The Honest Kitchen’s human-grade, grain-free dehydrated cat foods are crafted with a vet nutritionist to ensure superior nutrition and taste. These protein-packed recipes might look different from the rest, but to your cat, they are downright delicious!
Made with thoughtfully sourced protein as the first ingredient, The Honest Kitchen’s human-grade dehydrated recipes are a breeze to prepare! Simply mix with warm water, wait three minutes, and voila! You’re ready to serve a homemade meal that’s downright gourmet.
Choose a recipe and serve it alone as a full meal or use it as a protein-rich topper. The Honest Kitchen’s dehydrated foods are great for adding additional moisture, nutrition and taste into your pet’s diet.
Packed with Protein
Thoughtfully sourced protein as the #1 ingredient and each recipe is boosted with bone broth for added flavor and protein!
Crafted for Overall Health
Crafted with a vet nutritionist, using thoughtful ingredients, these recipes support your kitty’s overall health and well-being.
Moisture-Rich & Easy to Digest
These cat foods are high in moisture when rehydrated and they contain gentle ingredients and live probiotics to support digestion.
Made Without Fillers
There are no meat meals, feed-grade ingredients, GMO ingredients, artificial flavors or colors, corn, wheat or soy in these filler-free recipes!
From improved skin and coat to better digestion, restored energy and more, pet parents have reported how an Honest Kitchen diet has helped their pets live happier, healthier lives.
The Honest Kitchen has collected thousands of their stories to show just how much these vet-recommended recipes have transformed the lives of pets.
Since day one, The Honest Kitchen has been committed to crafting healthy foods for pets that meet human-grade standards and exceed expectations.
Honest Kitchen foods are made with wholesome, non-GMO ingredients that you can recognize and pronounce.
The Honest Kitchen only sources from folks they know and trust, including a few they started with back in 2002.
All recipes are made in a human food facility with safety standards 7x more stringent than those for feed-grade foods.
As a public benefit corporation, they prioritize social and environmental initiatives in their business practices.
Founded in 2002 by Lucy Postins as one of the pioneering human-grade pet food brands, The Honest Kitchen believes that the best foods are made with the best ingredients. That is why they only use real ingredients you’d recognize from your own kitchen, and only source from folks they know and trust—and who meet their uncompromising standards. It’s what they call The Honest Difference, and once you try it, you’ll see the difference it makes for your pets.
I feed this to my adult cats and kittens. Buying wet food was too expensive with too much waste of metal cans. Everyone seems to like this better with their dry food rather than the cans. So happy cause my dogs eat this brand too
I love this food! I mix it with tuna or chicken for my cats at night and can change if i want it more or less thick. I love this for weaning kittens off mill replacer. Just all around good stuff. All 4 of my cats love it.
My cat really loves this wet food. She goes CRAZY for it! She’s not a picky eater honestly, but doesnt enjoy the dry food at all though. The wet food though, she loves! Shes on EN prescription diet and it costs $50 a bag for the dry food but it keeps her vomiting at bay. This wet food doesnt make her throw up which is a hugeee plus for me. And with this food I can happily know shes getting some type of water intake since she doesnt like siting water in the bowl and she’s an older girl :)
I used to make bone broth and homemade wet food for my 3 kittens but it got a little too time consuming and I was worried about nutrition balance. To save myself the stress, I put them back on canned wet food. I prepare their meals using a high quality pate as the base (they like Wellness and Orijen) then I top with just a bit of Orijen or Arcana dry food because they enjoy the texture. They love that alone BUT they will devour their plates 5x more quickly when I add this as a topper. I mix this with more liquid than directed to get a broth like consistency and just take a spoon or two and pour it over their food. They LOVE it. I don’t think they would like it if I prepared it with a pate like consistency. So I make a batch every couple days, keep it in the fridge and warm it up and mix it well before plating. The herbs in it actually make their meals look super fancy too! One of my kittens will jump onto the counter and start howling as soon as I take it out the fridge! She loves it. Would definitely recommend and suggest you use it as a broth too, especially if your cats aren’t big on water intake. Helped me sneak in some liquid and powder supplements when one was sick too!
I got this because the wet food always goes bad super fast in the summer, and to make it easier for my pet sitter while I’m out of town. We’ve been trying to ease into it for about 3 (maybe more?) weeks before I left town. All 4 cats like it, Bugsy especially—he’s 18.5 so the wet food is mostly for him. It does give Bugsy diarrhea and twice I definitely found blood in his stool (I know it’s his because he’s the only one who doesn’t bury his deposits, but also I’m a helicopter mom so I know when they’re pooping, and the kittens use a different box for their poop anyways). He really likes it though so we compromised and I’ve been adding bone broth and canned pumpkin with each serving. I tried to stop adding those in, but his stool went soft again (and that was the second time I found blood). As long as he gets broth and pumpkin he’s okay. I’m also going to try goat milk but I wanted to give it some time before adding new stuff. One important thing is that I like this because it is more lightweight than the canned wet food, and takes up less space—so nice for shipments and storage. The bag inside the box won’t seal though, so it does make a huge mess. I ended up transferring it to jars. There is also less waste with this stuff. I put 2 tbsp with some water, bone broth powder (from chewy), and about 1 tbsp pumpkin in the morning—if they eat it all throughout the day, I do the same thing at night—it will last from morning until it gets eaten by the following morning though. Side note: the dog also loves it, and really loves to try to be sneaky with it, so I’ve had to set up a protective barrier around where they eat.
I tried several times to give this to my kitties, by itself, as a topper on other food... but they just turned away from it..
This has healthy ingredients and natural cats will not eat
My cats would not eat this food. I started with a small amount in their regular food and increased but they refused their food I use a similar food for my dogs and they love it.
I got 2 cats, 1 is toothless and 2nd is majorly spoiled, took them both couple of days where I had to gradually increase the amount of dehydrated food that I mixed into their wet food and not feed them anything else, but I'm glad to say that it worked, they're eating it constantly and it helped them lose weight. They were also were picky about the consistency.
I bought this to try and give my cat another dinner option.. she refused to eat it. The idea of this is cool, but my cat is not a fan. I will be donating it in hopes maybe shelter cats will enjoy it.