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Evanger's Super Premium Quail Dinner Grain-Free Canned Cat Food

Evanger's Super Premium Quail Dinner Grain-Free Canned Cat Food

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    Good for cat IBS

    By Margot on Jan 30, 2022

    My IBS cat got a little bound eating a different brain of grain free quail which also had pumpkin, so adding this to the mixed helped.

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    Not As Expected

    By BethW on May 9, 2022

    I was excited to have my cat try this food, it's so hard to find limited ingredient food that she doesnt have an adverse reaction to, and that she will actually eat. My cat did eat this food, not all of it, but she did spend a good amount of time at the bowl when I put the food out for her. When I was I was excited to have my cat try this food, it's so hard to find limited ingredient food that she doesnt have an adverse reaction to, and that she will actually eat. My cat did eat this food, not all of it, but she did spend a good amount of time at the bowl when I put the food out for her. When I was cleaning up her bowl, I noticed that there were bits of white bone mixed in with the pate. I called Chewy to ask if there is supposed to be bone fragments in this food and was told no. I returned the food for a refund. I've heard mixed things about Evanger's and am not convinced this company makes a quality product. … more

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Not As Expected

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    I was excited to have my cat try this food, it's so hard to find limited ingredient food that she doesnt have an adverse reaction to, and that she will actually eat. My cat did eat this food, not all of it, but she did spend a good amount of time at the bowl when I put the food out for her. When I was cleaning up her bowl, I noticed that there were bits of white bone mixed in with the pate. I called Chewy to ask if there is supposed to be bone fragments in this food and was told no. I returned the food for a refund. I've heard mixed things about Evanger's and am not convinced this company makes a quality product.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Good for cat IBS

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    My IBS cat got a little bound eating a different brain of grain free quail which also had pumpkin, so adding this to the mixed helped.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    best cat food we've bought

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    We were buying Castor & Pollux organic, and the cats were leaving half a bowl of food. Nothing left with this! The Go! lamb and wild boar was also a hit, but this is definitely our cats' favorite. All 3 of our cats absolutely love it, and, since Castor & Pollux price has gone up, this is actually cheaper. It is also the freshest food we've bought with an expiration date two years later than Castor & Pollux and a year later than Go!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    when in stock _ THE BEST FOOD ever!

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    my cat never been so healthy and happy! thank you evangers for keeping it clean. love LOVE!

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Mixed emotions

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    I mostly like the food, but wish it didn’t have plant-based ingredients and I didn’t have to throw away half of the cans due to being severely dented (not taking any chances of my fours cats getting botulism). My cats are, as are many if not most, picky and some days they like it and other days they don’t, but I like having another small fowl option other than chicken (not that it’s small, but my cats don’t like turkey). That said, I do still recommend it bc it’s good if you can get your cat(s) to eat different types of appropriate proteins as to mimic how they would eat if they had to fend for themselves...small fowl and small rodents.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    cats love it, quality ingredients

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    both cats (even the picky one!) love this food. and it's some of the higher-quality food out there at this price point. what a relief.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    A positive surprise

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    I was a little uneasy about trying this at first. Usually I can tell by sight whether or not my little guy is going to approve of a new wet food or not and I couldn't find photos of it anywhere. Basically, it's a vibrant, fresh poultry hued paté (with visible flecks of carrot)- and the smell is actually reminiscent of a human quality stew. Even before plating it with his usual meal of kibble mixed in, I had a strong feeling he would be fairly enthusiastic. Then, sure enough... once the bowl was set on the floor he was hoovering up his food! Nearly inhaling it. It gives me an extra sense of satisfaction knowing that this is a sensible protein to include in his meat source rotation. Its species I was a little uneasy about trying this at first. Usually I can tell by sight whether or not my little guy is going to approve of a new wet food or not and I couldn't find photos of it anywhere. Basically, it's a vibrant, fresh poultry hued paté (with visible flecks of carrot)- and the smell is actually reminiscent of a human quality stew. Even before plating it with his usual meal of kibble mixed in, I had a strong feeling he would be fairly enthusiastic. Then, sure enough... once the bowl was set on the floor he was hoovering up his food! Nearly inhaling it. It gives me an extra sense of satisfaction knowing that this is a sensible protein to include in his meat source rotation. Its species appropriate, not a common food allergen, it's tasty, and great quality to boot! Both of us are very happy about this. … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Food sensitivities

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    My cat has IBD and this single protein food is great!

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    very healthy food but cats won't eat

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    my cats will not eat this. I know it's very healthy with the quail fruits & vegetables cooked in the can to retain nutrients but they don't like it at all it just sits in the bowl all day. so I'm donating the remainder of the cans to a lady who has at least 20 barn cats that have to survive on hunting mice.

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Formula may have changed

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    The first time I ordered this my cats loved it and were trying to eat it before I even had the can all the way open. Now they barely want to touch it. Lot #1419N21QU01. We shall see if they like the next case but they also have now turned their noses up at the Quail and Rabbit which they used to love as well. They will leave it until they are really hungry. I have a lot of waste as I throw it out if it has been sitting in the bowl for more than 2 hours. A shame because it's one of the better canned foods I have found nutrition and cost wise.

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