|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||USDA Chicken, USDA Pollock, Potatoes...||Chicken, Chicken Liver, Fish Oil...||Chicken With Ground Bone, Salmon, Whitefish...||Chicken, Lamb Heart, Lamb Kidney...||New: Chicken (with ground bone), Chicken Livers, Salmon...|
|Special Diet||Grain-Free, Limited Ingredient Diet, Sensitive Digestion...||Gluten Free, Grain-Free, High-Protein...||Grain-Free, Limited Ingredient Diet||Gluten Free, Grain-Free, High-Protein...||Gluten Free, Grain-Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy...|
|Health Feature||Appetite Stimulation, Digestive Health||Skin & Coat Health||—||Appetite Stimulation, Digestive Health, Skin & Coat Health||—|
|Food Flavor||Poultry, Seafood & Fish, Chicken||Poultry, Chicken||Chicken, Salmon||Poultry, Meat, Chicken, Lamb||Poultry, Seafood & Fish, Chicken, Salmon|
I prepared it several times, trying to see if the amount of water I mixed in made a difference. But it didn't matter if it was firm or soupy, they recoiled as if it smelled bad. Even the dog, who is pretty omnivorous (especially when there's an opportunity to steal cat or human food), wouldn't eat it. Which isn't to say that it's not a nutritious product, and there may be cats who like it, but at my house, it was an epic fail. And I hesitate to donate it to a shelter, since the preparation is a little unusual; I would worry that someone might serve it to the cats in dehydrated form.
I was looking to switch all my cats (8 total!) food because they seemed so unenthusiastic with what I was buying. This was comparable to what I was paying and seemed healthier! Instead of water I bought a dehydrated bone broth to mix with it and it turned out really good! I didn't have an issue with runny food as I added til it reached a consistency that worked for me and it followed the guidelines which worked out with the time frame I needed the food to last. However out of all my kitties only 2 actually liked it but because those 2 did eat it, it was a huge relief as they had actually stopped eating the other food all together. Not having a smell didnt bother them at all as one has health issues which makes her snotty quite often and she loves it!
I'm surprised that some people's cats won't eat this, but I'm especially baffled by people saying it has too little smell. I love that about this food!! Fresh meat doesn't smell either and cats don't need artificial flavors. My cats are used to wholesome foods and ate this right away. There isn't a perfect food out there, even if you're feeding raw.
I have 6 dogs, all but one liked it. I make my own dog food, but use this to mix in. Also used it when I ran out at an inconvenient time. The smell is pleasant, it mixes with water easily, ingredients are wholesome. My only criticism is I would rather it be dark meat turkey instead of white meat chicken as the turkey is more nutritious.
I have 1 picky cat and 2 who will eat anything, none of them would touch this.
XXXPICKY cats not interested, but it's a great supplement for my homemade dog food.
My cat who will eat just about anything would not touch this.
I have one cat that throws up several times a week. The other is overweight. I took away the dry food (for sensitive stomachs and weight management) and started feeding 1/2 cup Lucy’s food mixed with 1/4 cup canned food twice a day. It’s like a miracle! No more heaving and weight is under control. I really appreciate the quality of the food. As an added note, I read the reviews and sad to see so much negativity. When cats get used to real food and not chemical ridden food they thrive. My cats are middle aged and playful again.
My 4 cats sniffed it, wouldn't eat it & walked away from it.
NONE of my cats will even touch this food. I thought it looked worth buying, but ALL of my many cats say No Way!! The ingredients looked pretty good, but something must be way off!!