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6-Lb Rachael Ray Nutrish Super Premium Dry Cat Food (Real Chicken & Brown Rice)

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Amazon.com has 6 lbs Rachael Ray Nutrish Dry Cat Food (various flavors) on sale from $6 when you checkout with Subscribe and Save (select the later date from the "First Delivery On" menu). Shipping is free. Thanks JuJuFrankenbean, limetwist and LoganS2191

Note: You may cancel Subscribe & Save anytime after your order ships.Alternatively, Chewy has for New Autoship Customers: 6-Lb Rachael Ray Nutrish Superfood Blends Dry Cat Food (various flavors) on sale from $6.32. Add 8 to cart to receive free shipping. Save an additional 30% when you sign up for Autoship. Total will vary by options chosen.
  1. Add your choice of 8 of the 6-Lb Rachael Ray Nutrish Superfood Blends Dry Cat Food
  2. Continue to checkout
  3. Select Autoship to receive extra 30% off your first Autoship order
  4. Total will be from $35.39 (from $4.42 per bag) depending on varieties selected + Free Shipping

    Also available: Chewy has for their New Autoship Members: 14-Lbs Rachael Ray Nutrish Natural Salmon & Brown Rice Recipe Dry Cat Food for $12.33. Add 4 to cart (to qualify for free shipping) for $49.32 - select 30% off with Autoship at checkout = $34.52. Shipping is free
Note: You may cancel Autoship anytime after your order ships

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Amazon [amazon.com] has the 6-Lb Rachael Ray Nutrish Superfood Blends Dry Cat Food on sale from $6 when you checkout via subscribe & save. Shipping is free.

Note: You can cancel your S&S any time after your order shipsAlso available:

Chewy [chewy.com] has for New Autoship Customers: 6-Lb Rachael Ray Nutrish Superfood Blends Dry Cat Food (various flavors) on sale from $6.32. Add 8 to cart to receive free shipping. Save an additional 30% when you sign up for Autoship. Total will vary by options chosen. Thanks limetwist!
  1. Add your choice of 8 of the 6-Lb Rachael Ray Nutrish Superfood Blends Dry Cat Food
  2. Continue to checkout
  3. Select Autoship to receive extra 30% off your first Autoship order
  4. Total will be from $35.39 (from $4.42 per bag) depending on varieties selected
Also available: Chewy has for their New Autoship Members: 14-Lbs Rachael Ray Nutrish Natural Salmon & Brown Rice Recipe Dry Cat Food [chewy.com] for $12.33. Add 4 to cart (to qualify for free shipping) for $49.32 - select 30% off with Autoship at checkout = $34.52. Shipping is free.


Note: You can cancel Autoship anytime after your order ships
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price info before discounts
Lowest$6.69
Current$6.69
Average 3 months$8.64
Average 6 months$9.28
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6.32 on www.chewy.com Just FYI
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I picked a bag up. Thanks.
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Bought 3. Purchased some a few weeks ago from Target. My cat likes it. She should be good for a few days now.
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40% s&s 10% off for 14 lb bag. Ends up being about the same price for more than twice the food
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This is probably a good deal on a certainly healthier cat food than average - but most of the research I've read is grain free is best as animals aren't meant to eat grain (eg rice). Ive heard good things about the Kirkland / Costco brand - likely not as cheap as this
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40% s&s 10% off for 14 lb bag. Ends up being about the same price for more than twice the food
What 40%off?
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What 40%off?
Suppose it's YMMV. I was offered 40% S&S for any size
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This is probably a good deal on a certainly healthier cat food than average - but most of the research I've read is grain free is best as animals aren't meant to eat grain (eg rice). Ive heard good things about the Kirkland / Costco brand - likely not as cheap as this
here is a great site for ratings.
http://catfooddb.com/brand/rachae...%20nutrish
i would never feed my cat this crap.

amazon currently has coupons for 30% off many Nulo foods:
https://slickdeals.net/f/13798259-nulo-cat-and-dog-wet-and-dry-foods-30-off-coupon-free-shipping-w-s-s?p=134265413#post134265413

Nulo makes very high quality foods:
http://catfooddb.com/brand/nulo

Instinct is another consistent brand with decent sales from time to time.
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This is probably a good deal on a certainly healthier cat food than average - but most of the research I've read is grain free is best as animals aren't meant to eat grain (eg rice). Ive heard good things about the Kirkland / Costco brand - likely not as cheap as this
That's exactly what I thought. Rice in cat food just doesn't make sense.
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I just ordered a 14lb bag for $6.86 for first subscribe and save. On amazon
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Thanks. This will add in well with the mixture I feed to 10 Feral cat's to supplement their daily hunting diet.
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Suppose it's YMMV. I was offered 40% S&S for any size
40% is first time S&S pet food order. you could have used that on a much higher quality more expensive food.
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