Weruva Canned Cat Food - Mack & Jack
Should you like a full tray of 85g / 156g tins, please order 24 units.
Mack & Jack, you Omega-3 maniac! Made with mackerel and skipjack tuna. With the United States consuming nearly a third of the world's catch, simply put, skipjack is the most popularly consumed tuna in the world, surpassing albacore nearly eight times over.
We are proud to present WERUVA, a luxurious “human style” canned food made from natural, fit for human consumption ingredients. Weruva formulas are produced under veterinary scrutiny in a USDA approved, ISO 9001 certified human food facility, using many of the ingredients and processes that are used in products made for people.
The base proteins of chicken, beef and fish include only top quality muscle meat, such as white breast chicken, whole tuna loins and select cuts of beef. Then fresh vegetables and other unique items such as grilled skipjack, tilapia and red bigeye tuna are added, as well as calamari and shirasu. Additionally, all the formulas are grain-free, the fish is sustainably harvested, low mercury, dolphin and turtle safe, and the chicken is antibiotic, hormone-free and free-range.
Weruva is formulated with the carnivore in mind. Their nutritional philosophy revolves around high-quality protein, minimal carbohydrates, and high moisture content. Whether it is a chicken, beef, or fish-based formula, the cooking process is started by flaking the fleshy, meaty cuts off the bone. These ingredients are then hand placed into cans, thereby allowing you to see the cuts of meat or fish used and how they have been processed.
Weruva ingredients maintain a natural look and recognisable texture that allows the pet owner to see and understand the ingredients…so what you see is what you get! No more mystery mush. And it tastes amazing too!
We know your furry babies will love the taste of these wonderful complete and balanced canned foods that can be fed as a treat, topper or as the mainstay of a pet’s diet.
“Weruva’s getting a rep for enticing finicky felines with taste standards so high they’d sooner fast than eat less than the best” – Julia Szabo, Pet Reporter, New York Post.