Nature’s Valley Instinct Raw Market Chicken for Cats

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Due to the fact that Saphera is still on a strict diet, she will not be doing a review this month. We chose to review Nature’s Valley Instinct Raw Market Chicken for Cats because Purrseidon loves freeze-dried salmon treats. Freeze-dried raw nutrition doesn’t have grains or gluten. If you crumble and add water to the nuggets, it makes a complete meal. Freeze-dried food is kinda like space/military food for kitties. It is also perfect for adding to hurricane-prep-kits, or bug-out bags.

One odd thing is that it sort of smells like fish food. The nuggets are cage-free chicken plus organic fruits and vegetables (90% chicken and liver, 10% vegetables, fruits and vitamins) and it is made in the USA. The bowl contains crumbled nugget. It felt kinda weird crumbling it up, but that made it easier for Mr. M to eat and for the food toabsorb water.

There were 33 nuggets in the 12 ounce bag which equals about 13.5 meals for Mr. M and Purrseidon.20160814_205136

Purrseidon loved Nature’s Valley Instinct Raw Market Chicken for Cats, while Mr. M liked it (in other words, he didn’t lick the plate clean, but did eat his portion).

Nature’s Valley Instinct Raw Market Chicken for Cats satisfies your cat’s need for real, raw nutrition and it’s raw feeding made simple—just add water to make a complete and balanced meal. Raw Market recipes are carefully crafted in small batches and freeze-dried to preserve the natural nutrients and flavor of real whole food ingredients.

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Disclaimer: Purrseidon and Mr. M are Spokespets for Chewy.com. Each month they receive a new product in return for an honest review. I am a petparent, not a veterinarian or pet specialist. This post is based on my pets personal experience.

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M here. Let me clarify that my teeth suffered from living feral for a few years, but I can still bite and chew and instead telling you about my chewing issues, my sisfur should have told you the regular price for Nature’s Valley Instinct Raw Market Chicken for Cats 12 ounce bag is $24.99 but Chewy currently has it priced $21.37 – that’s a 10% savings, plus, you get FREE 1-2 Day Shipping on all orders over $49 … and I can practically assure you that your order will come in a fantastic box!

This post is part of Sugar and Oz‘s chewy influencer blog hop. Thank you to both of them for hosting it. e9637f75-2322-429f-b8cf-e87bee99673e

18 thoughts on “Nature’s Valley Instinct Raw Market Chicken for Cats

  1. OMC Are you sayin’ dat whole bag is freeze dried nuggets? We thought it was kibble with a few nuggets in it or we woulda been all over dat. Anways, glad ya’ll like dit.

    Luv ya’

    Dezi and Raena

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    1. It was 12 ounces of nuggets – the bag we received had 33 nuggets – Purrseidon & Mr. M each ate about 1 1/4 rehydrated nuggets for a proper meal, hence our estimate that one 12 ounce bag would provide the two of them each 13 – 13.5 meals.

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      1. Yeah, unfurtunately these bags aren’t vey big and are quiet costly. But dat’s what we eat at da moment. Well, freeze dried food. Mommy buyts a couple different brands to try to stretch out da more spensive ones. And me will only eat them dry, so it takes a bit more fur me to get full.

        Luv ya’

        Dezi and Raena

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      2. Mommy looked into dat freeze dryin’ at home and it can be done, but it’s really ‘spensive. Dat’s how da companies can “justify” da charge. Altho’ we think once they’ve paid off da machinery da purrice oughtta go down. Somehow, they disagree. MOL

        Luv ya’

        Dezi and Raena

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      3. Yep, da machine was somethin’ like a couple thouseand dollars. Don’t member ‘zactly. Since mommy only makes a few hundred a month and it all goes on bills, she woulda never even been able to save fur it. She might as well go ahead and buy dat loaf of bread fur herself instead. MOL

        Luv ya’

        Dezi and Raena

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      4. Jeanne here. If we had enough need for one, I bet my husband could build one…. right now, my dehydrator is busy keeping up with papaya – star fruit are also starting to ripen and one clump of bananas has 4 bunches! The bad thing about bananas is that all of them ripen at the same time…. I see banana chip snacks in our future ;-)… One of my friends modified an old refrigerator to make a dehydrator.

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    1. Living in Florida & it being hurricane season, that sort of thing is always in the back of my mind. However, I think California fires and Louisiana floods would be worse to plan for.

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      1. Shiver!!!! I’ve seen that fire on the news…. don’t know which is worse CA fires or LA floods … heard some cats were stuck in trees with fire ants! Don’t know if that is better or worse than having the tree on firs.
        >^.^<

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      2. Much worse than hurricanes, which one has days to plan for! The friend of a neighbor was diving on Interstate 10 and got stuck on it in the same spot for 28 HOURS!!! Can you imagine?!?
        >^.^<

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