Wednesday, September 18, 2013

The Farm Cats Tell You About Hill's Science Diet Grain Free Cat Food #HillsPet #spon

This post is sponsored by Hill’s. I am being compensated for helping spread the word about Hill’s Science Diet for Cats, but The Maaaaa of Pricilla only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. Hill's Pet Nutrition, Inc. is not responsible for the content of this article.


Photo thanks to Hill's 


The Farm cats are here today - a day early! - to meow at you all about cat food. It is something about which they know much, as you might expect. They certainly eat a lot of it! They did some studying and they learned about grain free cat food.

WHAT?!

GRAIN free?! I do not understand this. I had better go before I faint like those fainting goats. I cannot live without grain but I am a goat, not a cat. So, take it away Sherpa the Farm cat.....


Me-ooooow everyone! I am, at least for now going to be the SpokesCat regarding Hill's Science Diet Grain Free Cat Food. Did you know that there are cats out there that are allergic to grains? It's a fact! If your kitty is one of these cats Hill's Grain Free is a perfect way to get them all they need to be healthy and well fed. It's just as good for kitties who are not allergic too!

I know that I like to eat many things; grass, snakes, grasshoppers and I really like popcorn. But I doubt that these are best diet for a Farm cat - or any other cat either. 


And you all remember Harry's taste for mousie brains. He is the Farmiest of all of us Farm cats.

The publicist though, knows that this is not a healthy diet for me, Harry or any of the other Farm cats so she makes sure to feed us good, meaty food and tasty chow. It is very, very important to have a balance of nutrients in our foods; they should have proteins, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals and water. All of these are necessary for our kitty systems. (Hmmm, I do not see mousie brains in that list.) All of these important nutrients can be found in the Hill's grain free cat food. 

Hill's Science Diet makes very tasty grain free canned cat food. Stinky, Harry and I all enjoyed it very much. In fact, Stinky and I even ate some OFF OF THE SAME PLATE! (Pumpkin is the problem cat around here - he is a VERY fussy eater.)


Can you believe your eyes? The publicist says that this has NEVER happened before. The Hill's canned grain free cat food is super delicious. It's the only reason I would get this close to Stinky. Without whapping her anyway.

Mmmm, that was yummy.

Photo from Hill's

Just so you know, grain free does not mean carb free - oh no! The grains are quite often replaced with things like sweet potatoes to help make sure that the food is not too protein heavy but rather mixed just right. The very first ingredient in the dry food is one of my favorites - chicken. As I meowed above, it's the balance of ingredients that is so important and Hill's makes sure that its grain free food is healthy cat food! It has no preservatives or artificial colors so you don't have to worry about nasty stuff going into your cat(s). 

The grain free foods also help to give kitties a nice, shiny coat. I know I like how my furs shine in the sun. 

I hope I have been a good SpokesCat today. I have some good news too! I have a giveaway for you! I do!  FOUR lucky readers will each win a 10lb bag of Hill's Science Diet Grain Free Cat Food! Isn't that exciting? Just keep reading to learn all about it!

The Giveaway:

Four readers (US/Can) will win a 10lb bag of Hill's Science Diet Grain Free Cat Food! How do you win? It's easy! Just hop on the Rafflecopter. Good luck everyone!

Disclosure:  This post is sponsored by Hill’s. I am being compensated for helping spread the word about Hill’s Science Diet for Cats, but The Maaaaa of Pricilla only shares information we feel is relevant to our readers. Hill's Pet Nutrition, Inc. is not responsible for the content of this article.


28 comments:

  1. i have teddy on grain free food now too!

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  2. Well if all of you liked the food, it must be good. Maybe we can win a bag and give it a try. Great review. Take care.

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  3. We have 3 cats and one of them has a very sensitive stomach. I haven't found anything yet that doesn't make her sick. But I am thinking this gluten free cat food might just do the trick.

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  4. Crash and Burn would just love to try this new food.

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  5. Thank you for the info, but we are kitty free at the moment so will pass on the raffle.

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  6. We have two kitties---Burke and Hare:)
    bethelderton59 at gmail dot com

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  7. I don't have a cat, but it's good to hear that there is some good food out there! Pet nutrition is so important. I make sure to check every ingredient and nutrition facts on my dog's food before I buy. He's eating grain free organix, and doing so well.

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  8. I have one cat and I've never tried this brand

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  9. I have one, and she is literally my child, haha.

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  10. OK, I want to win this stuff. Would you believe the only food that makes me itch is the grain free Taste of the Wild and I love that stuff. I don't, however, like my grain free stinky goodness. I prefer Fancy Feast, which is actually grain-free also.

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  11. We eat grain free food too! And we love it. :)

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  12. Maybe they'll add mousie brains in the future! :)

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  13. We have 3 kitties & I know they would love to try this!

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  14. Ha! You make a great spokescat. And I love that pic of Harry with the Mousebrains!

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  15. mmmmmm...BRAINS!!! Oh, sorry about that, got a little carried away...

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  16. Thanks for the great info! I will be sure to tell my sister about this diet!

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  17. ill have to tell my parents about this for their kitty!

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  18. We have 3 cats. One indoor and two outdoor strays that adopted us.

    april yedinak

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  19. I have two cats, Mikey and Leonardo
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    {in the contest I am Margot Core on the Rafflecopter}

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  20. I have more cats than I can count on one hand :o) I'm sure they would love to try out this food.

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  21. I have one cat. She like to eat-a lot!

    pjames330 at aol dot com

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  22. I have one indoor cat who needs to try a grain free diet!

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  23. I have one indoor / outdoor cat named Tuffy, I think he would really like Hill's cat food,
    upstatemissy@gmail.com

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  24. Right now I have none, but my in-laws & parents & sisters & aunts all do! Plus I "treat" the neighbors cat too.

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