Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 59
Rated 2 out of 5 by californiacook Cats don't like vegetables!
This was not a favorite at my house although I have found one cat that will eat it. He doesn't eat the peas though, they are left in the bowl. I find it curious that a cat food contains vegetables, cat's are carnivorous.
September 22, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5
by chaosisis Seriously, your not going to believe this!
They love it..except every one of them leaves the peas in the bowl, licked clean, but left behind!!! Hilarious! So what to do? I put it in the nutribullet...no peas left over!!!!
Oops, I think Meep, my 15 yr old saw that! See below! If looks could kill!
July 15, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by HumanownedbyYardley What cat needs peas and carrots?
My cat loved the lamb but ate around the vegetables. Why do cat food manufacturers think cats eat peas and carrots? I bought the turkey version which is a total waste.
July 14, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Cat6 My cats love it
My cat's really like this food, but do not care for the peas and carrots in it. Really? Why would we feed cat's, peas and carrots? They are using it as a filler, not cool. Other than that, they love the lamb.
June 17, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Angie For the veggie lover
I have a couple cats who love fruits and veggies; they clean their plates. I will be buying this again for them. My cats who don't like fruits and veggies leave a lot behind on their plates but I vary what they eat from day to day so I make sure not to serve this (or the other Halo Spot Stews) back to back to keep them all satisfied.
I have a senior cat that has problems with (what we think may be) gluten. She ate this food and kept it down, which surprised me because it's not a gluten-free food (white potato appears in a lot of the foods that make her sick and there's no white potato in this product).
February 23, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5
by Metalkitty Inkspot LOVES the taste (and so does Hoppy!)
My 13 year old, Inkspot, has been diagnosed with the beginnings of renal failure and our vet recommended switching to a food lower in protein & phosphorous then his usual food. After a bit of research and MANY trial cans later, Halo Lamb Stew has fit the bill perfectly. Inkspot gobbles it up every time and I have to "monitor" feeding times, because Hoppy (who is on a urinary tract formula) has no problems stealing a taste! I'm so happy that Chewy carries this brand and the convenience of ordering makes my life just a bit easier too! We all recommend Spot's Stew, Lamb flavor!
January 31, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Heynonynony For humans or for cats?
My cat loves this stuff, although whenever I can see visible vegetables I often wonder just who they're for: the cat's health, or the human's psyche...especially since cats are obligate carnivores. After all, if it looks appealing to the human who purchases it, he or she is more likely to purchase it for the cat.
However, that said, my cat usually eats around vegetables if they're included in her cat food. In this case, it's the first time I've seen her eat them without complaint, so the "stewing" of them must make them more palatable. And, they don't upset her stomach, so that's always a plus.
Bought it on sale, but usually it's a little pricey considering the vegetable to meat content, compared to other brands I've bought. Might just become a once in a while treat of lamb for her, rather than a staple.
February 11, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5
by JoAnn Cats loose weight on Spot On
My cats have been free feeding on dry cat food but love the Lamb Spot Stew in between. My sister has successfully transitioned her 2 cats to Halo's Stew and they have lost weight!
In addition, Chewy has terrific customer. Goes the extra mile for the customer.
March 7, 2016