|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Duck, Turkey Meal, Peas...||Organic turkey, Organic chicken meal, Organic dried peas...||Whitefish, Whitefish Meal, Tapioca starch...||Duck, Salmon Meal, Peas...||Salmon, Salmon Meal, Ocean Fish Meal...|
|Special Diet||Gluten Free, Grain-Free, High-Protein, No Corn No Wheat No Soy||Grain-Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Organic||Grain-Free, Limited Ingredient Diet, No Corn No Wheat No Soy||Grain-Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy||Grain-Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy|
|Food Flavor||Poultry, Turkey, Duck||Poultry, Meat, Turkey, Liver||Seafood & Fish||Poultry, Duck||Seafood & Fish, Salmon|
|Food Form||Dry Food||Dry Food||Dry Food||Dry Food||Dry Food|
I have one underweight, finicky, gluten, grain, and many other things intolerant cat and one overweight cat. I try to find foods that they can both eat and like, so the intolerant one does not get sick. The intolerant one loves this food and both of them have very healthy stool after eating it. I highly recommend this food.
Six of our cats have different food allergies and intolerances, so finding one single food that can meet all their needs has been rough. Accidental exposures were disastrous and not being able to free feed led to very grumpy kitties. We have been through so many rx and otc diets! The Evanger's has been perfect for them - no more stomach troubles, they are all eating well, and they seem healthier overall. Our vets are very happy with their weight, muscle tone and coats. I also prefer to use a food with varied proteins, as I've noticed they do better longterm than when we were limited to single protein sources. The cats are thrilled and always come running when it's time to top up the bowl. I just wish it was available in larger bags!
All 9 of my cats LOVE this food. Although, a few cats were not interested in it instantly, but after they eventually tasted it they all loved it. I think with buffalo & rabbit in it takes some cats a little while to get use to it. It's a good option besides fish cat food if you have a cat that is allergic to chicken.
I have multiple cats and none of them will touch this unless I give them nothing else for a day or two. I finally gave up. Maybe they don't like the rabbit. It actually smells more like fish food than cat food. I gave it to a friend for her outdoor stray cats. If they won't eat it, it will go to the neighborhood racoons. They eat anything.
My cat had bad allergy reaction to this food & couldn't breathe.
Both cats ate about 3 pieces & walked away. Neither would eat anymore, sniff & walked away. Avoided their other dry when I tried to mix a little of this in. Wish I knew why.
I ordered 4 small bags on Thursday night and got them on Friday morning! I like the small size bags because it keeps the kibble more fresh. My cats LOVE the taste of this kibble. One of my cat's can't have chicken and one can't have gluten, so this is a great formula for all of my cats. I don't have to worry about different bags for different cats. I noticed that their digestion is a bit better since I started this food. Their coat is a little softer and hairballs a little less. I definitely recommend this food. I think it's a great value for everything it does for my cats, plus they love it.
My cats do not like it. Kinda spells strong too. I wont buy it again for my cats. But it doesn’t mean it not good. All cats just like humans have different tastes. My two just don’t want to eat it and prefer something else. Thank you
We tried this on the recommendation of a friend who works at a pet food store, but ordered from Chewy, for my cat who recently got diagnosed with a chicken sensitivity. This food does not contain chicken. My cat LOVED the taste and smell. We mixed half of her old food and half of this like the vet instructed for her meal. An hour later she puked ALL of it up. She has a sensitive tummy, so it may work for other cats, but sadly not for us. 2 stars because the taste still worked, we just can't use it. Giving it away to my parents cats. Hope they have better luck.
Curley has not got a liking to it, yet. She sniffs it, then turns away