good to know that you used them for training treats for your pups!

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