Rated 5 out of 5 by CatRancher The key question with cat food is - do the cats eat it?
All four of mine love these crunchies more than they should. Definitely a success. When I worked with a rescue shelter, the free-roaming residents gobbled Chicken Soup crunchies. They would even come running when they heard a human lift the lift on the big barrel where the crunchies were stored. They eat this!
August 10, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by SHHH Great Catfood
This has always been my favorite brand of catfood. While the name sounds commercial (because of the fame of the chicken soup books)
The food has excellent ingredients and good source locations. It even includes some holistic ingredients you would normally find in pricier brands, that help prevent urinary issues.
My cats like the taste but gorge less because it fills them up the right way.
Glad you guys have this. Thank you
July 22, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by ASquared we have recommended this product to many people
We love it. For the price it is a very good quality dog food. Our dogs have been eating it for years. Fed it to 2 rescues that were in very poor condition and they responded quickly and beautifully to the food. Coats were gorgeous and shiny and weight gain was steady and controlled. Regular usage gives dogs a beautiful coat and minimal health issues (typical of other cheaper and poor quality dog foods). We have recommended this food to several people who have also had great results.
July 17, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Niser Chicken Soup for the Soul Adult Dry Cat Food
Our cats are fat so we mix this 1/2 to 1/2 of the weight control Chicken Soup catfood. It's like mixing rice and french fries - they get a little of both. They love it and it's a great price and a wonderful food with many nutrients they need but no fillers and icky stuff they don't need. It's worth every penny we pay for it - we have healthy cats with beautiful coats. We also love some of the other holistic foods Chewy.com offers. We order for them exclusively. We do feed ferals but they get the outdoor feral catfood such as friskies, etc. It will do them well as I had an indoor cat that lived on it 19 years and was fine but it is less expensive and they don't belong to us; we just feel sorry for them. But this time for our indoor only cats we are going holistic and will see if it does them better in the long run. Most sites say it does so we spend the extra pennies. But whatever you choose to feed - Chewy.com has it all and the service and fast shipping is great. We order over 49 bucks each time and we get free shipping. How wonderful is that!!!!
February 14, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Smokey This product has produced a strong healthy cat.
My cat was raised on this food. I strongly recomment this food. Local pet store stopped carrying it. Someone recommended Chewy. They had it, at a much better price, and shipped it right away. This is a great company to do business with
July 9, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Judith No SOY
For a pet food with grain - this has excellent ingredients.
Beats the socks off any Hill's Science Diet products.
July 7, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by JSin2016 I highly recommend this size and brand
This food is unusually inexpensive yet if you see the ingredients, you'll find it's no less quality than the more expensive brands. Both my cats eat it and it agrees with all the cats I've fed it to.
May 28, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by piscator Higher fat, happy cat
I was guided to this brand by a knowledgeable pet food store owner in Brooklyn, NYC, who showed me that it had the same ingredient list as the more expensive brand I had been feeding my cat, Velcro, for many years. After a serious urinary tract issue, Velcro did well on Chicken Soup; but recently, supplies of the Senior Cat Hairball Formula became scarce, and I tried the Adult Formula.
I checked with experts, both here and on other sites, about the danger of such a switch, and was told that while the fat content was quite a bit higher, the protein was about the same, so if Velcro tolerated the new food, it would be fine.
He devoured it!
He's almost 20, and, excepting a recent flea-induced bout of anemia, has weighed the same for many years. Though he has dental and vision issues, his penchant for flying-squirrel-like jumps remains undampened, and I expect this fine food to fuel many more takeoffs in the future.
May 29, 2012