Rated 5 out of 5 by GryffinsMom Gryffin loves it!
I'm sure my story is similar to most. My cat suddenly stopped eating his regular food. I've been on a search ever since to find a good replacement. He loves this and has been eating it consistently for a few weeks. We are both happy!
May 17, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Judith42 VERY GOOD FOOD
EXCELLENT INGREDIENTS ETC. SURPRISINGLY MY CAT HO USUALLY LOVES ALMOST ALL FOODS HAS REFUSED TO EAT THIS. MY OTHER USUALLY FUSSY EATER SEEMS TO LOVE IT. I DO NOT KNOW IF HE WILL CONTINUE TO LOVE IT SO I WILL NOT PUT IT ON THEIR ROTATION. CATS ARE AMAZINGLY FICKLE . THEY NEVER CEASE TO AMAZE ME. I DO THINK IT IS A VERY GOOD FOOD AND MOST CATS WILL PROBABLY LIKE IT.
March 15, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Kalynn Decent Ingedients, Cats Love it
This food is a pate and smells pretty good as cat foods go. It's pretty thick, so I have been adding a little water to get it to an appropriate consistency. After feeding it 50/50 with a natural dry diet for about a week, here are my thoughts:
- My cats love this food. They love it more than any other food I've ever fed them including Fancy Feast. Both of them lick the bowls clean even my dry food addict.
- It has no fish. This is great for the contaminant issue but critical for us since one of the cats is allergic to fish.
- High protein, pretty good ingredients.
- No carageen.
The Not So Good
- Has pea flour. What does a cat need with legume flour? It's just a way to add cheap carbs while staying "grain free."
- Menadione Dimethylpyrimidinol Bisulfite- Since there is no fish in this food, I'm not sure why vitamin K supplementation is necessary.
Conclusion: For me, it's a winner so far because the cats will eat it, and while I wish some the ingredients were different, I'm generally happy with the quality.
March 17, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Kitty good quality cat food.
My cat loves this food. Really good quality cat food.
Will keep buying.
March 11, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by panchokitty Cans are weird
I don't know where they process this but I'd switch. The cans are just weird. The dog food has discoloring on the inside of the lid and the food has a layer of gunk on the top. I've bought canned food from almost every manufacturer and I've never seen food canned like this. Cats ate it grudgingly.
January 26, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by 3catmom "New" By Nature canned cat food, "Olio" it's not!
I am not impressed with the new "by nature" chicken/chicken liver canned cat food. Only 2 of our 4 cats will eat it, and then only after we put primal freeze dried food on top of it. "Olio" it is not!!! A lady from by nature told me it is very similar to the "olio" brand they used to have. Not at all! I heard it is now made in a foreign country and not in the United States. This food is very light in color, has "gel" on top and in it. The smaller around cans are taller and it's hard to get the food out of the can because it is very thick, and you can't get it all out of the crease in the bottom sides of the can. Not sure if I will buy this again, I guess I will see if my cats will eat the remaining 22 cans.
July 14, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by SouthernCountiesRescue Some like it, some don't
I do rescue so have lots of cats with different backgrounds mostly use to eating junk food. Some of my cats will eat this and others really don't care for it.
I would give 4 stars based on ingredients but would give it 2 stars based on the number who want to eat it, so ended up with 3 stars.
September 18, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by jroch Digestion problems vastly improved. Cats love the taste.
We were feeding 4 cats Wellness canned Turkey and 3/4 of the cats had digestive problem (loose stools and vomiting). I had tried adding probiotics, pumpkin and food grade diotamaceous earth to their food with minimal improvement.
Once we switched to By Nature, the problems improved immediately without any supplements. I think the carrageenan was a problem. All cats love the new food.
August 31, 2015