Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 15
Rated 3 out of 5 by Momcat129 Order the 3-ounce cans
I bought a few 3-ounce cans from my local store to try this. The consistency was smooth and soft, and the pate in the can was surrounded by liquid. My cats liked it. So I ordered 2 cases of the 5 1/2-ounce cans because I have 3 cats. The pate in the larger cans is coarse, firm, and contains lots of bone chips, and there is no liquid. The cats are eating it, but do not like it as well, and I am concerned about the large amount of bone chips. I might try the 3-ounce cans again but will stay away from the larger cans.
July 19, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5
by Tonk2Sons Excellent nutrition with no vomiting!
I have been feeding Instinct Limited Ingredient Diet Duck canned cat food to my two Tonkinese for almost a year now with excellent results. It all but stopped any IBD vomiting while giving excellent nutrition and blood work check ups, with improved hydration. I personally warm the can at feeding time in warm water and add a teaspoon of bottled water while feeding in smaller spaced out portions to sooth a sensitive tummy with excellent results.
November 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5
by AnjellicleCats Excellent quality
I am a foster with a rescue group in New York City and I currently have 17 kittens and cats in my care. Recently, they were having bowel issues and the consensus was to try a food with only one protein and no additional ingredients. I chose this formula and was very pleased with the results, not to mention how much the kids loved it! Unfortunately, it is a little pricey and the case is only 12 cans, which doesn't go far when feeding this many, but it did the job and I highly recommend this product.
February 20, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by TheMedusaCascade Great product!
My cats have been eating Nature's Variety Limited Ingredient canned food for a few months now, and they definitely prefer the duck over the turkey. They never eat all of the turkey, but they tend to eat most of the duck. I like that there is just one animal protein in this as opposed to several. One of my cats has a sensitive stomach, and he has not vomited this food up. We have repurchased this several times now, and we will continue to repurchase it! (I just wish it didn't contain the unnecessary peas!)
January 4, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by buffy157 Iffy
My two cats ate the Duck cat food when I first received it. After about 4 or 5 days, they didn't really care about it anymore so they started leaving some in their dishes. In the beginning they ate everything. Unfortunately for my cats, I have quite a bit of the canned Duck food so they won't have a choice if they're hungry. They do prefer the lamb.
April 18, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Justine11 Great product!
Especially like the new limited ingredients varieties. Please do more, like rabbit? Nature's Variety rabbit solved my cat's allergy to chicken but I would be happier without the pork in the formula.
June 4, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Grace My kitten doesn't like it. Neither do I.
I normally feed my kitten Weruva. I like how it is real meat and is highly moisture and she likes it too. But it doesn't provide enough calories for a growing kitten. I like Tiki but they only have two flavor without fish. I searched around and wanted to try Nature's Variety. However, when I opened the can I was disappointed. The food looks dry. My kitten did eat it. She was hungry and was crying for food when I opened the can. But once she had a few bites she stopped eating. She ate less than 1/4 of the can (she normally ate more than 1/3. I gave her some Weruva after she stopped eating and she started eating again. I like Nature's Variety's formula and how they have more flavors and more calories in their food. Just not moisture enough for me and attractive enough for my kitten.
July 27, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5
by CI1000 Excellent choice for IBD
My sweet girl, Marcella, has been suffering from IBD (Inflammatory Bowel Disease) for over 3 years and it is incredibly difficult to find food that she will eat and most importantly does not cause diarrhea or vomiting. When she was first diagnosed she was able to eat many different "novel" foods and my vet recommended Nature's Variety. I have been feeding her Nature's Variety off and on for over three years. She developed an intolerance for egg which is in some of the Nature's Variety products so I can no longer feed her those foods. I have tried so many different foods over the past few months it is making me crazy..... She became really sick a couple of weeks ago and I couldn't figure out what to do..... so I put her back on Nature's Variety Limited Ingredient foods and am so thankful that after 1 week she is healthy again. This particular flavor has a nice consistency.... and she loves it!! Thank you Nature's Variety for making a one protein product that my cat loves!!
July 10, 2015