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Rated 5 out of 5 by barbmc Just loves it My cat just lovee it. As soon as he hears the can open he runs right to it. April 30, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Philocat How ONE became Two with Salmon and Trout As do most things, the making of pet food tends to expand with time. Purina introduced its "ONE" brand some years ago as a high-end cat food. The wet foods featured a small number of brands each with "one" primary ingredient, such as beef, chicken, turkey, tuna, or whitefish. The advertising said the "one" ingredient was "real" as opposed to the by-products found in many less costly brands and that the ingredients were of a higher quality overall to justify the increased expense and trouble. (The "ONE" line generally is carried in specialty pet stores rather than in supermarkets, thus requiring a separate shopping trip.) Purina "ONE" has expanded its product line in a number of ways. For example, it recently introduced a number of wet "blended" products, making the "one" many. Among them is this blended fish, consisting of salmon and trout -- two species that are biologically related. Salmon is more of an ocean-going fish for its adult life. Salmon is a common ingredient in cat food, including the less expensive varieties. Trout remains less common. It can be found in Purina's less expensive "Fancy Feast" label and in some pricier cat foods. The food comes in a sauce, in bite-sized cubes. Other than water, salmon is listed is the primary ingredient, followed by wheat gluten, chicken and liver ahead of the trout. The food has a high water component of 82 percent, compared with 78 percent of most wet cat foods. The food will be good for cats that tend to not get enough water on their own. Purina advertises the product as consisting of "real" fish and as including added oxidants and Omega-6. My cat enjoys both the separate fish components of this product -- the salmon and the trout -- and she readily ate and apparently enjoyed this food. The food is nutritious and a bit of a novelty with its two components of salmon and trout. It is fun to feed and to learn about and good and tasty for the kitty. The food perhaps could become a mainstay for some cats, but I doubt that I will use it that way. It is a good, somewhat off-the-beaten track blended food for the fish portion of a cat's diet that can be fed for variety and change. Both cats and their owners like the experience of trying something new and different. June 4, 2014