About ACANA Highest Protein Cat Food
ACANA Highest Protein Cat Recipes
Crafted with up to 75% protein-rich animal ingredients, ACANA Highest Protein Cat Food is nourishing and satisfying. In addition to providing your cat with high levels of protein, each recipe helps support digestive health, healthy skin and coat, and eye and heart health, too.
Obsessively Good Ingredients
In ACANA premium recipes, every ingredient matters. That’s why they use animal ingredients like free-run poultry, farm-raised meat and wild-caught or sustainably farmed fish. Each ingredient is specially selected for its high nutritional value, digestibility and superior flavor. These recipes will make your pet feel so good inside, you’ll notice it on the outside, too!
Benefits of ACANA Highest Protein Cat Recipes
75% Animal Ingredients
These recipes are rich in the animal protein your cat craves.
Healthy Heart & Eyes
Made with Taurine, EPA and DHA—essential nutrients cats need for eye and heart health.
Skin & Coat Health
Balanced omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids help support healthy skin and a shiny coat.
High-quality protein, fiber and a probiotic blend help support healthy digestion.
ACANA wants to earn your trust with every recipe, so they seek out healthy ingredients delivered daily by trusted suppliers. They also strive to lead the way when it comes to safety and quality standards. Each recipe is carefully crafted by vets and pet nutrition experts with ingredients that help support your pet’s long-term health. Plus, their complete and balanced recipes are made with ingredients you know and love, so you won’t have to wonder what’s in your best friend’s bowl.
From limited ingredient diets to recipes for all life stages, Acana has the perfect recipe for every pet. Each recipe is thoughtfully made to ensure your pet gets the high-quality, balanced nutrition necessary for a long and happy life. Help your furry friend thrive for a lifetime by your side with delicious and nutritious Acana foods.
I’m feeding my cat with this as he really like it. Normally with one can of wet food per day and the rest food are this. His fur has been in a terrible condition after that. At the time I didn’t realize it was relating with this food until recently I’m feeding him with wet food all day for few days. His fur condition has rapidly improved. Now I stop feeding him with this immediately. Btw this food is probably the cost of his UTI issue couple months ago, at those days I only feed him with this for three to four days in a row, with nothing else changed. Can’t believe the high price of this food and such a bad nutrition balance on it
This food is for my daughter’s velociraptor of a cat that seems to have a chicken allergy or sensitivity, and she HEADBUTTED my hand before I was even done pouring the scoop into her dish! She’s usually pretty picky, but this food is a huge hit with her!
My cat loves this but there’s blood in his poop after I change to this cat food.
My 3 cats all like this very much. I also like it because 2 of my cats are allergic to so many common ingredients in dry and wet foods. The worst part being 2 different cats and 2 different sets of common foods. This Acana variety is right for the both of them. This same review also goes for the other fish variety of Acana in the lighter blue bag too.
I have several cats and they all appear to be avoiding this and waiting for the other food to drop in the automatic feeders, they only eat it when the others are not available. If you have cats with sensitive stomachs, be aware that this food is very dark brown, so if you have light colored carpet, well you do the math.
I have a cat with extreme food sensitivities (no chicken or salmon of any kind allowed), and when the food he had been eating ran into stocking issues I searched high and low for a replacement that genuinely has limited ingredients as it says on the front of the bag. This, while a bit more expensive, has become my cat's new normal dry food. I've wrestled with maintaining his weight since his GI issues began, but now we're slowly climbing the scale after switching him to Acana Wild Atlantic. I'm a fan!
I have tried a few different grain-free dry food for my indoor cat with limited success. This is the first one he has taken to without having to add something to get him to nibble on it. Will continue to use Acana.
We have 3 rescued cats here and you would think they would eat anything but no, the 2 females, Kit Cat and Shai Girl (Mother and Daughter) are the most picky cats I ever had over the many cats and years. We always use grain free foods and time after time these 2 girls just give you a look and then walk away. We have tried them all. We ordered the Acana after seeing that they were a sponsor for Best Friends Rescue out west which we contribute to. We were very surprised and happy when the girls gave it their approval and wold it down. Alex our male eats anything so he also loves the Acana Wild Atlantic. We also love the packaging with the easy open and re-sealing bag. We give Acana Wild Atlantic 3 paws up here in New York.
I have one grandkitty that always prefers Seafood Dry Cat Food over Chicken or any other flavor. So, I buy both so all cats are happy, along with their canned cat food when it's in stock. But the brand I was feeding them must have changed something in it because suddenly neither cat would eat it anymore. So, I gave Arcana Wild Atlantic a try. Unfortunately none of the cats will eat it. The local Animal Shelter may not accept opened dry pet food, but the Humane Society can usually give you the name of someone who feeds feral colonies in your area, and they will appreciate what you can donate to them.
My cats don't finish their bowls when I feed them this which sucks because it smells SO FRESH. Being as pricey as it is it probably isn't worth it unless your cats will surely enjoy.