So happy to see that Dr. Elsey's has a rabbit wet food. My cat loves the rabbit clean protein kibble, but it's been unavailable f-o-r-e-v-e-r. Tried several brands of wet and dry rabbit recipes, but none were a huge hit. This product has a lot of juice to mix in with the solid food to form a nice hydrating pate. Texture is important to my cat and if it's a dry pate she won't eat it. She does well on this paired with Dr. Elsey's clean protein chicken kibble. Just wish it didn't have turkey in it. Usually, turkey is the deal breaker, but it's such a great rabbit recipe that my fussy girl will still eat it. She's petite and doesn't eat a lot, so a case of the 5.5 oz cans will last a couple months, which is great. I'll still keep trying other foods, but I think this is going to be the primary from now on.
I think the ingredients in this wet food are so much better than most cat foods and I really wanted my cats to like it but they weren’t super thrilled with it. They only eat about half before they walk away from it. I wish Dr. Elsey’s sold single cans somewhere.
None of my cats like it, I thought they would but they dont
My cats will eat it but are not thrilled about it.
There are few foods all three of mine enjoy so to make mealtime easier on us I prefer to use those that they all like. They always like foods containing rabbit so this is a winner.
Both my cats used to love this flavor until recently one of my cats would eat half and slowly back away from it. I wondered what was wrong and there was a big sharp piece of bone on the plate. My other cat still eats this happily, but if your cat doesn’t like bones and you don’t have time to pick out all the bone pieces from your cat’s food, I do not recommend this flavor.
Was looking for something more suitable for seniors but still acceptable to the younger crowd. This caught my attention from another website that rates canned cat foods for the lower phosphorous, etc. Held my breath as my 15 years old lady is very finicky with canned foods. She seems very happy with it so far and I'm happy too as I want her to be around for a lot longer. The other two two year-olds - its gone in less than a minute.
My cats seem to tolerate this food (does that mean "like" in cat world?). They typically will eat a few bites and leave the rest. They're not always super hearty eaters, so it's hard to tell if they're just not hungry or if they don't like it so much.
well, this is a downer. Trying what looks to be good food, but our cat does not like it... will think of how to get him to eat or have to give it away.
Psycho is in early stages of CKD. He also has IBD and cannot have any chicken. I was feeding him Rabbit which he loves but it was higher in phosphorus than I d like for him. When I saw Dr Elsey’s Rabbit and Turkey which was also lower in phosphorus actually 1/2 the amount of his other rabbit food I thought I would give it a try. He loves it and it s also a healthier option for him. Thank you Dr Elsey!