Blue Buffalo Wilderness Duck Grain-Free Canned Cat Food
Finicky Diabetic Adopted Cat
Almost two years ago, I adopted a beautiful, part Maine Coon, Orange tabby. He was about 10. He would only eat dry food. A few months ago, he suddenly dropped a quarter of his body weight. He was diagnosed with diabetes and is on insulin twice daily. I tried to wean him from the dry to the canned prescription food to no avail. I then searched for a wet low carb, no grain food that he would eat. I went through many brands and varieties until I found Blue Buffalo Wilderness Duck Recipe. It is the only food he will eat and he loves it. His blood glucose went from 500+ to 139 presently. He is playful and happy and obviously feels much better. Thank you for making a product that is so healthy for our feline friends. It probably helped to saved this big boy's life.
July 22, 2012
Finicky cat loves it!
Have tried endless canned cat food and Lucy would lick some of the juice and leave the rest to dry up and be tossed away. All other canned foods smelled disgusting. Switched her to Blue and she dives into it and will nibble throughout the day. She's only 6 lbs. so one can is a little too much for her. But she easily eats the whole food. Have not had hairball problems and there is less throwing up, which she had from all previous foods -- sensitive stomach.
February 17, 2012
Only food diabetic cat will eat
My beautiful adopted cat developed diabetes and is on insulin shots twice daily. He had been fed dry food before I adopted him and it took a while to wean him to wet food. He turned his nose up at the prescription food and since he had lost 3.5 of his 12 pounds, I kept trying to find food that was low in carbs and high in protein that he would eat. Finally, I found Blue Buffalo Wilderness. He won't eat all the varieties but loves the duck. He has regained his weight, is no longer dehydrated and his BG has dropped from over 500 to 174 in 6 weeks. He is playful and is the happy cat he was before.
The food is carefully packaged with clear wrap. One company's food arrived with a box filled with live ants. No such problem with this company. Thank you for your good work.
July 7, 2012
Good wholesome product
My cats do well with the duck food. One cat has a skin allergy; she eats it with no bad itching as a result. And the other 2 eat it as well without a problem. It fills them up and makes them happy.
I wish it came in 5.5 oz cans. Might cost less?
January 28, 2013
Our cat can't get enough of this. He uses his paw to wipe the last bits left on his dish. Then, he licks his paw. Genius! We were shocked when we first saw this.
December 23, 2013
This is the only product that my cats dont go crazy for
I thought the ingredients would tempt their taste buds but no, so I just add it to one of their many favorite foods and it gets eaten. I would recommend it to those who don't have picky choosey eaters
December 8, 2013
Blue Buffalo Wilderness Grain-Free Duck Recipe Canned Cat Food
Wish my kitty liked it, but she is so finicky and she will take two bites and walk away. So sorry.
March 10, 2013