Rated 4 out of 5 by Peeps Very good quality product
One of my three cats that can eat chicken likes the food. My only problem with it for her is that the calories are higher than I'd like as she needs to lose a little weight. I feel if I cut back on the quantity of this food she's going to still be hungry. Unfortunately Weruva doesn't put calorie content on their cans and based on some of their chicken recipes I thought this was the same recipe I had tried before which was lower in calories. After I bought the food and opened it I realized it wasn't the same recipe. So I checked the Weruva website to find out what the calories were - 157 calories per 6 oz. can, which in most instances is still low, but not for my situation. So I guess my only reason for not giving the product a 5 star review is that Weruva doesn't provide calorie information on cans like most other companies do. That would make it so much easier for pet owners to buy and feed their cats the right amount. I've found out the hard way that every can of cat food's feeding guidelines suggest way too much food. So you really need to go by the calories.
May 7, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by LilacSerenity Leaving it in my rotation
Although it contains 3 gums and copper sulfate and is made in Thailand, this is still one of the best choices of wet food out there. But my cats hate shredded chicken. I guess it's the the long strings that's difficult for them to eat. I try to cut/mush the strings in shorter pieces and they tolerate it better. Keep in mind that, although it claims to be a turkey flavor, it's very heavy with chicken. I wouldn't feed it to my cats exclusively in fear of them developing an allergy, but I'm going to leave it in my rotation.
May 19, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by SebsMom Great
Gracie loves the gravy but eats only a few of the pieces. Wish Weruva would consider making a pate of this. What I like about it is that is doesn't smell like cat food. It smells like chicken and turkey.
April 29, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Peanut8 Excellent Low Ash
My cats love this product. I have been looking for a low ash/magnesium food that they will eat. This line has resolved my problem.
April 30, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by Skirun03 Stringy
I have a new adoptee who I think must be a junk food junkie. I got some of the cheap dry food he is used to and am trying to transition him. So far he does not like this food, and the problem seems to be the texture. He will lick the gravy but has trouble with the stringy meat. I puréed some, which seemed to help, but he still struggles when he find the chunks of stringy meat. That gets left behind. I'm still giving this a "recommend" because it does seem to be good quality food with identifiable meat, and clearly from other reviews, texture isn't a problem for all cats.
March 23, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lola917 Yummy, they say
Our two kitties love it! It also has a nice list of ingredients and it doesn't include any carbohydrates which would be cheaper for production but leaving your cat gaining weight... Lola and Lou love it!
March 6, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Katluvr BEST wet cat food on the market
I did research and discovered that aside from homemade wet cat food, Weruva is the next best thing because it seems as if this is the ONLY brand that doesn't contain carrageenan. My cats LOVE this. My husband saw it and wanted to put it on a cracker. It's pricier but worth it because it's the BEST.
March 6, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by BLUES FISH OIL??
I bought this neglecting to see one of the ingredients which was "fish oil." This tells me nothing. What kind of fish oil? There is fish oil that comes from various kinds of fish. Most of it is not good for human or animal consumption. I give my cats Krill Oil from Dr. Mercola. I will never buy this again.
February 24, 2016