Rated 1 out of 5 by Angelene Not Good...
The cat is not very happy with this food. She ate a bit at first...the next day would not even want to touch it and started burying it at the first sight. Also, her litter box smelled horrible, and I did not feel like this food is good for her.
May 30, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Jacalyn Don't seem to enjoy it
My 9 rescue cats usually lick their bowls clean within 30 minutes, but the Evangers has been out a couple of hours and there is still plenty of food left. :(
February 8, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Trudi cat HATED it!
My cat is usually an enthusiastic eater, but absolutely refused to take even one bite of Evanger's. If you're going to try it, buy just one can and see if your cat likes it before spending money on a case.
December 1, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by DogMomFL Great!
We give our furkid (dog) her "good meals" with this and her dry food and she loves it! It's great to supplement her diet with and there is nothing added so it is great for dogs with allergies. I definitely recommend it!
April 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by PepperLuv My picky eaters love this
My picky eaters love this & allergy dogs love this and the pheasant
I don't think the duck would appeal to cats as much . All my dogs & rescues eat this can food only
Thanks from Tuckers Way Rescue & Sanctuary Inc.
March 28, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Geisty VERY DISTASTEFUL TO CATS AND DOGS ...
Unfortunately, my cats just hate this stuff and won't eat it. Neither will my dog. Even the outside feral cats whom I often feed turn up their noses at Evanger's DUCK ... I strongly feel that I wasted money on this product. I do not recommend it under any circumstances ... it simply very distasteful to cats and dogs ... TM
May 17, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Brittbella Great treat for my dog
I put this in my dog's kong to prevent separation anxiety and he loves it!!
March 23, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by mdevs Some of the best food that you can feed your cat(s)
I have been buying this product along with a few of the other Evanger's cat/dog food (rabbit and pheasant). These three (duck, rabbit, pheasant), are all among the three best things for your cat to eat. House cats are supposed to eat the food that would be in their diet if they were still wild animals. They are not supposed to eat processed foods, carbs, or some of the other things that get put into some pet foods (such as gravy, vegetables, or even cheese).
One great thing about this food is that it only contains four ingredients. It does contain animal byproducts (feather, bone, tendon, etc); this may sound unpleasant to a human, but a cat's body is perfectly suited to eating an entire small animal, and these byproducts are very healthy for cats. Many other foods will add things such as vegetables, gravy, and even cheese, which are all unhealthy for cats. Cats are carbohydrate and lactose intolerant, so it is best to avoid any sugars, dairy, and fruit/veggies. Yes, they may enjoy eating food like that, but it's not healthy for them and it should not make up a significant portion of their diet.
I will admit that this food does not smell good. Frankly, it kind of stinks, but it is not made for me to enjoy. I just want to make sure that I am getting the best food that I can get for my cats, and they both really enjoy this food. I have spoken with my vet about their diets in great detail, and I am convinced that this food is some of the best stuff that you can get to feed to a house cat. Moreover, the Evanger's brand contains less ingredients (which is a good thing) and is generally more affordable than other comparable brands.
As a serving tip, I would recommend adding hot water to the wet food and mixing it up thoroughly. Many cats will not drink water, but they do need it and including it in their diet will insure that they are well hydrated. The water also aids in digestion. I usually add about 3/4 a can of water per one can of food. It will be rather soupy so it is best to serve it in a deep dish or a bowl.
October 14, 2015