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BLU Freedom Cat GF Indoor 11lb


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  • Item Weight: 11 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 11.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B008EXEB64
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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Blue Buffalo Freedom Indoor Cat Dry Food

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Alecat10 on December 29, 2012
I have 2 large Maine Coons. My female has an allergy to fish and scratches wildly, & my male has problems with hairballs, which were life threatening!!I Could only find 2 brands of dry food with no fish to accomodate my girl. This is one of them!! As well, my boy is 28 pounds and it is has been difficult finding a food that will satisfy him because he grew so fast and is very large boned. My girl has stopped scratching completely after what seems like 1,000 food trials & Vet visits to determine the allergy. Testing revealed nothing!!! As well her eye lids were even inflamed from the allergic reaction to fish. No Vet has told me her allergy is to fish, it is simply through my own food trials and research. My boy has stopped whining for food and is much happier now. Hairballs don't seem to be a problem any longer as the increased fiber moves the haiball throught the digestive system naturally. Despite my cats always being on high quality food, I am no longer cleaning gunk out of their eyes twice a day! They are 3 years old and it taken me this long to find the perfect food for their situations. I was constantly changing foods to fix things! I am only on my 3rd bag of Freedom...but so far so good! Also, both cats have noticeable increased energy, racing around the house etc..The litter box department has no issues whatsoever!In fact, the hair is indeed being pushed out via the higher fiber content, in their stool as I see it regularly, vs. getting stopped up in the digestive tract. The hair has to come out one way or the other! On previous foods it wasn't coming out and causing huge health issues!!! I feed them wet and dry, because a diet of dry is not healthy espeically for males. The only only wet food they like that has no fish in it is Wellness! So they get both everyday! Hope this review can solve some problems for someone else BC we have been throught the ringer with allergies! They have never LOVED a dry food so much has Blue Freedom!!
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Elena on November 28, 2012
Hello,

I have done an extensive amount of research and have spoken to several vets regarding cat foods and the reason Blue Buffalo is an excellent food for cats with allergies, hairballs, constipation, and obesity because it has a high fiber content of 7% versus 3% in most foods. BB is adding cellulose and peas and potatoes because this cat food is supposed to help with hairballs and obesity of indoor cats. Unfortunatly, cats are obligate carnivores that have a very low thirst drive so they drink very little water and expect to get most of the water from thier foods. Since many cats are now on dry food diets they recieve 60% less water than they need fromt thier food! Hairballs and constipation often result from this and many cat food manufacturers are adding fibers like pea fiber, beet pulp, cellulose, and psyllium in hopes that the fibers will absorb some of the fluids in the food and help push the hair and poop out of the digestive tract quickly and painlessly. Without the fiber many indoor cats that overeat on the dry cat foods would have these problems. PLUS, fiber helps reduce appetite and keep cats full longer to keep them lean.

So Blue Buffalo is not cheaping out or producing a low quality product, they are simply trying to solve the problems listed on the bag. If you want a cat food with very little fiber and your cat does not have constipation or hairballs and drinks lots of water or eats mostly wet food, then I would recommend switching to the wilderness verson of Blue Buffalo Products. Those are much better for that and have yucca to reduce stool odor.

Thanks!
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By G. Peterson on December 29, 2014
My cat has a history of regurgitating food if he eats too much, and after a crisis where he stopped eating altogether, he was diagnosed with irritable bowel syndrome resulting in inflamed small intestines. After 6 weeks of steroids and trying different foods to identify what his system was reacting to, it seems that he may be a celiac cat that can't tolerate gluten. He LOVES this food and is eating enthusiastically without vomiting. Therefore, I love this food as well! And my three other cats seem to love it, too!
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6 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Dragonflies & Autumn Leaves on October 17, 2012
I like that this is one of the few (only, actually) of the better-quality dry cat foods I've found that does NOT contain fish somewhere in the ingredient list. I'm trying to get away from fish to see if it improves the smell of their poo, as suggested by others.

My 2 kitties are almost through with their first 11 lb. bag, and they like it, and the smell is more pleasant than the other Blue Buffalo types they've tried (not fishy.) Still working through the fish-filled canned food surplus I have, so don't know for sure what the impact will be on their poo smell.
[Edit] Now after some time of using both canned (Wellness turkey and beef & chicken flavors) and this dry food with no fish in the ingredients, I have found that their poo is far less stinky when they are eating ONLY the canned, with none of the dry food at all. I didn't really notice a difference in their poo smell between feeding them this Blue Buffalo Dry food, or the Wilderness Chicken Blue Buffalo dry food. Both pretty stinky. But not as bad as when they eat canned food with fish in it. That can make us open up all the windows and turn on all the fans no matter how cold it is outside! [end of edit]

However, I am wary about just how much of those fillers (potatoes, peas, & cellulose) are in there. I can't find info. on what the protein to carbohydrate profile of this food is. (And would that reflect how much cellulose is in there? I don't think that gives any nutritional value...but also probably doesn't add carbohydrates. It probably just makes the food less nutritious, but cheaper, per pound. Don't know what the heck cellulose is doing in there other than making it cheaper to produce. Maybe it is less harmful than other carbohydrate fillers?
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