Domino Tries Out Rachael Ray Nutrish
My cat, Domino, is a great little friend. He’s put up with our family for eight years and has provided us with many laughs and much love. He even puts up with the dog, mostly. In return, we like to take good care of him by playing with him, feeding him well and letting him sleep pretty much anywhere he pleases.
Even though he’s eight now, he’s still playful and curious. He knows when something’s for him…and he wants it…now. Here he is trying to explore this new bag of cat food. It’s Zero Grain Whitefish Dry Cat Food by Rachael Ray!
My cat, Domino, catching a fish…toy. #catsofinstagram #cat #tuxedocat #playing #NutrishZeroGrain #sponsored A video posted by Joy (@joyjoyslife) on
Just like their owners, pets need to exercise and eat well. Have you ever noticed that pets sometimes get bored? I have. Sometimes the old toys just don’t peak their interest anymore. My tip is to put those toys away for a while and try a different kind of toy. Domino likes those little cat nip mice, batting around old pen tops and just about anything tied to a string. When he gets tired of those things, I get out the laser pointer and have him chase that. He loves his new fish toy! Later when he tires of it, I’ll put it away, rotate the toys and get it out when it’s new to him again. He’ll be like, “New toy!!” LOL!
Domino really likes his new food! I like that it’s #1 ingredient is real whitefish and that it has Zero grains, glutens or fillers. It also has Zero meat or poultry by-product meal and Zero artificial preservatives, colors or flavors. It’s the first zero grain dry cat formula from Rachael Ray Nutrish.
In 2007, with help from pet nutrition experts, Rachael Ray created Nutrish ultra-premium food and treats for dogs. In 2014, they grew the brand into the world of cat food. Nutrish recipes are made with simple natural ingredients and do not contain meat or poultry by-product meal or fillers. Real meat is the #1 ingredient in their cat food and all recipes were inspired by Rachael’s kitchen.
Here’s something cool you might not know: Rachael’s personal proceeds go to Rachael’s Rescue, created to help shelter pets. As of today, over $9 million has gone toward food, medical supplies and treatments for animals in need. Very nice. Domino came from a shelter to our home eight years ago. I know he gives two paws up to Rachael’s Rescue.
You can find Rachael Ray Nutrish in your local grocery store, as well as mass retailers like Target, Walmart and Amazon. Let your pet try it out and use this $3 coupon when you shop!