Rated 5 out of 5 by LI233 Good example of real customer service
In this day and age when promises of customer service are high and advertised hourly, it's reaffirming to have a company that actually responds immediately to a reported problem even though it was not their fault in the first place. I attempted to expand my cat's diet and bought some catfood that turned out to be unacceptable to the cat because of her allergies. I notified Chewy to ask for a return of the opened case and they gave me total credit and asked me to take the catfood to the nearest animal shelter. Hooray for Chewy!!
June 21, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by GinC CATS WON'T TOUCH IT
This used to be a favorite but it seems like the formula was changed. It used to be pink, looked like ground meat, and the cats loved it. The latest batch is just a gray sticky blob that the cats won't touch.
December 25, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5
by kat4 The cat food has great ingredients
My cat LOVES this food! He has allergies and this food works well for him.
January 6, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mainecoonmama TOP QUALITY FOR YOUR KITTY
When I pop open a can of Instinct, my Maine Coon feline family gathers at my feet waiting for their plates to be filled. All ages from 6 weeks to 17 years start singing its praises. High in protein, it looks like meat; it even has some fat on the top, which is good for cats. It's solid real meat, not filler, not grain, not gelatin, and it smells like meat. My cats have nice shiny coats, good boning, and playful personalities, and Instinct plays a big part in that. . I feed Instinct to them with confidence, knowing that I, as a responsible cat "parent" am giving them the best nutrition I can buy.
April 13, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by naystershineshines Not missing the beef
They didn't like it at all. I would put it in their bowl and they'd look at me like you're crazy and walk away.
February 15, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by atlas Poor quality
I heard about Nature's Variety and ordered three cases. I was very disappointed because the food was very dry, like cement. I had to cut it out of the can with a knife and add hot water to loosen it up. At nearly two dollars per can, this is not the quality I want for my kitties. I'll be going back to Halo.
March 24, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Ackgirl1 Nothing memorable.
My cat hated it , she sniffed it once and walked away. It has a metallic smell to it. I still have the entire box sitting at home.
June 23, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by CitiVerse Best quality canned food I've found
My cat loves this brand of food, and it's great that there are a number of varieties to alternate with (avoiding the development of food allergies from only eating the same protein for a long time)...since the base formula is similar in all of them, it doesn't upset his stomach to make a quick switch in flavors during the same week. And he seems to enjoy the variety, the food always disappears quickly from his plate.
I love this brand of food for him, since it doesn't have guar gum or carrageenan, two ingredients which have debatable safety issues for cats to ingest. Because these two ingredients are missing, that is perhaps why the texture is firmer than other brands. I don't find it a problem, and always add hot water to the food anyway so it's tastier when out of the fridge, with the added benefit of increasing his water intake. I've found there to be more than enough moisture in the beef variety, even without adding the water.
Also I'm unsure if it's a coincidence, but since feeding him this brand, my cat's health has greatly improved. Before this he was constantly coughing, and was about to be tested for asthma. After being 100% on this brand (in combination with Nature's Variety raw and Primal Raw food), his coughing has completely stopped. And his fur is so soft, he feels like a baby bunny. By the way, for anyone wondering where the rabbit for this brand is sourced from, I contacted the company and was told the meat was sourced from France. Good to know for anyone avoiding meat originating from China.
I highly recommend this brand!
June 20, 2015