About Chicken Soup
Where Healthy Begins
Pets bring so much to our lives, filling our homes with happiness and warmth every day. That’s why Chicken Soup for the Soul makes delicious, complete and balanced food using premium ingredients—because every furbaby deserves a belly filled with nutritious goodness!
The Name You Know and Trust
Chicken Soup for the Soul has been helping pets eat well for more than 15 years. They’re trusted because they’ve pursued the same mission for all that time: making wholesome foods that enrich the lives of pets as much as they enrich ours. Feed your furry friend a high-quality diet for years of health and happiness.
Holistic Nutrition for Your BFF
All Chicken Soup for the Soul Classic Life Stage recipes are prepared with real chicken and turkey as the top ingredients, with wholesome grains, fruits, veggies and herbs to provide nourishment, naturally. They never use any by-product meals, corn, wheat or soy in their wet or dry formulas and would never add artificial flavors, colors or preservatives to your best buddy’s dinner.
Proven Ingredients Provide Proven Benefits
HEALTHY SKIN & COAT
Guaranteed omega 3 & 6 fatty acids
Prebiotic fiber from dried chicory root
Antioxidants and superfoods like apples & blueberries
Real animal proteins
Healthy, Wholesome Ingredients
Wholesome ingredients make for better meals. All Chicken Soup recipes start with real meat for muscle-building protein and healthy grains for stamina and endurance. Ingredients like cranberries, blueberries, carrots and flaxseed provide the antioxidants, vitamins and healthy fiber necessary for vitality and health. And because your dog’s diet should be as true as the bond you share, you won’t find any artificial ingredients in these recipes!
About Chicken Soup for the Soul Pet
Chicken Soup for the Soul believes that all pets deserve to eat well, which is why they have dedicated themselves to that cause for over 15 years. They make super-premium wet food, dry food and treats for pets using only wholesome ingredients and lots of love. Their Fill-a-Bowl…Feed-a-Soul program launched in 2016 in association with American Humane and uses a portion of all proceeds to help provide over a million meals to shelter pets each year.
My girls didn't like this. It's a good brand and they generally like turkey and chicken but they're not fans of this. I'm not sure why. It's a nice pate texture, smells fine.
My babies were being less than enthusiastic about the old salmon Purina, and was told chicken was healthier for adult cats, so tried this one. I presented each in a clean, warm bowl, with some of their favorite crunchy food on top. One cat ate a few bites, then walked away; the other sniffed and immediately tried to bury it. Neither came back for more, just ate the few crunchy bites on top. I didn't give other food all night, hoping they were just not hungry. No luck. The next day, I tried again. They both showed no interest, just frustration that there was nothing else. Today I gave old salmon Purina, and they ate it.
Nice name but my senior cat Mystic was not that thrilled. I shared it with my neighbor and her young cats ate a few cans. The neighbor shred with me the Brand Reveal and Mystic couldn't get enough of it. CHEWY, Plese ask Reveal to create a senior line for older cats. Thank You.
Just wanted to say that this product DOES have amazing ingredients and to me seems like a very healthy food overall. My female cat is absolutely in love with this food, while my male cat is really not a fan. He usually is not picky but for whatever reason this food doesn’t do it for him. However, this is definitely worth a try to see if your kitty likes it.
I am using the product fed to the cats by the rescue group from whom I adopted it. The cat devours the food not in any way related to starvation. He has been with me for a little over a month. To say he is over-stimulated is an understatement. Prior to purchasing the next case, I need to feel certain I am meeting his nutritional needs. The price is reasonable for certain, but am I using the best product for his needs?
After Blue Buffalo Tastefuls changed its food, forcing Indy into a hunger strike, I decided to try this brand. It had good reviews on the Internet, and the ingredients were good stuff. The food arrived yesterday, and I gave Indy a little bit to try. That cat attacked that food like he was starved for weeks (he wasn’t starving - trust me), and the sounds of his satisfied chomps and noms could be heard all over the house. Winner, winner, chicken dinner!!! Literally.
My cats sniffed and walked away. The food sat in their bowl until it dried out.
And she begs for her Chicken Soup every morning. Have a tough time getting around her to put her bowl down.
Good food, BUT, even after slowly adding it to their usual food, they still won't eat it. And, looks like I will donate the rest.
I absolutely love this wet food. Sheldon was prescribed Royal Canin protein select which is the only food he could eat without getting severe blockage and vomitting. Even the substitute prescription wet food Hill's Science Z/D caused intermittent vomitting and the Royal Canin protein select prescription dry food made him vomit as well. So it's strictly wet with only one brand for him. However, since the pandemic started his Royal Canin prescription wet food keeps going out of stock. At the same time, I was looking into giving my other kitties better wet food and found this brand. I started mixing a little bit of the Chicken Soup for the Soul chicken and turkey wet food into his Royal Canin to see if he can tolerate it and he could! I slowly increased the amount of Chicken soup brand wet food as his Royal Canin ran out until he started eating only the Chicken Soup brand. It's been 1.5 months and he's been tolerating this food great! The other boys love this food as well and I'm happy they are eating better than they used to. I took off one star because there seems to always be an issue with shipping from Chewy where 9/10 cans are dented when they arrive. It's possible that the manufacturer is sending dented cans to Chewy so I figured it would be appropriate to dock them concurrently. Also, there was some weird gunk stuck to the side of the cans which makes me think the manufacturer is to blame because the package was still sealed when I saw the gunk.