Rated 5 out of 5 by RickM So far so good for elderly feline
She's eating this in combination with her normal wet diet and is tolerating it very well. She actually prefers the NV lamb formula over her old standard but is eating both.
October 4, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Joel77 Best limited ingredient diet on the planet.. PERIOD...
For 12 years my poor cat suffered from IBS and an allergy to all products containing fowl... I had tried every limited ingredient food on this planet including vet prescription foods... No matter what I tried the IBS would continue... loose smelly stools all over the house that were a real challenge to clean up... I was at the point of having him put down as nobody would adopt a 12 year old cat with this problem... Then one day I found this food and decided to give it a try... It was a miracle... one time a day poop with hard or basically hard stools and he actually used the liter box... this food saved his life and my sanity... If I could I would give it 10 stars... also, I use this brands Rabbit formula LID dry food to supplement the wet... again, another miracle... no I'm not a plant, just a person that is overjoyed about a food that saved the life of my most cherished cat... Thank you Natures Variety.... If you ever need a truthful spokesperson, I'm your guy...
December 11, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by angelhlea1 not perfect but much better than dry food
Have a cat with problems maintaining weight and severe skin issues. Did a lot of research and switched from dry food (with meat as first ingredient) to Ziwipeak Rabbit and lamb. He not only gained needed weight but also improved skin and coat issues. Husband got new job and I switched my cat back to dry in anticipation of the big change. Over the following couple months, he lost weight and his skin got flaky again. Swtiched back to grain-free wet but needed a better bargin than Ziwipeak so I tried Nature's Variety Instinct brand even though it had veggies and fruits that aren't necessary to feline diet. After only a couple of weeks, he gained weight and his coat has dramatically improved. In a perfect world there would be a wet food that the industry didn't try to glamorize with unnecessary stuff but still managed to keep costs reasonable. This wet food is a good compromise. Of lamb, duck, and rabbit, his favorite is the rabbit but still eats the others.
March 7, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by MarloJones Cats liked it
As long as the "kids" liked their dinner, kept it down, and it was good for them - I'm happy. It's more expensive than the run of the mill other brands but I think it's worth it in the long run.
August 21, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by CatMamax7 They liked it this time around
A few years ago, I donated a couple cases of lamb food because none of my cats would eat it. They have been getting very finicky lately so I decided to try lamb to see if they would eat it now. All 6 of my cats liked it.
August 5, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by duckpond good for sensitive digestive systems
my 6 month old kitten has a sensitive system. He had a lot of health problems when we rescued him. Many vet visits later he is healthy, but still bothered by gas and a sensitive tummy. He likes this lamb, and i like the ingredient list. It works well for him, no gas or other upsets after eating this food. One i will continue to buy.
April 25, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by AndreaT My cats love the taste, I love the ingredients.
I've read the ingredients on nearly every wet cat food product on this site. This is the only brand that has complete nutrition, but doesn't contain any potentially harmful ingredients, such as carrageenan and guar gum. Nature's Variety has informed me that they use dioxin-free calcium Montmorillonite clay in their products, which I've read has many health benefits.
April 18, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Joann321 Ingredients do not match name
Think this is great food, but the 'lamb' name is deceiving, as it also contains pork liver and turkey. This is an example where you have to read the labels for ALL ingredients. The cat that we are trying to find the correct food for digestive purposes cannot tolerate poultry.
February 18, 2016