My husband recently brought home several cans of Paws & Claws Mixed Grill Canned Cat Food for our three felines. They are not a picky bunch, except for the oldest who grew up with a litter a puppies and enjoys dog food as well as cat food. Being unfamiliar with the brand, I had to do some comparisons to other name brand cat foods. The results were surprising!
Recommend this product?
Paws & Claws Mixed Grill Canned Cat Food
Paws & Claws Mixed Grill Canned Cat Food comes in a 5.5 ounce can, the same as most name brand canned cat foods and retails for $.39 a can at our local Tractor Supply Company store. The logo for the Paws & Claws cat food brand is a red cat holding a Paws & Claws sign and this logo appears on the front label.
Paws & Claws is the official brand of Tractor Supply and is available at all of their retail stores for dogs and cats, possibly other pet food as well.
Crude Protein: Min: 10%Crude Fat: Min. 5%Crude Fiber: Max 1.50%Moisture: Max. 78%Ash: Max. 3.50%
My Thoughts on Paws & Claws Mixed Grill Canned Cat Food
My three felines, one cat and two kittens all ate this food with gusto. The two kittens really tear into any canned cat food and the adult cat eats it with more enthusiasm than dry cat food. They all ate this cat food and enjoyed it.
One of the first things I do when buying cat food (which my husband doesn't) is read the ingredient label. This one starts out with meat by-products, which isn't as bad as animal digest and does contain liver and chicken. I compared the ingredients to Friskies Classic Pate Mixed Grill Cat Food and found the two to be almost the same.
Friskies contained kidney instead of liver. The big difference here is the price. While you are paying $.50 a can for Friskies, Paws & Claws Mixed Grill Canned Cat Food is only $.39 a can. This little savings adds up when you have multiple cats!
Overall, I find the ingredients to be average or a little above. It is certainly just as good as Friskies and saves you a few cents per can. I am happy with the quality of this food and happy to recommend it.
The only con I see is if you do not have a Tractor Supply store in your area since this is a specific store brand product.
I am posting the complete ingredients below for those interested.
Meat by-products Water Sufficient for Processing Poultry by-products Liver Chicken Rice Flour Guar Gum Potassium Chloride Titanium Dioxide (Artificial Coloring) Salt Dicalcium Phosphate Sodium Nitrite Taurine Caramel Calcium Carbonate Carrageenan Garlic Powder Zinc Sulfate Ferrous Sulfate Vitamin E Supplement Niacin Supplement Manganese Sulfate Copper Sulfate Thiamine Mononitrate Sodium Selenite Vitamin A Supplement D-Calcium Pantothenate Riboflavin Supplement Pyridoxine Hydrochloride Biotin Vitamin B12 Supplement Vitamin D Supplement Potassium Iodide Folic Acid.
Paws & Claws Mixed Grill Canned Cat Food is comparable to other leading cat foods on the market and costs less! I am very happy to recommend it.