Both my cats both just turned one years old, love this food. They ate it down right away. I feed them mostly raw that I make myself with wholesale pet food raw meat and a suppliment that makes it a complete balanced meal. I like to keep them eating some dry as well for two reasons. 1. Cuz they love dry food and favor it over wet, and 2. Because I’m an emergency if we were to loose power for more than a day or two, all our frozen raw food will spoil and if they not used to eating some sort of non perishable food, it maybe difficult to get them to eat . So my kitties get about a tablespoon of this dry, and about two tablespoons of wet for each meal. Sometimes if in a hurry I will give them three tablespoons of this dry and skip the raw…this gives ne flex ability to use the dry as a treat, As a meal, or as a topper…I wish there was a dry from this brand that not have grain, and also not have peas, legumes, potato’s, sweet potatoes, or beans…i here that some of these grain alternatives deplete the critical taurine content and can cause some severe problems in cats. For now I am sticking with the grain inclusive formula until more evidence is provided that those alternative ingredient’s are safe for cats. I feel like they do need some sort of fiber in diet because when only fed raw, or raw and only meat protein dry they make the smallest dry crunchy poops ever and constipation seems to be an issue…so for now I am sticking with grain inclusive and feeding home made raw to fill in the protein and moisture gaps…some say dry and raw is bad, but it’s working out great for my kitties who are in prime health! I adopted both kitties as soon as they were old enough and they are thriving!
Typical of animals my cat ate some when I first laid it for him. Uncertain if he ate too quickly or if the size of the kibble is a problem for him, he choked and spit up undigested kibble soon after. He has not taken an interest to eat it since then. This one is a no for my cat. I don't have any other cats in my life so I'm unable to recommend one way or another as to whether it is good or not. I did research on allergy-friendly foods for cats, some data says lamb is to be fed to food-allergic cats while other data says lamb is an allergen. It's mind-boggling just trying to feed our pets these days. My gut instinct goes with the data that says our cats need high protein raw diet and not grain. I never saw a cat eat a blueberry so I would not recommend it. Had to try out of sheer desperation.
Nothing really wrong with the food. It just kind of really changed my cats appetite. It made seemingly made him more picky about food and less hungry which is out of character for him.
Unfortunately my cats don't like this food. They used to love it and now won't eat it. Hoping to find a shelter somewhere that will accept open bags to donate it too. Still LOVE Chewy.
My cats absolutely loved this food, but the last 2 bags they've started throwing up. Has anything changed? Looks like I'm gonna have to switch to a different food ...
My cats like this food, the food can be to rich for some cats though and can cause stomach issues. My cats act like kittens again since they have been eating this food
Great ingredient list most cat foods have no where near the list
our cat loves all of the N & D foods. as far as we're concerned, these products are the best quality available!
My cats really love the ND Lamb grain-free, so I bought this for them to try as well. They'll eat it, but two of the three who eat this prefer the grain-free to the ancestral grain formula. The third that eats this as his main food will eat anything LOL I have two other cats who are on special diets who will eat anything, too, and will eat this as treats. I think it's a good food, but I'll stick with the grain-free version.
My cat is allergic to dry food. This dry food was perfect! The cat doesn't itch anymore. And in this dry food, vitamins will last.