Castor & Pollux Organix Adult Dry Cat Food, 14.5 Pound Bag
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- Organic, free-range chicken with organic peas, organic brown rice and salmon meal
- Provides vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, fiber and Omega fatty acids
- Taurine for heart and eye health, Organic Flaxseed for skin and coat health, and fiber for intestinal health
- Contains no artificial colors or preservatives, and no corn, wheat or soy
- Product of the USA
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Top Customer Reviews
I did a lot of research and spent a lot of time looking up what type of dry food is best for cats and then what brand would be best, while still being organic. I ended up choosing Castor & Pollux Organix cat food.
When I first got my cat from the shelter, his coat was dull and he had decently bad baldish patches behind his ears. Of course he was transitioning from stressful shelter to a home life, but it wasn't until I got through the free food from the shelter and put him on Organix that his coat started to really improve. Within a couple months of the switch, the bald spots had all but disappeared! And now you would never know they were there. My cat loves this food, he is always happy to eat it (the free food was Science Diet and he would only eat a few bites at a time and walk away). When I first gave him this food, I mixed it in with the old to help him transition. I watched him sniff it out and once he took his first bite of this, he refused to eat the Science Diet! I couldn't believe it! I indulge him by giving him more than I should, but it's a testament to the food that he hasn't bulked up at all, maybe just a half pound heavier, maybe! Riley is almost 4 years old so he is still young, but I haven't had the slightest health problem with him, not even hairballs. His bathroom habits are all normal with normal results. As long as they produce this food, I will buy it, even at $35+ a bag (which lasts me almost 5 months for one cat, or almost $8 a month).
It is also worth noting that Castor and Pollux, a small American company, actively supports pet adoption/rescue vs.Read more ›
I received another shipment of this product on Dec 24. Again, much of the content in bag war crumbled. However, this time the content was also multicolored - some very dark / same the usual brown - and with a white substance on them that looks like mold.
My cats like the food when it is a good bag - but having every 3rd or 4th bag uneatable is not acceptable. I will not order this again and will look for another product.
My original product review
I just re-ordered this product again - but with caution. Last bag (received July 8th) was not good - much of the content was crumbled. It either was old, poorly handled during transit - or a change in product formula. I seem to order this once every month and my cats like it. This last bag, they walk away from the full food bowl. Organix - last chance to make my cats happy...
Most Recent Customer Reviews
well the cats love it and that's saying something for a dried cat food that's an A-.(Purina is a D) Only A rated food my cats would ever eat. Read morePublished 8 months ago by rrice
My three cats love it (I know... I know...). They have recently changed the shape and smaller size of the kibble and it seems to be acceptable. Read morePublished 18 months ago by M. Lowe
Cats wanted less and less to do with it the longer we had it. Loved the organic component and ingredients list, but don't want starving cats.Published on July 28, 2014 by Scrupulous
When we switched from another national brand to the Organix Adult Dry Cat food, she preferred this. But as she went down deeper and deeper into the bag, she turned up her nose at... Read morePublished on April 21, 2014 by Eileen. Snow
This is a great product for cats yet recently for whatever reason, the price has almost doubled on amazon and I am disappointed. Read morePublished on April 8, 2014 by Linda R
It feels good to feed my cats organic food. They have been on this diet for a year and all have lustrous coats and no health problems. They enjoy the food. Read morePublished on March 29, 2014 by W. R. Smith