Rated 4 out of 5 by MoniMoon So Far, So Good.
I switched my cats to Acana after their usual brand had a really alarming scandal surrounding their ingredients. I wanted a food with low carbs and higher than average protein and this really fit the bill. I love the ingredients and so far, it's agreeing with my cats. My Turkish Van is a bit of a gobbler and is really food motivated, so since this food is so rich, if she eats some of the other cats portion and her own, she'll vomit. So if you have multiple cats, I would watch their proportions. A little of this food goes a long way. We tried the Wild Prairie formula and it was a bit too rich for my cats, but they haven't had any tummy troubles as far as the litterbox with this one. They all are eating and appear to be healthy and that makes me a happy camper. We'll be trying other formulas as well.
October 19, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by BadKitties BadKitties are boycotting this food
My cats absolutely refuse to eat the new formula. It will now be mixed with the outdoor bird food...
October 29, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by jrnc pukin' cat
My cats loved the older formula. Regurgin' on this one. I have used this brand a couple years....but skeptical of the recent changes. This bag was a waste of $
October 23, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Helena Cats throwing up all the time
I've been feeding my cats Acana Wild Prairie for years. They loved it, they've been happy and healthy. No issues at all.
I received Meadowland a week ago and they don't like it. When they finally decide to give it a try, they throw up after eating it. Every single time.
I don't know what's wrong with this new formula but we are hating it!
October 15, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Photographer We all miss the old formula
I think Acana made a big mistake changing the formula of Wild Prairie to Meadowland, or discontinuing Wild Prairie which I give a 5 star. All three of my cats was reluctant to eat it. They are now eating it, but all three has a tendency to throw it up. I have gone back to Orijen Cat & Kitten.
October 16, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Nuttykittylover Good food, my cats are rude.
The ingredient list alone is proof the food is quality, but it smells delicious when you open the bag. Very fresh, very meaty and clean. The kibble is a good shape, I like it. It's small and flat and round, maybe the size of your pinkie nail or so? Easy for them to crunch/swallow. My cats, however, are obnoxious picky little monsters and would rather eat Friskies garbage, so it wasn't the hit I wanted it to be. Ah, well, worst things have happened.
October 4, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5
by Steph77 Loved by seven out of seven
My crew never usually has that much positive reaction when I switch their food. Champion pet food seems like a good company from what I've found so far. They seem a little more on the level than a lot of companies. I had seen this food awhile back, before I started having problems with a few other "natural food brands." I was just a little weirded out at first about the freeze dried livers and whatnot, but I'm over that. As a matter of fact, I'm alternating this with the Champion brand Orijin food as well. Both the Acana and Orijin costs more, but it is better quality ingredients and it is prepared with more care, despite the fact that it is still technically kibble. You may pay more, but you should find them eating less and feeling better. Make sure you take into account the better quality food containing more calories, it's about 500 kcal cup, I believe. Since we got away from the other natural food, we rarely find "vomity surprises" now and Remi, our FIV cat, doesn't get mud butt nearly as much.
December 7, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by RonnieSunny Wild Prairie is much better than Meadowlands
I did not purchase Meadowlands because my cats don't like it. I purchase ACANA Wild Prairie which my cats have been eating and love.
Wild Prairie which may no longer be available, is softer and moister! The Meadowlands pellets are smaller, harder and drier.
October 6, 2016