My cats love this but it’s a shame you can only buy it online No stores around me carry this so I have to order
My cats got so fat. I stopped that food and they deflated. Won’t buy it again. Cats do like it, but they get fat!
Of ALLLLLLL the foods I've tried in the last couple years with my picky senior kitties, this one is the current winner. Both cats will eat it, not with great excitement, but they eat it. They've turned their noses up at the last 'many' types of dry food I've offered them. I hope they don't tire of this one too quickly...
Miss Kitty is a Very picky eater. When I went to order her favorite food, it was out of stock! So I decided to try this and see if she would eat it until hers came in. Well I opened the bag and she stuck her head in and started eating it right out of the bag! Now when I feed her in the morning she’s up on the table eating it as I’m pouring it! I’d definitely recommend anyone with a mature cat giving this a try! Miss Kitty is a very happy girl!
Really love this food for my cats! I have 2 year-and-a-half old kiddos and was feeding them another brand that was supposed to be good for indoor cats, but they were throwing up and my female orange tabby had a very dull coat and she wasn't very energetic. I switched them to AvoDerm because I remembered feeding this to another cat I'd had some years back and she did very well with it. My kitties are now both nice and shiny and playing like they should!
I wanted my cats to love this food since they eat the Avo-derm term wet food but they have not taken to it. The pieces are So small they seem to have a problem with trying to chew it.
I've been using avoderm for years for my two kitties, and it helps tons for their hairballs because of the avacado oil.
We bought our dog the same brand and she likes it, the cat will not eat it. He spits it on the floor.
We have been feeding our cats this for a while now. Hairballs began appearing on the carpet after the most recent shipment. We were confused because we knew we had ordered hairball formula, yet the package had no mention of hairball in the title. I looked up the product here and saw the package / title change. It would seem that the formulation has changed - something is causing them to spew hairballs now. So with some reluctance I will have to switch to another brand of dry. It’s a shame because the cats love it, and the ingredient quality seems high. If your cats don’t have hairball problems - maybe if you have hairless cats? - this might still be a good food for you.
He likes it and it’s healthy! Great ingredients and that’s the bottom line.