Rated 5 out of 5 by PegasusPrime Nutro Max Senior canned food works for my dowager princess
When Xena reached "senior" status my vet recommended providing her with cat food formulated for seniors. My vet and I agree that most cats do better on a diet composed primarily of wet food. Dry food is used as a treat.
There weren't a lot of senior canned foods available and I was using the Friskies Senior varieties, but discovered the better ingredients of the Nutro Max Senior formula. Xena, who is now 14, enjoyed the flavor and it has become her mainstay. When Friskies discontinued its senior line of canned cat foods I was very glad for having already switched to the Nutro Max!
February 1, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Terri777 My cats LOVE this food
I have 4 cats. None of them 'senior' but one of my kitties has a 4 food allergies. (Ugh!) Feeding separate foods would be a pain and since they're all within a year of the same age, I like feeding them the same thing. I feed them all wet food and only a few kibbles of dry as a treat, so this is their main food. From the very first day - the first can, even - they gobbled this up and licked their plates. On of our kitties, who never licked her plate clean before, goes around and checks the others' plates to see if there are any bits left. I don't know why some senior cats don't like it by my cats (all age 3-4) devour it as soon as I put it down.
January 17, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Penguin Senior Cat Food
This is great for my 14 year old cat.
She loves it. I mix it and make it like a stew.
Thumbs Up !!
February 21, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by Liza So not appealing to my senior kittie
We used to order Friskies senior lamb and rice, which was shredded bits with lots of gravy. LuckyCat LOVED it. Suddenly Chewy isn't carrying it anymore. So I looked for other similar senior products, ordered this. It's dry—even for a pate—and totally not attracting her nose. I've had to stir it up, add drops of water for gravy and garnish with a healthy spoonful of (humangrade) tuna. And even then she does me a favor. Aaarrggghhhhh
September 3, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by bellasmom My cats do not like the texture
My cats eat some of this food, so it must taste good, but they never finish the whole serving, and I think that is because they dont like the texture. I do not plan to buy it again. My cats prefer "minced" cat food, so I will stick to that.
September 16, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by Shylea Don't like it
I have several cats and they eat it very reluctantly will not buy again
September 25, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Tiaaa My cat wouldn't eat it
I feel bad in a way giving a bad review, because the quality of the ingredients is not bad. But....the best food is no good if it's not being eaten. My cat is not overly picky, she'll eat almost any pate/soft loaf cat food but she did not like this. I'm wondering if it was the whole vegetable pieces in the food, which is uncommon for cat foods.
August 12, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by SometimesKate it works
I have two elderly cats, both female and over ten years old. They both have tooth problems, so they needed something soft. Nimue loved this stuff till I was 6 tins away from finishing the 4th case. Then she suddenly decided it wasn't for her. My other older cat still likes it, and the younger ones vie for the leftovers, though no one is terribly fond of the chunks of peas and carrots. Why are there peas and carrots in cat food anyway?? So unless your cat is a finicky drama queen, it should be a good choice.
January 30, 2015