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Evanger's Signature Series Slow Cooked Turkey Stew Grain-Free Canned Cat Food

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Give your kitty the slow-cooked deliciousness he craves with the Evanger's Signature Series Slow Cooked Turkey Stew Grain-Free Canned Cat Food. Inspired by a home-cooked classic, the formula provides plenty of protein to fuel all those adventures, with highly-digestible turkey as the first ingredient. Every gravy-licious bite is loaded with antioxidant-rich fruits like blueberries and all the nutrients your pal needs to look and feel his best, like vitamins, omegas and taurine, not to mention the meaty flavor he’ll find irresistible! With no grains or anything artificial, kitties with sensitivities can dive into the bowl, too.

Key Benefits
  • Slow-cooked formula is loaded with protein from easily-digestible turkey to support growing muscles.
  • Packed with antioxidants plus nutrient-rich fruits to support a healthy immune system, and taurine for heart and vision health.
  • Contains omega-3 and 6 fatty acids to nourish skin and fur, and balanced minerals for bone and dental health.
  • Zero grains so it’s also great for kitties with sensitivities or food allergies, and supports urinary health with plenty of moisture from real broth.
  • Made in the USA and Kosher certified and endorsed by the Chicago Rabbinical Council (cRc) as acceptable for your pet to enjoy during Passover.

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  • Packaging Type
  • Food Texture
  • Lifestage
  • Food Form
    Wet Food
  • Special Diet
    Grain-Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Pea-Free

Turkey, Turkey Liver, Gravy (Turkey Broth, Tomato Paste, Guar Gum), Cranberries, Blueberries, Rosemary Extract, Taurine, Vitamins (Vitamin E Supplement, Niacin Supplement, L-Ascorbyl-2-Polyphosphate [Source of Vitamin C], Thiamine Mononitrate [Source of Vitamin B1], Calcium Pantothenate, Vitamin A Supplement, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride [Source of Vitamin B6], Riboflavin Supplement [Source of Vitamin B2], Folic Acid, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Biotin, Vitamin D2 Supplement), Minerals (Zinc Sulfate, Iron Sulfate, Copper Sulfate, Manganese Sulfate, Selenium Yeast, Potassium Iodide).

Caloric Content

111 kcal/5 oz can

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein6.0% min
Crude Fat5.0% min
Crude Fiber1.5% max
Moisture82.0% max
Ash2.0% max
Calcium0.2% min
Phosphorous0.16% min
Transition Instructions

Any time you change formulas, we recommend you transition the foods over a 5-day period.


Can Evanger's products help with urinary tract infections?

Yes. Struvite crystals, rock - like accretions that scrape sensitive tissues in the urinary tract, are a major cause of inflammation and infection in dogs and cats. The formation of struvite crystals is possible when urine is too alkaline. In meat, we are provided with an acidifier that is natural and promotes overall good health in dogs and cats. So increasing the amount of high quality meat consumed can acidify the urine and help prevent the formation of struvite crystals. Choose from among the 8 Grain Free Game Meats, Hunk of Beef, 100% Organic Chicken, as well as many others. These products are excellent supplements or treats for dogs and cats. For balanced meals, which contain vitamins and minerals, try our Chicken Dinner and Beef Dinner for dogs; Certified Organic Braised Chicken Dinner, Organic Turkey with Butternut Squash, and Holistic Pheasant Dinner for cats. Of course, any dog or cat with urinary tract problems should be under the care of a veterinarian.

Can I feed dog food to my cats and cat food to my dogs?

Any Evanger’s food that is pure meat, such as the Grain Free Game Meats, Hunk of Beef, and Wild Salmon, can be fed to both cats and dogs as snacks, treats, or mixed with Evanger’s dry food, snacks, or treats. However, foods that include vitamins and minerals to make a complete balanced diet are formulated specifically for a dog or cat and should be fed to the indicated species.Knowing the different dietary needs of dogs and cats is very important because pet owners that allow a dog to eat cat food or a cat to eat dog food could end up with a very sick pet….or worse. Illnesses do not usually happen if only a few meals are shared, but will happen if it continues on a regular basis. Incidentally, dogs are omnivores like people; they eat both meat and vegetables. Cats are obligate carnivores; they eat mostly meat. Cats have a higher protein and fat requirement than dogs. Dogs that eat cat food could end up with liver, kidney and/or pancreatic problems because cat foods are too high in protein and fat for dogs to properly metabolize. Cats that eat dog foods could end up blind or with a serious heart condition called dilated cardiomyopathy because cats have a dietary need for taurine. Dogs naturally make the amino acid taurine, while cats must have it supplied in their diets; all Evanger’s cat foods contain taurine. Cats also require a different form of Vitamin A. Dogs, like people, naturally manufacture Vitamin A, if Beta - carotene is supplied in the diet. Last but not least, cats require arachidonic acid, an essential fatty acids for cats. Dogs can manufacture Arachodonic Acid from Omega 3 fatty acids. Both dogs and cats require linoleic (Omega 6) and linolenic (Omega 3) fatty acids.

Why are there bones in Hand - Packed Chicken dinners?

Evanger’s special slow - cook, pressure - cook process softens the bones so they are splinter - free and easily digestible. Feel free to squeeze a bone in Whole Chicken Thighs or Roasted Chicken Drummette Dinner, you’ll see that the bone collapses instead of splintering, providing the ideal meal for your dog - safe, nutritious, and delicious. Bones add flavor and texture, and are great natural sources of crucial nutrients like calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and iron.

Can I feed Evanger's products to my diabetic dog or cat?

Yes… Diabetic dogs and cats need to reduce carbohydrate intake while maintaining a balanced diet. Evanger’s canned diets contain so much meat (exception: Vegetarian Dinner and 100% Sweet Potato), that they can often be incorporated into the diet of diabetic dogs and cats with healthy kidneys. Diabetic dogs and cats should eat more fowl than red meat. Gold Line Chicken Dinner and Beef Dinner offer dogs a balanced meal with no added carbohydrates. Similarly, Hand Packed Whole Mackerel with Gravy for cats is a delicious low - carb meal. The 8 Grain Free Game Meats and Hunk of Beef and Wild Salmon are nutrient-rich, tasty supplements or treats for diabetic dogs and cats. Please remember that diabetes is a serious medical condition that requires veterinary care. Pets being treated with insulin will require blood checks and possible insulin adjustment when changes are made to the diet.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    A very different can of food

    By Dottykittykat on Apr 25, 2020

    My cat isn't crazy about it, so I am keeping it to supplement his other food. Not all the cans seem the same. Some of them are full of too much juice, others a bit better. It isn't as "strewy" as I would have wanted.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Fool Me Once

    By Bumpies on Nov 3, 2019

    17 different cats. 3 households. All ages. Both indoor & 'feral'. 3 or 4 licked the gravy. None ate the food.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Quality food

    By BJ1505 on Jul 6, 2019

    Even though my kitty ate the first can like he couldn’t get enough but then refused to eat anymore doesn’t mean that this is a bad cat food- I just have a VERY fussy cat. The food that he had loved ( and always ate) has been discontinued- he is set in his ways and doesn’t like change. He also has very few options - since Chicken- all seafood and beef are things that he can’t eat

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    None of my three cats like it.

    By SouthCentralPA on May 29, 2019

    All three of my cats will lick out the broth but won't eat the pieces.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    cat's will not eat it

    By Roushblue on Jul 5, 2018

    I have 4 cats and none of them would eat this cat food, it smells fine a little on the hickory side but my cats would not eat it, the possum did however eat every bite of it I put out.

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Mostly liquid - both cats hated it!

    By Maggie on Mar 19, 2017

    I tried this because my cats are getting tired of the current variety of food we offer them and wanted a new variety (they must think we run a cat buffet restaurant just for them lol). As one of their favorite flavors is turkey, and I noticed that one of my cats prefer to lick the gravy from his food first, I was looking for a stew type of food with turkey. The problem is that this was way too liquidity and had a brownish color. One cat took one look at it and instantly snubbed his nose at it and walked away. My other cat licked it a few times and then walked away. It sat there for hours untouched. Oh well, the search continues....

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    My cats did not like

    By BAMC on Jan 30, 2017

    This was a 2nd expensive wet cat food mistake in a row (ouch), and one I hope at least some of the shelter cats who its going to will eat. Neither of my 2 cats would touch this. Lots of water and some solid chunks. Not sure why they didn't like it, but neither would touch it and are not terribly picky cats.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    over priced, 2/3 of the can is water, 1/3 meat product

    By jmd13 on Oct 11, 2016

    The can is mostly a watery "stew" with very little meat product. The cats wouldn't eat it (nor would the dogs). I think it's overpriced and won't purchase this product again.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    really enjoy it

    By Drew8992 on Mar 26, 2016

    thought I would give the cats something different, they really liked this, eat every bit of it. Nice to make the cats happy. Thank you.

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    My cats were not impressed

    By cattywoman on Mar 8, 2015

    I thought they'd like the juice, but they pretty much ignored it. I gave it to a neighbor who insists other cats would eat it. Maybe.....................

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