Rated 5 out of 5
by BillD Excellent Cat Food - No More Diarrhea
I buy the Wellness Chicken Formula and the Turkey Formula. My young shelter cat had almost constant diarrhea when I took him home from the shelter. Someone else had adopted this cat before I did and returned him after a couple of weeks because of chronic diarrhea. After 2 unsuccessful treatments and vet - recommended very expensive prescription dry foods over a month by two different vets, I made a decision on my own to switch him from dry foods to Wellness canned food. In 24 hours the diarrhea was completely gone. That was almost two years ago. No diarrhea since! I will never feed anything but Wellness canned (no grain) food again. It might cost a little more to feed a good quality NO GRAIN canned food but I think you will more than make that up in money saved on vet bills over the years.
Thank goodness for Wellness.
July 15, 2016
Rated 2 out of 5 by JoAnn1956 Too many veggies
This starts out with good ingredients, then is loaded up with junk no cat would ever eat--ever see a cat digging up carrots or sweet potatoes and eating them? Or any other carnivore doing that? What about squash, zucchini, cranberries and blueberries? If these were good for cats the cats would eat them off the bush. I grow blueberries and have never in 81 years seen any cat browsing on blueberries. When people realized that grain was not a good staple for carnivores, the pet food manufacturers said, "lets put in junk that PEOPLE perceive as healthy--- and they did. My cats ate this a time or two but then turned up their noses. I have 17 rescued cats and none like it much.
July 25, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Daisybd Great ingredients
I have 4 cats, 2 of which are UTI prone. After doing much research on the subject, I've learned that nutrition is the key to prevent urinary issues. A couple being low magnesium and a diet of all wet food. In knowing this and having 4 cats, finances were now a big issue. I have read more cat food labels than I think I've done for my own food consumption. I decided on Wellness chicken and turkey because of the ingredients, value and cost. It's been 6 months since any urinary issues have cropped up. Now, do they love this food? I have 1 cat that will eat anything and the other 3 are slightly more picky. The texture is very different than any other wet food I have used. It's a stickier texture, sort of like baby food. At first my cats were not a big fan, but, like a good Mom, my attitude was, this is what's for dinner, you eat it or you starve. Needless to say, cats won't starve themselves. I recommend this food. In the end, Wellness is what it takes to make my cats well.
February 29, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Jean72 Good healthy kitty food
Wellness has a good selection and really healthy food for our kitties. I changed from some of the less expensive cat foods to Wellness in hope that it would keep our kitties healthier and minimize health problems and give them a longer life. The wellness foods that we use are all pate - but I am thinking in "Kitty world" pate for them is not the same as Pate for us - I have to put it through a sieve as our kitties don't like the "grit" that is in the food - which is much less than other brands. They seem to like the turkey and chicken flavors best.
July 19, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Louise52 they like it!
My cats really like this flavor and since you are what you eat I am glad they like something this good for them. Very high quality.
July 15, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Walker54 Deliciously
Cats loved this food and I like it because it's moist and falls out of can easily.
July 17, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by elkie big cans!
I saved lots of money buying these larger cans. My kitten likes it okay, but I'm not too impressed with the texture and neither is she.
July 10, 2016
Rated 3 out of 5 by Peaches One Of My Cats Won't Eat
I have a very picky cat who was addicted to dry food and took months to wean off and will only eat some fancy feast, tiki cat, and fussie cat. In the past, he's rejected just about every other major premium brand on the market. The other cat will eat just about anything. Unfortunately, only my non-picky cat was mildly interested in this food. I bought like, 24 cans that I'm now stuck with. It would be great if Chewy would sell a sampler or something so we can try different foods that they carry without have to make such a large financial commitment. The picky cat wouldn't go near it even when I mix some fussie cat in with it, which he usually likes a lot. I'm sure the food is good if your cats will eat it, but as most cat owners know, that's more than half the battle. I would give this food a thumbs down if your cat is as picky as mine.
May 18, 2016