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My cat is usually fussy about me changing his food but I thought this was healthier from what I had read about the ingredients. I filled his bowl and he started eating like it was the best thing he ever tasted. I was amazed! He had no tummy issues since then. I’m very satisfied.
This dry food is grain-free and contains meat or fish as its first ingredient. It doesn't load up on fillers so my cats are receiving a good source of protein as well as other needed nutrients and supplements, e.g. taurine. The cats like it and I can buy it in the supermarket rather than having to visit a pet food store.
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All the other brands you listed made my cat eventually sick! So out of desperation I tried Rachel Ray's and my cat loved it, and didn't have any more problems getting sick. To this day I don't know why, but happy my cat is thriving!
I have been feeding my cat Rachael Ray indoor cat food for two or more years. My cat likes it. She lets me know when the dish is empty and to refill it. I chose this cat food because I was having trouble with my cats stomach. But now that she is eating this cat food everything seems to be just fine.
My cat is VERY picky! When I first gave her the Nutrish she started eating dry food again. She had diabetes and I have to keep her weight up and she does not like most of the dry ones. It keeps her caloric intake up with healthy food that she will eat!!!
I have purchase product for many years. Recently, the product had mold. The company was contacted and informed about the problem. Coupons were offered and a Fedex label to return the product for examination. Twelve days later no response was received. A second call was made. The company representative indicated that it takes 3 weeks to a month to receive delivery. This was not communicated in the initial phone call. This time frame is not practical for me to help them research their problem.
A few weeks ago we were at a local farm store and bought a bag of Rachel Ray Nutrish Super Medly dry dog food. We had used other Nutrish products before but I thought I would try the different flavor. After about 2 weeks our Scottish Terrier started to have trouble walking then she started throwing up. We took her to the vet on Saturday and they told us her kidneys were shutting down. Over the weekend they gave her 3 rounds of fluids but on Monday we had to have her euthanized. On Tuesday the 2 Doxies we have has developed diarrhea and we have had to go to the vet today for meds for them. When they developed diarrhea I threw the rest of the bag away. We can only hope out Doxies get better but the reason for sharing this is so someone else might not lose a pet like we have.
I'd been feeding my cat Sheba perfect portions wet food for a while, and I bought Rachael Ray Nutrish on a routine visit to Petco because I wanted to upgrade to a better quality food that contained more moisture. She absolutely loved the Nutrish and I fed it to her for two days before I googled reviews. I'm SO glad I did. I switched her back to her normal food right away because although she loves the taste of Nutrish I'm not willing to take any chances on her health. I did notice even after the two days she began itching herself more than usual, and her bowel movements were softer and way smellier than before. These are both symptoms mentioned by a lot of other reviewers. I'm hoping no damage has been done, but I'm definitely going to keep an eye on her and be much much more careful in the future. Thank you to every person here who has shared their experience, honestly you may have saved her life.
I bought a small bag of Rachel Ray Nutrish dry cat food to try out for my cats because my aunt said she was trying it. Her cats loved it. BIG HUGE MISTAKE. Within less than 2 weeks of buying the cat food, one of my cats is dead and one of my aunt's cats dead. Two different households, only similarity was the Rachel Ray Nutrish dry cat food. Both cats had the exact same symptoms and the vet said both cats had acute kidney failure. Both cats only about a year to a year and a half old and both cats DEAD because of Rachel Ray Nutrish dry cat food. DO NOT FEED THIS FOOD TO YOUR CATS! If she her food poisons cats, it probably does to dogs too. Keep your fur babies safe and do not feed Rachel Ray Nutrish Food! I wish I had enough money to get food analyzed and do autopsy for proof and I would sue. Also wish I read these reviews before buying this food and I could have saved my poor cat from a horrible death. Cannot repeat this enough... DO NOT BUY RACHEL RAY NUTRISH FOOD! IT WILL KILL YOUR PETS!
I bought the Rachael Ray Nutrish as a backup because I didn't get home on time from work to go to PETCO to buy their regular food from "Instinct." I bought a small bag. The cats loved it, however; after almost a week, my 3 year old cat started throwing up, looking really sick and lethargic. He also had a hard time going to the bathroom. Not too long after his symptoms, my 1 year old cat started to throw up and share in the same symptoms but she was still able to use the bathroom. I never had issues with other emergency foods before.
I had to rush my cat to the emergency where it was hard for them to figure out what was going on with my 3 year old. They gave him an enema and sent us home. He did get better but over time I had to rush him to the emergency again. When I took him in they had to perform an extensive procedure on this colon in order to clean him out and now he's just not the same! He's not the same baby! I can't feed him without giving him laxatives to keep his pipes moving. It never dawned on me to see if other animal parent has shared in the same experience with this food, until tonight when the thought came to mind to see if other pets had similar symptoms. We are still trying to figure out what's going on with my cat! It seems to be a recurring issue now :(. I hate this food. If you love your pets, steer clear of this brand.
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