Rated 5 out of 5 by Sadie Great food
This brand was recommended by my vet. I leave it out all day and they love it. It's the only dry food I give them
October 17, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Simbashuman Absolutely Love Halo Dry Indoor - IF You Can Afford It!
Compared to other brands, the ingredients of the Halo Indoor are far superior. I have nothing but praise for the food itself. My cat's coat is so soft with a beautiful sheen and his eyes are bright. I believe the high quality food has contributed greatly to my cat's overall health. However, I've watched the price go from an initial price which I already consider quite pricey, to a recent, mind-boggling new price 30% higher than what I paid originally. The price has really spiraled out of control particularly over the last year to year and a half. Sadly, I am now forced to look for a new brand as I simply can no longer afford the product. A 30% hike in just 4 to 5 yrs time is just way too much. And, I am sure I'm not the only one feeling this way. Too bad because it's a great cat food.
September 6, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hburns10 Halo Cat is preferred 3 to 0
My three kitties prefer Halo Cat foods over any other brand and believe me I've tried them all.
The kibble is small, the bag comes with a zip-lock type seal for easy closing. I keep this item on auto delivery!
August 13, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lovekitty Great healthy choice!
Rescued kitty having digestive issues and he is doing well with this healthy option!
August 2, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by CrownVicNick Some unnecessary ingredients, overpriced
The cellulose in the Blue Buffalo Multi-Cat Health chicken & turkey didn't sit well with me, so I tried this. The $46 retail price tag for the 11.5-lb bag is unreasonable since there are still questionable ingredients & it's not grain-free. There is pea protein, pea fiber, whole peas, oats, barley, flax seed, etc, all at the top of the ingredients list, some of them as binding agents, but advertised as a source of protein. Plants proteins are not easily digestible for cats. Cats are carnivorous, but this seems to be about as healthy as it gets for dry food, unless I want to pay $90 for a 15-lb bag of Orijen. Wet food unfortunately does not interest my cats. As long as my cats live a long & healthy life, I'll be grateful I paid 7 times more than the cheapest "cat food" & 50% more than the Blue Buff. My cats both like it & they transitioned very easily from the Blue Buff. Will buy again when I find a deal.
December 16, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Zenaven Have tried many foods.
I have tried so many dry cat foods for my 11 rescued and adopted cats. A few are on special diets but so far this one has agreed with all of them. It has only been a week since I started them on this food so I will know more in a month or so.
May 28, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Karma All 3 cats love it!
I have 3 cats that are 6, 10 and 15 years old. One has kidney disease, another has a sensitive tummy and the 3rd is a very picky eater. It's been a challenge finding a cat food that is healthy that all 3 will eat. This food is wonderful and they all love it and I know I'm doing something good for their health and well being, so we're all happy!
May 7, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5
by wsucram15 My cat didnt like it.
I adopted a cat in October and bought her this based on the recommendations, which usually weigh heavily with me along with the ingredients.
Halo has good ingredients so I cant fault them on that, but the cat reused to eat it which I found odd since you know in a shelter they don't eat premium food. I thought at first that was the issue, but my Bella loves Merrick (which I dont like due to Purina buy out) and Natural Balance. So I mixed the first bag I bought with a Merrick bag for some fosters I have and they all eat together. The foster kittens love her food. But I still have some left now (mixed in of course) and Is January with 3 cats.
January 3, 2016