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We set out to make Tender & True better from the beginning, with no compromises and with the certifications to prove it. This grain-free diet is not only USDA certified organic, but we have partnered with the Global Animal Partnership (GAP), a third-party nonprofit organization, to guarantee that the organic turkey in each and every Tender & True Organic Turkey & Liver Recipe has been certified humanely raised.

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    Grand Junction, CO

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    As victims of interbreeding, my 2 barn cats (by heritage, not by profession) can be rather delicate. One especially has chronic digestive problems. As for myself, I am particular about choosing food for my animals that is humanely raised and killed, which makes Tender and True products a suitable choice. Also, the cans are recyclable, another bonus. Better yet, the prices are entirely reasonable for the quality of the product. My cats love it. I am happy with it.

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    My cat skippy loved this food. When I opened the can it did have an overpowering aroma like a few other brands have. The texture was soft and easy to scoop from the can. He heard the spoon against his bowl and came running. Licked the bowl clean! Now my finicky cat won’t be so picky with his foods!!

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    I got home and brought the mail in today and my cat was obsessed with this box. I fed her one of the cans and she devoured it. This was probably the first can of food that she ever finished and even meowed for more. I definitely highly recommend it to others!

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    Tender & True organic cat food has great ingredients. I’m feeding my cat the turkey and liver recipe and she seemed to be very happy about it. She went right to the bowl and started gobbling it up. She usually leaves some food and picks throughout the day but she ate the whole bowl. She thinks this food is a keeper.

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    My senior cat (she'll be 13 years old this summer) is picky. She only eats grain free food, she only likes poultry flavors (for the most part). She isn't a huge fan of pate, but as she is getting older her ability to chew is making her rethink her life choices. I was pleasantly surprised when she gobbled the food up in minutes. Okay, I admit, she could be in a food eating competition with the rate she eats her food, we tell her to slow down...but I don't think she's learned English. She now wakes us up at 5am to beckon us to the kitchen where we find her nuzzling the box of food on the floor begging us to feed her. I still have one eye open because it's 5am and I haven't had coffee yet. I would call this a huge win in our household. Anytime this picky feline begs for food we know it's a winner.