Rated 5 out of 5 by ZoeGirl Cat loves this!
Haven't been able to find this locally, and it is a favorite of one of my cats. She smelled it as soon as I opened the can and came running. :-)
May 7, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Meg11 All-Natural, Whole-Meat Cat Food
My cat is immensely picky about the texture of his food, and won't eat pate, shredded chicken, and certain types of "flaked/grilled/chunky/etc" foods. AvoDerm's wet foods (most of them, anyway) are not only grain-free, but have recognizable, unaltered meats. This one in particular has bite-sized chunks of whole chopped sardine, and Spud goes bonkers for it. It's worth my money to buy him something that's not just good for him, but which makes breakfast an enthusiastic occasion for him every morning.
February 20, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Caryn Good quality food
This food consists of chunks of real sardines. My girls love Avoderm canned foods, but unfortunately did not care for this one.
March 1, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by KellyM A Favorite in My Household!
This was voted as a favorite by my cats. It's high quality food with large chunks of REAL sardines in a light broth. Not pâté-like as many other canned foods are. They gobble this stuff down! Because it is real fish, I should warn you that it does smell more than other canned foods, but I can deal with that if it means better quality and health for them.
All around, AvoDerm has excellent cat food and I'm happy to support a company that uses wild-caught fish.
November 19, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Happynewchewycustomer My cats' brand of choice
My three cats love this flavor, and Avoderm canned is their preferred choice of canned cat food. This food looks less processed and more like the real thing that kitties love. It is getting very hard to find locally, so I looked online and found Chewy. Free shipping, and fast, too, with decent prices.
Thank you, Chewy!
February 19, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by LeMeow Longcat approves
My cat likes it and now won't eat his other brand of canned food because he prefers this flavor. I like that it is grain-free, that the sardines are wild-caught fish and that there is no carrageenan; there have been several peer-reviewed animal studies suggesting tumor promotion or initiation by carrageenan.
April 8, 2014