Rated 5 out of 5 by Barb Working wonders for allergic, elderly cat
Our old kitty started pulling out her hair while on a premium brand "limited protein" diet (which turned out to have more than one source, including chicken). She is nearly 16, was looking frail and ratty, and had recurrent chin acne issues. The vet noted some sores in her mouth indicating food allergies. Switched to this after searching for a MORE limited formula and liking the quality of the ingredients.
She finds it palatable, her hair has grown back in, her coat is thicker and more silky after being on the food for less than 6 months. The chin acne and mouth sores are gone. This morning she was playing like a kitten.
January 3, 2017
Rated 5 out of 5
by AZander The 3 ounce cans over the 5.5 oz
Great food... excellent ingredients and 95% meat. High in liquid content. Looks tasty in the can and has amazingly good ingredients.
My cat, Tom, likes the rabbit & the duck. He will eat the rabbit cold out of the refrigerator after chopping it into bits & chunks with a fork. Out of the can, its the cats meow! Great meat & lots of juice.
I am going with the 3 oz cans so it is one a day with little if anything left over. I got away from "prescription" diets which added fat to Tom; and he has had no problems. He drinks water too, and this wet food has a lot of liquid as well.
There should be a variety pack to try. Tom didn't really take to the lamb, salmon, the limited ingredient turkey, or the chicken initially - but I may re-try the chicken because I tried the chicken firstly in the change over to wet foods.
His teeth are very clean at 13 and he is in great shape, having lost about 2 - 2.5 pounds off from 20.5 that he was carrying from years of the so-called "prescription" diet which is really C-R-A-P and a food-made-for-profit with bad & cheap protein and no real good protein ingredients.
September 16, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Terri216 ALL 4 LOVE IT!!
Miracles do happen! It is very, very difficult to find a canned cat food that all 4 of the furballs really love. ALL 4 LOVE IT! Never tried duck on them and had to wait out their initial reaction - they thinks it fantastic. (And its healthy for them too).
December 2, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by amydrake1018 Instinct Grain-Free Duck
I love the quality and my cats love the taste. One of our cats had been suffering with digestive issues. We tried a number of foods and remedies with limited success. Then, I read about grain-free duck formulas. I decided to give Instinct a try. Our sick cat is getting better and the others love the taste. This one is a winner!
December 2, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Deb0628 Cats love this Duck Food but it's pricey
My rescue cats needed to be on good food due to several health issues which are now resolved.
November 25, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Skittles Variety & Quality
I like to provide a wide variety of food for a couple of
And the quality of the Duck flavor is high......
November 9, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by SarahWI6884 A favorite of my cat
I have tried the rabbit, beef, venison, chicken, salmon, and duck in the wet food. I recommend the smellier of the wet food: the salmon, chicken, and duck. Although all of the products are excellent, my cat seems to prefer the ones that have a stronger smell. The beef, rabbit, and venison have very little smell at all—something I think attests to the cleanness and quality of the meat—but my cat does not seem to enjoy it as much. As far as the beef, rabbit, and venison are concerned, the vet recommended warming the food in the microwave for 30 seconds to give the food a stronger smell. I do not like microwaves, so leaving the food out at room temperature seems to work for the beef, rabbit, and venison, although, once again, it is not a favorite. It is, however, worth a try like all Nature's Variety wet food products. It is the very best wet food I have encountered in my years as a pet owner, i.e. 10+ years. It is worth every penny.
February 17, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by MarloJones "Kids" like it
My 3 cats, "the kids", like it, but not as much as the rabbit. But they need variety and so they get Duck as well as the rabbit and lamb. Mom knows best.
August 21, 2016