A cat food called Salmon and Egg Breakfast Scramble? I know, it sounds like a truly weird food combination, but the people at Nutro apparently knew what they were doing. I say that because the little furball who rules our house absolutely loved her can of this stuff – and begged for more!
If you’ve ever had migas – sort of a breakfast taco without the tortilla wrapped around it – then you’re familiar with the texture and look of this cat food. It’s about a fifty-fifty mix of little chunks of salmon and scrambled eggs, looking for all the world like something you might find at your neighborhood breakfast place (assuming you live in Texas, where migas are frequently served). According to the label, salmon is the first ingredient followed by a couple of meat broths (chicken and pork). Then comes “egg product,” chicken and chicken livers, plus a long list of vitamins and minerals. There’s not a speck of grain. About the only thing that seems even a little off is the “egg product,” which purveyors of foods that don’t contain it claim is “nasty.” Since kitty takes two days to eat three ounces of the food, that doesn’t bother me (neither do most claims made by people who make money when you believe the claims).
The cat loves the stuff and wants more. What’s not to like?