Rated 5 out of 5Â by Loco Good wholesome ingredients!
My cats love Weruva's canned food and so I decided to try their Cats in the Kitchen variety because it does not contain starches or carrageenan. It's hard to find canned cat foods that don't contain carrageenan, which is a controversial ingredient. So, I am thrilled with the quality and nutritiousness of this food.
I have 13 cats. Most of them like Cats in the Kitchen, but some don't. This is not uncommon - everyone's tastes are different. The ones who like it really like it. The food has a very runny texture, a bit different than "regular" Weruva foods. There's a bit of runny pate as well as the normal strips of chicken you expect to find. Good liquid content, which is always nice for cats who aren't prone to drinking much water.
Give it a try. If your cats like it, you'll know you're giving them a very high quality food without carrageenan.
February 7, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by RaincloudForest Good Quality Ingredients Used But Too Gelatinous
It contains good quality ingredients but is too gelatinous and seems to contain less meat than the 5.5oz "Paw Lickin' Chicken"
December 30, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5Â by lmdx new favorite
21-year-old kitty's appetite suddenly changed and I scrambled to find something, anything that she would eat. After sampling over a dozen different brands, textures, and flavors, she keeps coming back to this one. It's extra moist-y but she won't chew up the stringed meat, so I either cross slice or spin it in the blender to a lap-able texture.
December 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by MaxwellandKelvin Picky kitten is in love
I have 4 month old littermate kittens; one will eat anything I give him, but the other is the pickiest kitten on the planet, so he decides what they eat.
On his latest food strike, we'd tried a dozen premiums, but he'd eaten no more than a bite of anything, and was wailing at my feet for food. When I gave him the Weruva Fowl Ball, he inhaled it, finished his brother's leftovers, and asked for more.
I'd tried Weruva about six weeks ago, but other than licking the gravy, they didn't eat it. I realize now that they probably just couldn't handle the size of the meat. It's "all life stages" food, but try it again later if you little ones don't eat it when they're tiny. Good stuff with good ingredients!
August 21, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by syd53 Yummy!
Cats love Weruva overall, but I have to heat it up a little b/c it comes in a gelatinous base. They love the chicken & the beef as well. Yummy, yummy! They're all members of the clean plate club =p
March 8, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by lexihexi Looks and smells good, cat loves it
Looks and smells good and my cat loves it, as she does with most of the Weruva canned foods.
There was no au jus in the can, but rather some gelatin. My cat didn't mind the gelatin, but I would have prefered the liquid instead.
February 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by SusanInSFL Miracle of Miracles! They both like it!
My 18 1/2 yr old and my 5 1/2 month old kitten both love this. Well, I need to quantify this with the fact that the kitten eats anything. ;-)
It is a bit gelatinous but they don't seem to mind that. Generally, they gobble it down. They do like it better than the basic Weruva canned, though.
I've just re-ordered this and I ordered the Chicken Frick 'A Zee Chicken Recipe Au Jus to try. My senior girl, Maggie, will eat only a bit of the Mackerel flavor I bought and barely any of the lamb. ::sigh::
December 14, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by JVSF My cats love Cats in the Kitchen in cans
While searching for a better quality cat food, I discovered Cats in the Kitchen in pouches at a local store. My cats love the food, but the pouches are not my favorite container. I ordered 3 Cats in the Kitchen "canned" chicken varieties from www.chewy.com. My order arrived about 1 week later. The canned Cats in the Kitchen is more gelatinous and less watery than the pouches, is much easier to serve and MY CATS STILL LOVE IT! I've never seen them as enthusiastic about any other canned food. I cannot buy the cans locally so will continue to order.
September 18, 2013