Stella and Chewy was kind enough to send us a bag of Marie’s Magical Dinner Dust for Cats, in Cage Free Chicken Recipe for free to review. However, this in no way affects our review.
On the lookout for a meal topper for your cat, if they are a chicken fan you will want to give a look at Stella and Chewy’s Maries Magical Dinner Dust for cats. This treat topper for cats is offered in two flavors, Cage Free Chicken as well as Salmon and Chicken.
Why Give your Cat a Meal Topper?
You may have seen this new trend popping up, meal toppers for pets. It’s becoming more and more popular to add these into your cats diet. But why? Is it just a move to get you to spend more money? Well, maybe but it does have lots of health benefits for your cats as well!
Extra Vitamins and Minerals
This treat topper allows you to add the power and taste of raw to your cat’s diet. But without the hassle of having to make it yourself or drop a ton of money on a premixed raw food for your cat. Having a freezer dried alternative makes raw food for your cat more affordable and easier to handle.
Encourage Picker Eaters, to Eat!
Do you have a cat that is super fussy? Yeah I have been there too. We have dealt with everything from a cat who won’t touch anything outside of kibble to having to manage kidney disease. Some days it has been a battle to get our cat to eat.
A treat topper isn’t a complete meal for your cat. It’s meant to be super yummy and irresistible to cats. Think of it like a candy bar for cats, but this time the candy bar is actually healthy and providing nutrition.
How To Use a Meal Topper for Cats
This meal topper isn’t limited to just use on wet food, you can use it of dry kibble, wet food or even raw food (great tool to help with the transition).
To use simply unscrew the convienent pour spout and sprinkle 1/2 tablespoon of Marie’s Magical Dinner Dust on every 1/4 cup of your cat’s food.
Sudden changes in diet, including overfeeding, can sometimes result in digestive issues. Always introduce any new food to your by slowly mixing with your current diet for the first 7-10 days, increasing the amount.
Remember this product is intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only. It is not appropriate for this to be the sole food you feed your cat.
What’s In Stella and Chewy’s Maries Magical Dinner Dust
It’s alway important to look at the ingredients of any food before giving it to your cat. You want to look out for additives or any ingredients your cat may have a bad reaction to. I have two cats with food allergies so I always have to be on the lookout for fillers that may aggravate them.
FULL INGREDIENT LIST – Cage Free Chicken Recipe
Chicken (ground with bone), chicken liver, chicken gizzard, pumpkin seed, potassium chloride, sodium phosphate, choline chloride, fenugreek seed, dried Pediococcus acidilactici fermentation product, dried Lactobacillus acidophilus fermentation product, dried Bifidobacterium longum fermentation product, dried Bacillus coagulans fermentation product, taurine, tocopherols (preservative), dandelion greens, salt, dried kelp, zinc proteinate, iron proteinate, vitamin A supplement, vitamin E supplement, niacin supplement, copper proteinate, riboflavin supplement, sodium selenite, d-calcium pantothenate, biotin, manganese proteinate, thiamine mononitrate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, vitamin D3 supplement, folic acid, vitamin B12 supplement.
Conclusion on Stella and Chewy’s Maries Magical Dinner Dust
Well out of all four of our cats agree they love it. I added it to their wet food feeding and it was a hit, plates were wiped clean and I was happy they got a nutrient boost.
Our two cats that can have reactions to some of the cheaper foods packed with fillers were totally fine. No breakouts, skin rashes or vomiting over the last two weeks adding this into their nighttime meal.
If you would like to try Stella and Chewy’s Maries Magical Dinner Dust for yourself you can head over to Chewy and pickup a bag for your cats.