Rated 5 out of 5 by Rosebud My guys Love this blend!
I was looking for an additional blend in the Weruva line, to add a little more variety. I was hesitant to try this, since my guys are not fond of their vegetables and I didn't imagine that the spinach could be left behind, if they didn't like it, as they do with the vegetables in the other blends. Well of course, the spinach is mixed in and no way able to be left behind. But to our delight, they really LOVE it and I like it for its high protein, moderate fat and low carb content.
April 5, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by HeathMaiden Devoured with enthusiasm
The cats love it. Each can of this I get them disappears twice as quickly as most other varieties. (They are poultry and tuna fans. They don't like red meats and aren't crazy about pate varieties of cat food if that helps with a frame of reference for their tastes.)
October 12, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by catlady909 NOT AS DESCRIBED - NO SPINACH IN FORMULA
The label ingredients listed here on Chewys does not match the product shipped. The new label says "Green Eggs and Chicken With Chicken and Egg in Pea Soup" and there is not one piece of spinach in it. Spinach has been removed from the new label ingredients. I want my cats to eat more vegetables for the fiber and nutrition, very disappointed to find the description of the product does not match what's actually shipped. Cats hate the taste of peas, which is now the 5th ingredient and all smooshed in so they can't be picked out. 2 out of 5 cats sopped up the gravy but didn't eat the chunks of chicken. The others smelled those peas and sniffed it and walked away. Not recommended.
October 24, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Luda Good price, terrific quality.
Both of my cats absolutely love the Weruva Green eggs & chicken. They're not picky eaters in general, though!
I have tried a number of different "high quality" wet/raw foods, and finally found this one. It took a few months. We tried Nature's Variety Raw, which consistently made one of my boys sick. Then we switched to Newman's Own, which I read did not contain any carrageenan. When I actually looked at the ingredients on the can, I found that it *did* contain carrageenan and needed to switch again.
Switched to Tiki Luau, which the cats loved, but it was very expensive. Finally landed on the Weruva! For the price, I think it's the best quality we've found thus far.
August 27, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by BignLittle Quality food makes happy cats!
My "girls" love this brand of cat food and especially seem to like this one with the extra broth - which is a good thing as it gives them extra liquids without them even knowing it. I highly recommend it.
July 13, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5
by Bardini Excellent food that is healthy for cats!
Most people aren't aware of the importance of feeding our cats only canned food that contains no more than 10% carbs. Weruva Green Eggs and Chicken is just such a diet. My cats all eat it and one of Weruva's other flavors called Paw Lickin' Chicken. They just love this food! Now that they have been off dry, high carb food, their coats are incredibly healthy and their energy level has soared. Thanks Weruva and Chewy for understanding that cats are obligate carnivores that need a high protein, canned diet! We love the auto ship too!
April 10, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by BetsyS My cats love this flavor
I love this Weruva range. Even though it is super expensive compared to other brands, it is the best imo. I like Green Eggs and Chicken as it is not soupy like one or two of the other flavors so there is more meaty goodness for our cats. The 'green eggs' provide variety in their chicken only diet (allergic to fish).
April 22, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Trickster Kitten likes it
This is a good quality food and my kitty likes it a lot. However, I do think the quantity of "meat" in the can is very small. There is a lot of broth, which is what the can says, it is a soup. It would be good to give as a treat once a week or so, but not to supplement the daily food intake. Also my kitty tends to lick most of the broth and leave meat bits behind.
August 11, 2014