Introducing the new Cindy’s Recipe Naturelle Grain Free Superpremium Cat Food. Our dry food is specially formulated for felines with a specific appetite or dietary requirement. Made with only the highest quality ingredients; each bag filled with 4 times the amount of protein – all gently prepared in low temperature to retain it’s nutritional values.
Combined with specially selected vegetables with low glycemic index(gi) nutrition like peas that are high in dietary fibre – to promote a healthy digestive tract and reducing the formation of hairballs. Our recipes are free of allergens like wheat, corn, soy, gluten and animal by-products to help prevent allergic reactions in felines.
Dehydrated Chicken, Dried Potato Flakes, Peas, Split Peas, Chicken Fat, Hydrolysed Chicken Protein (with Chicken Liver), Beet Pulp, Dried Chicory (A Natural Source Of FOS and Inulin), Vegetable Plant Fiber, Minerals, Brewery Yeast (A natural Source Of MOS), Fresh Salmon Oil.
I have two cats, Saint and Tofu, each with different food tolerance. Saint eats everything, but we struggle with Tofu because he has a sensitive stomach. For a long time, Tofu had a bad case of diarrhoea and we had no choice but to keep him on a diet of boiled chicken breast. We were worried this would be the case forever, so you can imagine our joy when we discovered a brand of cat food that doesn't upset him.
With Cindy Recipe, Tofu no longer has diarrhoea, and he finally put on weight!
I’m also real glad Perromart exists to help me sort out my cat’s necessities at the eleventh hour. We struggle to find this particular brand of cat food at regular pet stores at the last minute. Through Perromart, I was able to purchase a bag of Cindy's Recipe and organise Mr Speedy to pick it up on my behalf while I was at work. Super super convenient, and Grace is a real godsend for helping me sort this out!
All my cats have all been receptive of this food. Previous brands usually one or two cats would refuse to eat them. Being grain-free is also great with no cheap fillers like wheat gluten