Rated 5 out of 5 by MathMarm Hard food to canned, they finally ate it!
I've been reading how unhealthy all hard foods are for cats, and when my four began to vomit it up every day, I had to find a way to change them over to canned food. I've tried Weruva, Wellness... and they just didn't want to eat any of it, unless it was tuna flavor (not good).
FINALLY, I found a flavor they actually seem to like. Rockstar Rabbit is their favorite, but they also will eat without too much trouble the Ritzy's Rabbit and Cheshire Chicken. What an improvement! I see it has a lot of chemicals, but not Carrageenan, one that I was hoping to avoid.
It's the only canned food I've found so far that they actually like.
July 29, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by woody8834 Cats didn't like it
The food has nice texture and the food smell good but my cats did not like it at all -- They Loved the Chicken but really had no appetite for the rabbit which really surprised me in reading everyone else's comments but cats are finicky our two cats are as different as day and night at times
July 11, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by SarahLR Way to go!
My 4-year-old neutered male cat was recently found to have some crystals in his urine, and the vet recommended that I try to add wet food to his diet. I had made a some effort to get him and his sister to eat wet food a couple of years previously, but they were resolutely uninterested. I bought several different brands of food in a variety of different proteins/flavors, and was very relieved when my little dude took to the Rockstar Rabbit. He now seems to prefer wet food to dry!
July 2, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Momcat129 A hypoallergenic cat food with pieces and sauce!
One of my cats was recently diagnosed as having inflammatory bowel disease, and his vet recommended a hypoallergenic diet---specifically, one without grain and with a protein the cat had not had before. The problem: all the other hypoallergenic foods I found were in a smooth or pate formula. My cats were used to eating a food with pieces in sauce and would not touch any of the smooth varieties I tried. I was relieved and thrilled to find Rockstar's Rabbit, a hypoallergenic food formulated as flaked pieces in a sauce. My cats love it, and their coats have become very shiny and glossy since I began feeding it to them.
December 22, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by rescuepets pets love this
Our cats and dogs love this food. If we forget to pick it up, the dog will also eat it.
November 2, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by CatMamax7 A nice treat
All of my cats loved this food, however, several of them had loose stools after eating it. I would give it to them once in awhile since they enjoyed it so much but I wouldn't give it to them on a regular basis.
October 18, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by KittenLitter Cat's happy, I'm happy.
My cat, who tends to prefer seafood, loves this rabbit dish. I'm glad because it's important for him to have a carnivorous variety, and Pride includes healthy organ meats without some of the junk we see in other brands. For whatever reason, my cat isn't fond of big chunks, so having this available in a flaked variety is excellent.
October 16, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Ezra24 2 out of 3
Two out of Three will eat this. I don't support carrageenan or guar gum additives though. My picky child refused to eat. These have a square shape and a little bit of gravy.
June 28, 2014