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Almost everything in the food is natural and provides nutritional benefits for cats.
The majority of cats seem to like the taste of the food, although some cat owners say their finicky cats do not like all of the flavors.
It’s said that a sailor first gave his dog one of the biscuits made by his bakery (Hubbard and Sons), and that the dog eagerly ate it, which spawned the idea for Old Mother Hubbard.
In 1961, Old Mother Hubbard was bought by an animal nutrition professional, and the headquarters of the company were moved to Lowell, Massachusetts.
Cats need a lot of protein in their diet, particularly from animal tissue.
Many cat owners say that their cats are happy, healthy, and more energetic after they eat this food.
This means no ground up bones, hooves, necks, or beaks.
Furthermore, the food does not contain cheap, allergenic fillers like wheat, corn, or soy. What the food does contain is high-quality protein from meat, fresh fruits and veggies for vitamins and minerals, flaxseed and salmon oil for essential fatty acids, and taurine for healthy hearts and vision.
If you purchase fresh fish cello-wrapped from a grocery store, freeze or use it within 2 days of the sell-by date. Fresh cheeses such as cream cheese, queso fresco, fromage blanc are typically OK up to about 2 weeks after the sell by date.
The company claims that the meats used in the food have not had hormones or steroids added to them.
In addition, the company refuses to use animal by-products in their food.
Others attest to healthier, glossier coats and brighter eyes.
A big selling point for this food is the fact that they do not use corn, wheat, or soy products, nor do they add artificial flavors or artificial colors.