BFF Oh My Gravy!

DSC_1035Moewser, I love these hydration-packed pouches! Our chef loves that BFF Oh My Gravy! Potlock O’ Pouches Variety Pack Grain-Free Cat Food Pouches are full of heathy nutrition. The variety pack includes recipes with real meat as the main ingredient, including: duck, salmon, chicken, turkey, lamb because protein supports healthy muscles. Every bite is loaded with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants for overall health, even taurine for heart and vision health, but no grain.DSC_1040

These easy to use, single-portion BPA-free pouches can be served on their own; as delicious kibble toppers; or mix-ins. And if that isn’t wonderful enough, BFF Oh My Gravy! Potlock O’ Pouches Variety Pack Grain-Free Cat Food Pouches are made by Weruva, which is right here in the USA!

Disclaimer: As members of Chewy’s Blogger Outreach Program Purrseidon and Katsu received this product for free in exchange for our fair and honest review. Chewy is not responsible for the contents of this post. We only share products and information that we believes are of interest to readers.

Chewy boxes are the BEST! (both the actual box & contents) They’ve revamped their website so you can get supplies for your fur-babies and non-furry pets, too. Chewy 20170908_222504always has great prices, and a wide selection of products, plus they provide speedy free shipping for orders of $49.00 or more. They also have reasonable shipping rates for smaller orders. You can set up an auto ship so you never run out of your pets favorites (you can skip, cancel or delay these, too – Chewy’s customer Service is tops).

34 thoughts on “BFF Oh My Gravy!

      1. Yep. that’s our favorite. Actually the only thing mommy can get us to eat regularly. We did try a canned food we sort of liked, but not more than once in a while. Big hugs

        Luv ya’

        Dezi and Raena

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      2. Bug out bag? What in the world is that?

        It used to be a treat fur us too, but when me got sick, it was the only thing that would get me off the kibble. Since it’s actually more healthy fur us, mommy just kept it goin’. ‘Specially since me doesn’t really care fur many other canned noms. Big hugs

        Luv ya’

        Dezi and Raena

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  2. Yes, looks like they loved it. Out of my two cats, only one of them likes gravy. Felix is crazy about them. Coco hates them. She only eats dry food and ocasionally some varieties of bacon and olives. 🙂

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    1. Katsu is a bottomless pit and has even been know to swipe cucumber off one’s plate and eat it…. that sent us in a research frenzy to make sure cucumbers were okay food for cats. Thankfully, they were. He also eats citrus and tried (but didn’t succeed) in eating a lego.

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    1. Meowser, yes it does, Ms. Mimi, yes it does! After losing my dear brofur M and with Katsu’s health issues healthier living is a big priority for me…. It’s wonderful when it’s also delicious. >^.^<


  3. Yes, they are a very good retailer! I do find they sometimes don’t have the size kitty food I want. For example, grain free Wellness in 5 ounce cans vs. the 3.5 ounce cans I prefer since the kitty boys are at the age where I have to watch their weight closely.

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    1. M needed to watch his weight (at least he did prior to the cancer), fortunately Purrseidon and Katsu are both active…. Katsu is a bottomless pit, like any other teenager, but he converts it all into growth… I’m thinking he’ll be a big boy. He is nearly Purr’s size, but won’t be a year old until Now. 1st.

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      1. If you’re looking for a good dry food, have you considered either Stella & Chewy’s Freeze-Dried Cat Food or Dr. Elsey’s clean protein Grain-Free Dry Cat Food?


      2. It’s a Wellness grain-free pate I get from Chewy’s. Again, I am not compensated for recommending either Chewy’s or Wellness brand cat food. I just happen to get cat food from that vendor.

        Andy has food allergies, too, and chicken happens to be one food he handles well.
        Also, it’s one brand that makes all-chicken pate-style cat food.

        Persians have difficulty eating some types of foods. They lap food up more than gulp it like a dog – so much for the slander of dogs… LOL! When I prepare the kitty boys’ food, I add a bit of water to the pate and mush it into a slurry that looks sick but is easier for the kitty boys to completely eat up.

        Before I started doing this, they wasted ost of the food because they had problems eating it just as it comes from the can.

        Here’s a link to the grain-free chicken pate source:

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