Rated 5 out of 5 by CRAZYFORCANINES They love it!
i 'be tried many over the years, and this one is the best. Now, if only it was not so expensive, but they are worth it!
July 22, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by KittyMom Great food for older kitty who needs broth
My older kitty needs plenty of broth (fluid) and this food has done the trick. It has shredded chicken with veggies and a lovely broth which my kitty laps up gratefully. If you are a cat owner looking for a densely packed food, then this is not a choice for you. However, if you are looking for a high quality food with plenty of broth, then definitely give this one a try.
July 9, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by lbkinflorida Not worth it.
Essentially this is a can of broth with a very small amount of actual food in it. Most of that food is vegetables, which the cats won't eat, mixed with a small amount of shredded chicken. Cats needs extra moisture and we add distilled water to their wet food but this is ridiculous! Extremely disappointed - especially since I choose it based on the brand and the reviews. When you're feeding dozens of cats at a private sanctuary, you can't throw your money away.
June 11, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Marianne Excellent for senior kitties with aging kidneys
I rarely write reviews, but I feel compelled to because this stuff is great. My 15 year old cat loves it. I had him on that dreadful Hills diet for his aging kidneys for a while (which by the way is full of grain and smells Awful! NOT TO MENTION IS MORE EXPENSIVE!) I have him only on Weruva wet food now and his health has been on the up and up. I have noticed a big difference in him. I feed him this and the 'Chicken Frik a Zee' He loves Both soooo much! It's very expensive, but luckily I can *just* afford it...And yes, it IS like a soup, and I think this is great for his health as it's water based (gravy) and he's just a happy cat again! It also smells really tasty.
March 20, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Momcat129 Extra liquid is helping my cat stay hydrated
My IBD cat Kieran was doing great on Weruva's Paw Lickin' Chicken but was starting to have problems with constipation and dehydration. He does not drink water from a bowl or fountain, so the extra liquid in the Grandma's Chicken Soup was just what he needed. I add another 2 or 3 tablespoons of water to a can of Grandma's, and he still loves it---that is, it appears that diluting the liquid in the can does not dilute the taste. After a week on this regimen, Kieran's urine specific gravity returned to normal. His IBD tolerates the Grandma's as well as the Paw Lickin' variety.
March 1, 2016
Rated 4 out of 5 by Illusions My Cat's Really Like It!
My 2 Cat's really like Weruva Grandma's Chicken Soup. I only gave it 4 stars because they won't eat the pea's and carrots, so I would prefer they would remove them! And my cat's don't like the Weruva Paw Licken Chicken (which is all chicken) as much probably because they like the pumpkin better in this formula than the gravy in the other formula. But my 2 cats' favorite 1st choice wet cat food is Against the Grain Chicken & Pumpkin Samba (they both gobble it up even my one who usually prefers pate instead of chunks), Chicken Soup shares 2nd place along with Instinct Rabbit Formula, Weruva Mideast Feast and Weruva TruLuxe On the Cat Wok with Chicken & Beef in Pumpkin soup. Most other wet cat foods I REALLY have to rotate them or they get sick of them, but not this Formula--they will always eat this one! They are picky--yep just like cats are!
October 17, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by DropzoneLucy Lucy's Favorite!
My almost three year old cat has had a variety of food to try since we adopted her 2 years ago. Grandma's Chicken Soup with Pumpkin is definitely her favorite. She loves the gravy, and licks it up first.
January 28, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by KarinSF Excellent for use in special diet for kidney disease
Very appetizing smell and good quality product which appeals to the most finicky or sick cat. After reserching cat food which is appropriately low in phosphorus, and sodium, I have been feeding this to a cat recently diagnosed with kidney disease. The high moisture content is also particularly helpful in keeping a sick cat hydrated. In just one month my kitty with kidney disease has had tremendous improvement in her health. Test results one month after her initial diagnosis show phosphorus levels dramatically reduced. My vet agreed that in combination with other relevant treatment, this food is very beneficial in controlling high phosphorus in cats with CKD.
May 14, 2015