|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Lamb, Herring, Eggs...||Chicken, Herring, Eggs...||Lamb, Turkey, Lamb Broth...||Fish Broth, Tuna, Lamb...||Whitefish, Salmon Broth, Salmon...|
|Food Flavor||Lamb, Meat, Fruits & Vegetables||Chicken, Poultry, Fruits & Vegetables||Lamb, Meat||Lamb, Meat||Salmon, Seafood & Fish|
|Special Diet||Non-GMO, Natural||Non-GMO, Natural||High-Protein, Grain-Free, Gluten Free...||Grain-Free, Gluten Free, Pea-Free...||Grain-Free, Gluten Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy...|
|Food Texture||Bits in Broth||Bits in Broth||Pate||Bits in Broth||Pate|
Im very happy with the grain free, top notch ingredients. My cat goes crazy for it and it helped get rid of his diarrhea. That being said, my two other cats, who generally dislike wet food, will not touch it. I guess its a hate it or love it kind of food. Also, I saw one reviewer say they found strange parts in their can and yes, this product seems to contain a tiny amount of tendons and small and large intestine (all of which, by the way, many cultures eat) but those are my cats favorite parts. Best way to serve is microwaved for 8 seconds. Nice and warm and smelly.
I decided to give this canned food a try because my kitties love the dry version of this food combo and it works so well for my IBD kitty. Well the kitties took one sniff and left the room. So I put it on my livestock guardian dogs food. They were horrified and refused to eat until I picked it out of their food. It really is disgusting looking with a layer of solidified fat on top and big (and I mean big) chucks of gross looking meat. My dogs are not generally picky (after all they have no problem eating sheep poop) but they drew the line at this food.
My cat absolutely loves thid. In his old age he has become so finicky taking one bite of one food and leaving it and wanting something else and he just won't eat sometimes but he loves this food, he eats it, he enjoys it and I am very happy.
I switched food for my cat not on a special diet and he loves both the dry and wet of this flavor. I was a little taken back when I first opened a can as there are while blueberries in it. Wasn't sure if he would eat them, although he is not a picky eater. I had no issues with him eating every bit of the food (mixed w/ his dry food for evening feedings). I initially changed my do to N&D as it is a lower residue food (less poop). I have found this to be true for the cat food as well. I find less poops in the litter. Definitely worth the price.
My cats think this is great. They do tend to eat around the blueberries, but I'm not really worried about that. I've been trying to find a good rotation of brands and flavors for my picky kitties. This one is a hit.
One cat will eat it. The other not so much. If I give them two separate foods. He will walk away from this and try to get in n his brothers bowl.
My cat loves this food. Had to find something that she could eat minus chicken and grain. Yes Chewy keep it coming. Old cat picky and fussy. Also food driven.
I will start by saying mine love the lamb dry food by ND so I thought they would love this one too, I do have some finicky cats but one will eat almost anything, he wouldn't touch it the 3 times I put it down. I will say this does look very fatty as other reviewers had mentioned so not very appetizing and the blueberries were huge as well. I will stick with their dry food. Instead of wasting more of it, I will donate to shelter or neighbor in need.
My cat is picky- even by cat standards but my cat absolutely LOVES his N&D food. We have this one, the lamb and we buy the chicken, wild boar and trout/salmon/shrimp one too. My cat enjoys them all. A tip: Since he is picky, usually I open two cans at a time and serve him some of each. Once those are finished, I keep doing the same, rotating flavors to keep him from getting bored. We were struggling to find a food he enjoyed because I wanted him to eat the healthiest food possible while he wanted what tasted/smelled the best. Farmina N&D has managed to create a nutritious food full of hearty protein that meets my standards for ingredients while pleasing his palate. What else can I say? He is eating good food and I’m happy. By the way, his last vet visit she said he looked great. I agree. His eyes are super bright and clear (a sign of health) and his long, thick coat is noticeably shiny and soft.
I'm on the fence in comparison to some of the other canned cat food the company offers (like the boar), both in quality/appearance and how my two cats eat it. I'm about three cans in and they don't eat it as well. It's chunkier in comparison and won't fall/shake out of the can on its own, even with force, so I usually have to scoop out, squish/chop up, and mix with water for my cats to start eating. The main turn off, however, is the white blobs/chunks in every can so far. It was very off putting opening the first can, because unconsciously assumed mold or worms, but I think (and hope) it's congealed fat