Rated 5 out of 5 by TimidCat LOVE IT!!!
I can't say enough good things about this food. Timid is about 10 yrs old, spayed and has always been overweight, and has dry skin with heavy dander. She's not particularly finicky but definitely shows an interest in some foods over others. Well let me tell you this food is a big winner! She dives into like a lion and she licks the plate clean every time. It's the first food I've ever tried that truly smells good, like real food, not cat food. I wasn't sure how she would like the lamb because she'd never eaten lamb before but she just loves it! The best part is she's lost weight, her coat has become so silky and shiny and her skin has become less dry and flaky. I've also noticed she seems less arthritic when going up and down the stairs. We've tried all six flavors and she loves them all except for the rabbit. She'll still eat the rabbit but not with the same gusto as the other flavors. I heartily recommend this food. Two paws up!!! I'm going to post this same recommendation on the other flavors too (except the rabbit) because they are equally great!
August 13, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by imagoodshot Cats love it
I have five cats. Even the finicky ones will eat this food. It looks just like ground meat, it smells good, and has a nice gravy. They will not however eat the Canidae brand lamb cat food which looks like little cubes of mystery meat.
April 22, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5
by Tracy Both cats love it, but...
Since the day we brought him forever home, our youngest kitty JoJo (4yo) has had a sensitive tummy. Wet food and high-protein dry food cause him distress resulting in soft/runny stools. Most of the Pride by Instinct varieties have gone over very well despite a few being gravy-heavy, but not the Lucky's Lamb. He loves it, but it causes him to have diarrhea a very short time after eating it. Our senior kitty Pawpaw (7yo) loves this variety too, hence the five stars. Since they eat out of each other's bowls I cannot risk giving them the remaining cans, but it would be in regular rotation if not for JoJo's tummy. If your kitty has tummy issues I would recommend a trial run before ordering by the case.
December 23, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by Pauliana Good food but Rosie didn't accept it.
Great ingredients, I was hopeful that Rosie would like it but alas she did the sniff and walk away thing several times I offered it. She won't even try it. It looks minced and doesn't look at all flaked and she doesn't like the look of minced foods.. The look, texture and smell is everything and if a food doesn't have the right look and smell she will reject it.
February 16, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Carmel88 Excellent quality
Excellent quality food... My cat is a little picky, so he won't eat it unless I take his dry food away but again it's an excellent quality food... This one is a chunky with gravy style, grain free, no carrageenan, lots of meat so if you have a cat that's not a fussy eater definitely give it a go!!
January 28, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by DinaKouveliotes Quality product but felines disagree
My cats refused to eat either this flavor or the tuna. I left out several days in a row and they had zero interest. However they are very finicky with wet foods.
January 17, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by JJ1S my picky cats love this!
My cats USED to like the rabbit, but then got to the point that they wouldn't eat it, so was looking for an alternative. So happy that they love the lamb! Wish that there was a way to order a "sampler" of different flavors, so that you didn't have to order a whole box in order to try a new flavor.
November 18, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by KittenLitter Kitty says it's a winner!
My cat has enjoyed all the Pride by Instinct varieties I've ordered. I approve of the ingredients, and he approves of the taste. My cat prefers seafood, so it's often hard to get him to eat much of foods based on poultry/game or anything non-seafood. But with Pride, I notice the addition of liver and fatty organs, so this seems to appeal to my cat. I also know it's good for him. I'm happy with Pride by Instinct products, and my cat is pleased also. My cat prefers the flaked varieties to the minced varieties, so if you have a cat who isn't into tearing chunks of meat apart, the flaked versions might be good for your cat.
October 2, 2014