|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Rabbit, Quail, Water Sufficient for Processing...||Pork Broth, Rabbit, Pork Liver...||Boneless Turkey, Water Sufficient For Processing, Potato...||Salmon, Chicken, Water Sufficient for Processing...||Beef, Pork, (Filtered) Water Sufficient for Processing...|
|Food Flavor||Rabbit, Meat||Rabbit, Meat||Turkey, Poultry||Chicken, Poultry, Seafood & Fish||Beef, Meat|
|Special Diet||High-Protein, Grain-Free, Gluten Free...||Grain-Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy||Gluten Free, Sensitive Digestion, Grain-Free...||High-Protein, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Grain-Free...||Indoor, Limited Ingredient Diet, Gluten Free...|
It seems like a different consistency of this food, although it's the same food, the same label of food, at least. The darker one also has white chunks in it. Should I be concerned? I know my cat responds much better to the actual solid pate on the right.. It's the only food that doesn't upset his stomach, when it's in the format of the right side. It's so bizarre...
My cats prefer pate style so that is what they get. Evanger brand delivers excellent nutrition and flavor that my cats keeps coming back for. I alternate this flavor with Duck Dinner and my finicky kitties are pleased.
My cats will eat this food. Not close to being a favorite of anyone's however they are not crazy about pate. Good ingredients but on the pricey side. I was actually suprised all 3 would eat it ! Does not happen often.
One of my cats needs a limited ingredient, novel protein diet, and my other cat will only eat wheat his brother eats. Many LI foods either have chicken, turkey, or white fish, and the ones that don't are either exorbitantly expensive or unpalatable (or both). This food is the only one so far that they will both eat consistently, and while it's not inexpensive, it's not in the $80+ a case range like many foods. It's more liquidy than a lot of other LI foods, which tend to be a pretty dry and firm pate, and they seem to prefer the texture of this food. My only criticism is that the cams don't seem full, and between that and the loose texture, it doesn't seem like there is a full 5 ounces in each can, which is annoying. But as long as they will rest it, I'm sticking with it!
4 out of 5 cats loved this flavor. I was a little worried they wouldn’t like it because they are used to flaked/chopped food in gravy, this was like a soupy pâté. 4 of them loved it, the one cat that didn’t isn’t into game-y food so I wasn’t surprised. Will order again.
I bought this food because I was searching for something not containing chicken or turkey. My cats are on again, off again with rabbit, but lately they've mostly enjoyed eating it. Sadly, their reaction to this food can only be described as extreme dislike. I thought ingredients sounded great, except for the tomato, but they disagree. Even if they are telling me that they are starving, they will let this food sit uneaten for hours. I'm giving this food three stars for the ingredient list, but it's zero stars as far as my cats are concerned.
Nice jelly / moisture / meaty - three cats make a meal out of this flavor !
Both my kitties love this food .. they both clean their plates !
I’m sure the quality is fine, but there wasn’t much actual food in these cans. We switched from Wellness Complete Canned Pate and were surprised at how watery the consistency of these were. I didn’t see this in the other reviews. Felt like we were kinda ripped off though. Was this just a bad batch, idk?
They have changed the formula, it is very soupy. I'm guessing they are adding more water and other cheap ingredients to increase profit margin. My cats walk away from this now.