Small Batch Turkey Frozen Raw Cat Food

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  • Note: Frozen foods, bones, and supplements are eligible for store pick up or local delivery only and require signature upon receipt (we don't want it to thaw on your doorstep!).

    Small Batch Turkey Frozen Raw Cat Food combines turkey liver, heart, and gizzards with organic veggies to craft a thoughtfully-formulated cat food that is:

    Made with free-range, pasture raised meats
    Packed with organic-only produce
    Free of any corn, soy, by-product meal, or artificial preservatives
    Ideal for cats of all life stages

    Small Batch aims to always use meats that are free-range and free of any antibiotics or synthetic hormones. True to their emphasis on quality and raw nutrition, Small Batch's products are made on the U.S.'s West Coast without High Pressure Pasteurization (HPP).

  • Weight Suggested Feeding Price*
    5 - 10 lbs 2 - 4 $1.09 - $2.17
    10 - 15 lbs 4 - 6 $2.17 - $3.26

    * Daily Price on a 3 lb bag with Pet Club discount. Suggested Feeding: sliders fed per day

  • turkey, turkey necks, turkey backs, turkey livers, turkey hearts, turkey gizzards, salmon oil, organic dandelion greens, organic apple cider vinegar, organic kelp, organic bee pollen, organic barley grass, organic cranberries

  • Crude Protein 16.4% min
    Crude Fat 7.7% min
    Crude Fiber .3% max
    Moisture 71.6% max
    Caloric Content 37 kcal/slider

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Iris G.
United States United States

Our cats like the turkey sliders

but not as much as the chicken favor, but it's still popular