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Reddit mentions of Merrick Before Grain #1 Chicken Dry Cat Food, 11.1 Pound Bag

Sentiment score: 3
Reddit mentions: 5

We found 5 Reddit mentions of Merrick Before Grain #1 Chicken Dry Cat Food, 11.1 Pound Bag. Here are the top ones.

Merrick Before Grain #1 Chicken Dry Cat Food, 11.1 Pound Bag
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  • Meat Is #1 Ingredient
  • Made In The Usa
  • Grain Free Pet Food
ColorWhites & Tans
Height13.25 Inches
Length22 Inches
Number of items1
Size11.1 lb
Weight11.1 Pounds
Width3 Inches

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Found 5 comments on Merrick Before Grain #1 Chicken Dry Cat Food, 11.1 Pound Bag:

u/bookishgeek · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Some cat food. My cat eats grain-free, and a change will upset his little cat stomach an awful lot. But a recent unexpected bill has made it so hard to buy some, and I don't want him to ever go hungry. I'm portioning it out as best I can now, but it won't last long.

I'm almost out of cat litter even more than I am out of food, though. Either one, really. I'm Turking as fast as I can. God, I don't deserve to be a cat mom.

u/Mishiiee · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon


I think the most important thing on my wishlist right now is: Kitty food because I plan on getting a kitten soon, at least by my birthday, unless I get all the supplies I need before then, then I can get a kitten before then. If that makes any sense.

But I know that the kitty food isn't the cheapest, so, if I do win, anything on my wishlists would be nice, so yea. Thanks for the contest :D

u/bbdoll · 1 pointr/Pets

awesome! and yeah, it really is surprisingly affordable especially with only one kitty. i narrowed it down a bit since you can order online, i would consider this, this, or this. come to think of it, i was able to successfully transition a carb addicted cat to blue buffalo easily enough. hope that helps a bit!

u/blonderengel · 1 pointr/cats

Definitely grain/gluten free; first ingredient some "real" meat/fish. I have several foods on rotation, to mix things up and to discourage foodsnobbishness. Right now, it's this:

tend to switch it up a bit, free feeding high quality dry and offering wet in the a.m.

Some of the dry food my monsters seem to like:





They also LOVE Merrick's Before Grain -- and it's a good value:


u/bjwest · -1 pointsr/funny

Cats are not omnivores. Other than the occasional grass/herbs for medicine, they are 100% carnivore. If you're feeding your cat a food made with grains (99.9% of all dry, and a vast majority of canned), you are doing nothing but making them fat and sick. I have three cats, and an 11 pound bag of this grain free cat food lasts almost two months. I never let their bowls become empty, they eat all they need and don't overeat. They are slim, healthy and don't hack up hairballs/piles of food every other day like they used to.