Rated 5 out of 5 by Kitt Kittens thriwing
I feed Go! only to the kittens. Good ingredients, kittens love it and they grow like a weed. I use dry Go! and canned, never any problems with digestion.
March 4, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Michelle51 Sounds good, but...
Cats hate it. Wish they liked it, as it appears to be an excellent product.
May 23, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by cfdww This product is high in protein and fat leaving the grains out...just what the doctor ordered for my girl...
I have an 8 year old Siamese cat who has developed diabetes. We tried many different products including all diets recommended by the veterinarian. She has to be given two needles daily and prior to using Go! she continued to have difficulty adjusting to her new lifestyle. She didn't like the new food in the beginning however, over time she has adjusted very well. She will take it over any other soft food offered to her. We also give her the Go dry food so she can top up when needed. We are so grateful we have found a food that is so protein rich and grain free...
January 1, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Magg My Cats Go! for Go!
I try to feed my cats a variety of brands and flavors, while sticking to a grain-free menu. I started feeding them Go! Grain-Free Chicken, Turkey + Duck Pate Formula in rotation a few months ago. I thought they might have a problem with the dense texture or the combination of poultry meats. Boy, was I wrong! All 3 cats have no problem scrambling for their bowls at mealtimes! I had no transition problems at all with this food. Which is a relief, because it seems to be a terrific cat food, very healthy.
The poultry products are chicken, turkey, chicken liver, turkey liver, duck, and salmon. I like the inclusion of the organ meats as well as the variety of poultry. All of these are at the top of the ingredient list, before anything else. The company lists the protein content at 12%, which is exceptional for a canned cat food. Fruits, vegetables, chelated minerals, vitamins, herbs and neutraceuticals round out the list.
The nutritional analysis is as follows:
Crude protein (min): 12%, crude fat (min): 8%, crude fiber(max): 1%, moisture (max): 78%. There are 209 calories per can. No grain, no gluten, no byproduct meals, no growth hormones or artificial anything. Lower than average carbs, low fat.
With a moisture content of 78%, this is a food with a very dense, thick, homogenized pate texture. So, this food may not be for every feline.
Petcurean sources its ingredients from regional farms and ranches in Canada, is family-owned and makes all of its own products.
A long way of saying, I'm so glad that my cats have the good taste to Go! for something so good!
November 18, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Dino My kitty prefers it over 3 other cat and kitten foods.
For the short while I've been feeding my kitten this food, he seems to like it more than the other high protein brands I've been giving. He always cleans the dish of Go! and leaves little bits of the other brands when I feed those. I've been alternating different foods and have eliminated one and very well may eliminate another. So far I'm very pleased with this cat food.
July 2, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by moonlight what's with the prices
One week it is 88 on sale for 66, next is 66 on sale for 49. Sounds like big pharmaceutical companies jerking us around. my cats love it. I don't trust the company. They seem to be I'm for money and not what people can afford. fix the prices and I'll buy it.
November 21, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by mary11 Cats hate it
My local pet stores do not carry this brand, and since it had good reviews I decided to try it. Influenced by the reviews, against better judgement, I decided to buy it in this place, where you don't have individual units but have to buy the full tray. Cats hate it even when I try small bits mixed with their all time favorite (tuna). I will have to give away the entire tray of cans.
September 23, 2015