Thursday, April 27, 2017

Celebrate the Year of the Cat with Wellness® Complete Health™ #HealthyMeetsHappy


To be 100% honest, I spent a lot of years as a pet parent not putting a whole lot of thought into cat nutrition. As finicky as cats are, if what I picked out for them was eaten without complaint, that was good enough for me. Then Angel Tara was diagnosed with a plethora of health problems thanks in large part to years of poor eating habits long before I adopted her at age 7. That was when I had to get serious about learning more about better nutrition...her life depended on it.

Ever since that time there's no doubt the cats in my life eat better than I do. I'm sure you've heard the old saying, "you are what you eat." If that's true I'm probably in trouble but I can't blame anyone else for my food choices other than myself. Our pets have to trust us to make the right decisions for them, and it's an even bigger deal because they end up eating the same thing almost every day!


This post is sponsored by Wellness® and the BlogPaws® Pet Influencer Network™. I am being compensated to help share the availability of Wellness Complete Health and NEW Complete Health Grain Free Cat Food available at PetSmart, but we only share information we feel is relevant to our readers. Neither Wellness or PetSmart is not responsible for the content of this article.

For many years now Wellness® has been a staple in my cat food pantry. Wholesome food feeds our pets' souls, sustains their lives and protects their bodies, and the mission of the Wellness team of animal lovers, nutritionists and vets is to help us provide our fur kids with a healthy, happy, long life through the power of natural nutrition.

Since Mudpie is a fan of the Wellness® Complete Health™ Cat Food, I was very excited to hear that they've created new grain free recipes formulated with carefully chosen ingredients, plus added omega fatty acids, vitamins and minerals for optimal health. On a recent trip to PetSmart® I found three new options in the new Grain Free Complete Health line: deboned chicken and chicken meal for adults, salmon and herring meal for indoor cats, and deboned chicken and chicken meal for kittens. Each comes with Wellness's Catisfaction Guarantee: if your cat doesn't like the new Wellness recipes, simply return the unusued portion back to PetSmart for a full refund! Now that's the sign of a company that truly cares about their customers and believes in the quality of their product!


You might be wondering what makes Wellness different from all the other options we're confronted with when browsing pet store shelves. The Wellness Difference is about being more than natural, and it's not about what is left out (corn, carrageenan, soy, wheat, and artificial colors and flavors). True Wellness is about what is put into the food - a small number of simple, pure, authentic ingredients. Every ingredient has a purpose, and they never add ingredients just to have the newest "buzzword" on the label. How refreshing is that?

I should also add that the Wellness line also includes a large variety of wet food options in both cans and pouches. It's no secret that Mudpie doesn't have a very high opinion of most wet foods, but she does give four paws up to the various morsels, shreds and gravy pouches!


In celebration of the Year of the Cat (which should be every year as far as we're concerned!), why not commit to providing your precious pet the optimum in cat nutrition? Visit PetSmart® to check out and purchase your cat's favorite Wellness® Complete Health and Complete Health Grain Free recipes today!


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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Wellness®. The opinions and text are all mine.

14 comments:

  1. My human says we cats eat better than she does... and I think she is right!

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  2. Seems like Wellness has a range of great options for cats. Unfortunately they don't sell in my country.

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  3. We totally enjoyed your review! We always loved Wellness and plan to try the dry food (we're crazy about the wet already). We believe in giving our fur babies the best like you! Hey Mudpie, we didn't know you had your own little pink purse! We want one too!

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  4. Great post! We've never tried Wellness food for our cats, but it sounds like they have really high-quality products.

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  5. Healthy and tasty? Sounds like a winner to us! We especially like hearing that you enjoy the moist food, Mudpie, as the kitties here are also finicky and leaving their mom guessing what moist of food to buy. And, the furbabies here eat better than this human, too!

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  6. Mudpie, you made some great choices of food when you went shopping. We're Wellness fans!

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  7. Our friends are getting new kitties
    Lily & Edward

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  8. Wellness is one of the brands that both Truffle and Brulee will eat. We like that there are a variety of textures and flavors.

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  9. Wellness sounds like a good brand. Purrs

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  10. Mudpie, we love your little pink purse! It's just adorbs. We love Wellness food. Our favorite is the hairball control dry food. This is a great review.

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  11. HAH! Love your little purse, MP, but we better catch out with those green papers sticking out cos I have sticky paws. Your PS is so much cheaper than mine and our's don't even have a cool display.

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  12. I love the angle you got on the large sign ... for the life of me, I couldn't figure out how to get the entire sign in the picture with how narrow the aisles are. I never really thought about it before - but in terms of dry food, there seems to be fewer options for grain free foods - in comparison to wet foods ... which means you have fewer options for Mudpie when she turns her nose up at wet food. I've tried to wean Bear off a wet food treat and things didn't go well ... since I've started blogging, I'm glad I was unsuccessful. I doubt Bear would let me stop feeding him kibble (after his last dental/extraction - he was loopy and half out of it and still managed to throw a big enough fit that I let him try dry food) - but I think the wet food is probably a nice break for him :)

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