- Dec 13, 2013
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Another good grain-free canned food that does not contain carageenan is GO brand by Petcurean. If your pet has a sensitivity to chicken, turkey or beef, there is a Duck variety called Sensitivity and Shine. Here is a link to the Duck product : http://www.petcurean.com/for-cats/go/sensitivity-and-shine-grain-free-duck-pate. This link will take you to the other varieties of GO in both canned and dry : http://www.petcurean.com/for-cats/go/
Thanks, Otto. I am new to the site. I checked out your other posts, and saw you like to use By Nature, so I've ordered 2 cases! As long as there is no carrageenan, Tess digests most other canned food ok (except the batch from Friskies Plus, after she'd been eating it for months just fine), but I haven't found a healthy one she really likes. She is reluctantly eating Pure Vita now, but I'm having to mix it with high carb foods just to get her to eat it. Sheba Cuts look pretty good, and I got her to eat some in just one day, so I may try more of that. I'll need something she likes to mix in the new food. I'll keep reading to see if I can figure out how to get her to consider raw food.
There is also Weruva which is a grain-free canned and does not contain carageenan : http://www.weruva.com/cat-cuisine-chicken-beef.php