Greenbrier Kennel Club Gourmet Dry Cat Food, 16-oz. Bags
My cat demands better
I am writing this review on behalf of my 2 year old gray tabby cat. He would like DT to know that this is NOT similar to Meow Mix in which Greenbrier states on the bag. In fact, he detests it so much, when offered to the dog (whom is the equivalent of a walking garbage disposal), he too turned his nose up at this garbage. After giving my spoiled fur baby this food, my keys turned up missing. Coincidence? I think not. Regardless of my love for all things DT, I will not be repurchasing this product in fear that my wallet will go missing next.
February 18, 2015
Kennel Club Cat Food at Dollar Tree
There is nothing funny about a cat that refuses to eat their food or nibbles a tiny bit of it leaving the rest to spoil.
Enter, "Dollar Tree Cat Food" in a resealable bag. I bought my first bad of this Greenbrier Kennel Club Gourmet Dry Cat Food by accident because I was in a rush and suddenly had remembered our cat needed some food.
I was very skeptical because we got a fussy cat. No problem any more. I rotate this with other foods and he eats it up.
That is just what I wanted.
October 22, 2014
Our large tom cat loves this food, however we are preparing it by running a bit of warm water in the dish, too.
June 16, 2014
Cats seemed to like it
I was running low on cat food (and cash) and stumbled upon this food in Dollar Tree so I decided to give it a shot. My two cats are very picky eaters and for the most part will only eat Meow Mix. They didn't seem to notice much of a difference between this and their regular food. They've refused to eat a lot of cheap, bargain cat food I've bought in the past, so I was surprised to find their dish empty after feeding them this dollar food.
May 28, 2014