|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Chicken Broth, Chicken, Pork Liver...||Water, Turkey, Turkey Giblets...||Chicken Broth, Chicken, Pork Liver...||Chicken, Liver, Water...||Salmon, Liver, Water...|
|Food Flavor||Poultry, Chicken||Poultry, Turkey||Poultry, Chicken||Poultry, Meat, Chicken, Beef||Seafood & Fish, Salmon, Tuna|
|Food Texture||Stew||Minced||Chunks in Gravy||Pate||Pate|
|Food Form||Wet Food||Wet Food||Wet Food||Wet Food||Wet Food|
|Special Diet||—||With Grain||With Grain||High-Protein||High-Protein|
|Health Feature||—||—||—||Appetite Stimulation, Digestive Health, Immune Support...||Appetite Stimulation, Digestive Health, Immune Support...|
My 14 year old girl Minnie Mouse, with possible early stage Kidney Disease appears to enjoy this and finishes her plate each time. (I'm not thrilled with the protein, phosphorus and sodium amounts in the food, but it is only one of the several different foods that she eats.)
I have a very picky 16 year old who was previously eating Sheba but decided he was tired of the flavors. We tried a couple more brands that he turned his nose up at. He doesn’t like pate or fish flavors which as you know is 70% of cat food. He LOVES this stuff. He’s so excited about meals again. He even hops up on the counter to try and get to it quicker. The consistency of the food is like stew and I mix in a little hot water to make it more gravy like and it’s fantastic. I can’t recommend it enough.
I have 2 ‘Orangies’ 13 years old. So glad it is back. They love it.
My youngest male cat is finally eating can cat food. He really likes this flavor *except* for the rice and veggies. Once he leaves that behind I have to toss the rest of the food out every morning.
Absent from shelves for months, its return has the fussbudget who adored it turning up her nose. Hard to detect a scent and I think that was what attracted her. Luckily, he-who-will-eat-anything doesn't mind it.
smells awful....but cat's usually like that....My senior cat is 17 and a half...She liked the food at first but now refuses to eat it..She's always been finicky...but this was a waste of money.
This is one of the only wet foods I have tried that my cats will eat. The dish is usually completely clean. Expensive but worthwhile because I don't have to throw half of it away.
I love that my cat, Sophie, likes this formula! It is what the vet recommended for a healthier diet for her especially with her pancreatitis issues.
I’m so glad to have this option- my 17 yr old has kidney disease so this is a good low phosphorus healthy option that he actually will eat. Impt: he can’t eat it in the stew form so I take the magic bullet, add a bit of water and blend two cans at a time- totally liquifies it and I make it into about four servings for him. This way he eats all of it and gets all the nutrients. I hate seeing him struggle to eat/ it’s hard for him to eat his kibble these days- he forgets to chew- he licks his food so blending into a liquid purée makes this perfect. The taste of this is what really is above the rest. And this particular line of kibble is palatable as well. All the omegas and a good balance of proteins/phosphorus for older Early stage kidney disease cats Or those who Won’t eat their prescription diet- just do this and put in phosphorus binder and let your cat have food they like.
Our adorable tabby, who has dilated cardiomyopathy has certain wet & dry cat foods he is allowed to eat. He loves the Hills Science Chicken & Vegetable stew. We are grateful for Chewy. We order his Hills Science Diet wet food & his pill pockets