Your Cat’s Favorite Flavors in Tantalizing Cuts
BLUE Tastefuls have delectable flavors and crave-worthy textures even finicky cats will love.
Silky Smooth Pates
Made with the finest ingredients, starting with real beef, chicken, salmon, turkey or whitefish. Available in cans or single-serving packs.
Savory Flaked Entrees
Canned entrees featuring high-quality flaked chicken, salmon, tuna or fish, served in a savory gravy with brown rice and sweet potatoes.
Tender morsels of protein-rich chicken or tuna plus brown rice and sweet potatoes in a tasty sauce make these canned recipes irresistible.
Tasty Cuts In Gravy
Tastefuls Savory Singles feature delectable bites of real chicken or tuna in scrumptious gravy with brown rice and sweet potatoes.
About Blue Buffalo
BLUE started with a promise to an Airedale named Blue, whose family wanted to feed him the best food possible. After searching for foods with quality ingredients, they decided to create their own, using natural ingredients, real meat first and processes that exceeded industry standards. That promise still drives them as they seek out the healthiest ways to feed, treat and nurture dogs and cats.
Sorry, but this salmon entree just doesn’t pass the test. Elinor normally like salmon, but she won’t touch this one. Instead of salmon flakes, it is more like pate formed into rectangular chopped noodles with gravy. Can’t recommend it.
We started buying Tastefuls cuts recently and our cats love it. The brand is easy to find in pate but not the cuts. Happily Chewys always has them.
My 2 cats LOVE this food so much. One cat hardly eats any wet food, she'll normally just lick the gravy and walk away. (She loves her kibble, though.) But THIS is a game changer. She'll eat the whole serving and lick the bowl clean. I'm happy because I know that wet food is good for hydration. :) Same with the tuna flavor.
neither of my kitties liked this :( My cats are spoiled so maybe yours will. I was hoping they would like it
Just got my order. Opened up a can and my kitty immediately went to eat it. Usually she just licks up the gravy of canned cat food but this food she immediately ate the solid parts of the food too. She’s an incredibly picky eater. This is a winner with one of my cats for sure. My other cat has yet to discover breakfast has been served.
I have tried everything but failed to find a wet cat food my 3 rescue cats would eat. Their fur and skin was dry. Finally I tried ,"Tastefulls,"" and they eat every bit!
My very picky eaters love this cat food. It also the job of preventing the dander they get from low quality food.
Overall not amazing, maybe Blue was better before they moved to tastefuls?
My rescue cat somehow became allergic to Chicken, which gives her IBS & runny eyes. Kiara was 9 years old & only 6.4 lbs and pink/half bald when her frustrated owner surrendered her to the animal shelter when he moved (lost his job&apt?) during the Covid shutdown, so I can only assume he couldnt figure out the cause of her diarrhea nor afford any vet bills. The shelter staff did not recognize the tiny half-bald fuzzy brown cat as a Bengal. Acting on a tip, a Foster Cat Mom quickly rescued her from the high-kill City shelter and brought the tiny pink cat to her vet, then major dental work & 7 months of recovery from being 'starved' nutritionally before the sweet little cat was past the worst & considered adoptable. I am SO thankful for the Foster Mom rescuing the sweet little Bengal from a certain death. Kiara(="God's precious gift" ) is now 10 years old, petite, very cuddly (which is rare in a Bengal), but also VERY fiesty! The fun part is that she walks on a leash (usually leading), so my neighbors call her 'Dog-Cat'. :-) Chicken protein allergies seem to be a growing problem with cats these days, and the only triggers must be either toxins in the chicken in their foods or a vaccine grown in chickens or eggs, since those are the only ways to introduce a food allergy-creating foreign protein +toxin into their body. If in a weakened state, the 'allergy' reaction/inflammation to the bio-toxins continue, further weakening them. It is very hard to find a cat food (even the ones that are labelled as fish/seafood) that does NOT have chicken products in it. My cat also often doesn't like the same food two days in a row, nor anything tasteless, making it hard to find something she likes that is healthy (to rebuild her immune system and fur) and chicken-free. This flaked salmon is the one food she consistently likes and doesn't show an adverse reaction from hidden traces of chicken broth, etc. She eats about 7-8 oz of wet food and some dry food every day, is now up to 7 lbs and now (10 months later) most of her fur is back in and starting to get shiny & 'glitter' with gold specks. She turned into a very beautiful cat (see pic). Odd thing is that the BB Salmon Paté has chicken in it, while the Flaked does not, so if your kitty is chicken-sensitive, be careful in pet stores (and bring a magnifying glass?) to read those tiny ingredient lists! I just wish the manufacturers and pet food stores would stop 'hiding' chicken in everything, and make a section for those cats that have become allergic to Chicken (or poultry in general?), since whatever the cause, the chicken allergy issue seems to be growing exponentially.
the fifth one tries to cover it up like it's poop. Of the other four; One cat thinks it is the best stuff he has ever eaten. The other three will eat just about anything as long as it is salmon flavored.