Sunday, August 18, 2013

Caturday: Natural Balance Fat Cat or Fat Dog food GIVEAWAY

Hello all, Galadriel here!

I know this post is a bit late. Stupid servant belly-aching about her belly. Oh well, every day should be Caturday anyway.

When Natural Balance began selling Fat Cat and Fat Dog food, the company offered the servant the chance to try the food and giveaway a coupon for a loyal reader.

The beast, the servant says, is in good shape.

I, on the other hand...

I perhaps could lose a bit of weight.

So the servant picked up a bag of this Fat Cat food.

Fat Cat and Fat Dog, I'm told, are designed to help pets specifically to lose weight or maintain it. It has less calories than the reduced calorie food.


I like it because it tastes like chicken and salmon, which I like. Plus, I don't need to eat much to feel food. The servant gives me about 3/4 of a cup, and I graze on it throughout the day. Of course, I am not losing as much weight as I should, because I still demand my Natural Balance Platefuls pouches every once in a while. I just eat less dry food.


I am looking a lot better. Of course, I'm still fighting the servant on using the yellow thing she got from Natural Balance.

But she did put me on the scale today, and I am down to 15 lbs. Not bad. Everyone else notices I'm not so much of a fat cat as I was either.

Still, I have a ways to go. I might need to have the servant reduce my food.

Now from the servant:

PROS:
  • Galadriel took to the food very well. She likes it a lot. 
  • I have seen noticeable loss in her size. 
  • You can adjust food according to what else your pet needs in their diet.
CONS:
  • There is only kibble. So if your pet doesn't eat kibble, this will not work for you.
  • You need to keep a good notes to make sure you see proper weight loss, that way you can make adjustments.
  • The diet works best when you increase exercise. This has been crazy tough with Galadriel.

DISCLAIMER: Natural Balance provided me with the free coupon to give away. Every thought in the review, however, is my own.


 

15 comments :

  1. Danielle Murgia
    tigger1030@hotmail.com
    My Reese's (tortoise shell cat) needs help losing weight.

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  2. Fat Doggy for sure!
    jechance@go.olemiss.edu

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  3. Theresa Spaid, tspaid54@gmail.com
    My dogs Kita and Kota need to loose some weight. They are large dogs but are old and need to loose some to get around better.

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  4. Amy Orvin
    2dogs5catscrew@att.net
    My fat cat, Bubba, needs this food. He weighs 22lbs.

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  5. My beagle corgi mix Molly is a little bit chubby and I would love for her to lose a couple pounds before winter when she gets less exercise and usually gains weight. 2 of my cats are a little chubby too, I will probably buy a bag for the cats if I win and use the coupon for the Molly(my other 2 girls are the perfect weight)

    katie mitchell
    katielynnmitchell@gmail.com

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  6. Lisa F.
    destinylaf at americaonline dot com
    My new rescue, a Springer Spaniel, could stand to lose some weight.

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  7. Kaitlin Jenkins
    jakenkait28@gmail.com
    My dog Bear could benefit from dropping a few lbs ;)

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  8. Taylor Closet
    grigsbygipson@yahoo.com
    My Dog need to lose weight.

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  9. Susan Christy
    myfoxypup (at) gmail (dot) com
    My 9 lb chihuahua refuses to walk - just lays on the sidewalk and won't move. So, she is getting NO exercise, but could sure use some.

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  10. Jenna
    beastbunny at hotmail dot com
    Our cat, Stewart, has gotten a little portly since we adopted him a couple of years ago. I admit I am very good at judging healthy weight in dogs but not so great at cats.

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  11. michelle cavanaughAugust 24, 2013 at 10:52 AM

    Michelle Cavanaugh
    shellyonehotgirl@hotmail.com
    My oldest boy Tweek is quite chubby and we've had no luck trying to get him to slim down

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  12. I like to intermittently use a weight control to maintain
    my special dog's weight in line especially during the winter months when he is not able to be as active.

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  13. connie moore...clmdotmebaneatyahoodotcom....Claude ...my cat

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  14. Shelley P sscott2ATemailDOTcom
    My Chihuahua needs to lose some weight.

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  15. Crystal
    the little green den AT gmail DOT com
    My cat should lose some weight.

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