Bixbi wet cat food?

lisamarie12

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Has anyone seen Bixbi wet cat food in their local indy pet store? I've been using their Rawbble, which Molly really likes, however, I wanted to try to upgrade her wet food. Chewy doesn't have the wet food so wondering if anyone has tried this with their cat(s).


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I'm not sure what you mean by upgrade her wet food. Upgrade from the Rawbble?
 

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I haven't although I'm interested to see what they tell me about an ingredient in one of the canned foods, which is "reduced iron".
 
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I'm not sure what you mean by upgrade her wet food. Upgrade from the Rawbble?
Rawbble is one of her freeze dried reconstituted meals, however, I feed her a wet food also that's a bit too carby.
 

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I’m goi g to have to check them out. Always looking for new food
 

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To follow up, here's their response;
"We use reduced iron in our wet cat food diets as a more bioavailable source of iron than the standard source. It is essentially iron in a reduced, more pure state."

Also, they've commented that they're working on making the nutritional analysis/breakdown's available on the website. In the meanwhile if anyone needs info regarding phosphorus, iodine or something else let me know, I can get it for you.
 
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So far so good with the chicken pate, I will contact them re: phos. Molly recently had her senior panel done - no kidney issues thankfully, I want to keep it that way as long as possible! She'll be 12 years old in December. Wish Bixbi had a turkey or duck pate.
 
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