Created by a vet nutritionist, The Honest Kitchen’s grain-free Whole Food Clusters recipes are thoughtfully prepared using human-grade muscle meat and liver, low-glycemic carbs, beneficial fats and live probiotics. With The Honest Kitchen, feeding your feline a meal that’s healthy and delicious is easy!
Whole Food Clusters are made with 100% human-grade ingredients in a human-grade facility using a gentler process than most dry pet foods.
The Honest Kitchen starts with nutrient-rich whole food ingredients that are cold-pressed into bite-sized clusters. Then, they are roasted and gently dehydrated into a whisker-licking, golden cluster.
Packed with Quality Protein
The #1 ingredient in each recipe is human-grade protein, like cage-free chicken and cage-free turkey.
Crafted for Overall Health
These recipes are crafted with a vet nutritionist, using thoughtful ingredients to support overall health and well-being.
There are no meat meals, feed-grade ingredients, GMO ingredients, corn, wheat, soy, or artificial flavors or colors.
Live probiotics, natural fiber and gentle ingredients help support healthy digestion.
From improved skin and coat to better digestion, restored energy, and more—pet parents have reported that an Honest Kitchen diet has helped their pet live a happier, healthier life. And to help show the impact of their foods, The Honest Kitchen has collected thousands of stories about how their vet-recommended recipes have transformed the lives of many 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 am not one to write reviews, but was sad to see this & some other Honest Kitchen items getting low ratings. I feed my cat the clusters (all varieties), Cate & the dehydrated (all varieties). He enjoys them all. The only one he is "Meh" about, is the Cate mixed with Beef (he rarely gets beef in his diet). This is quality cat food. I understand that cats are finicky, & what one cat loves, another will despise... still, I would recommend giving this brand a try. The ingredients are so much better than a lot of other cat food items on the market. Attempt a slow transition, that may help get your kitty used to the taste & textures of this food. It's definitely worth it! Thank You for reading. :o)
My cat love this and I love that he’s eating human grade food, which is something that’s very important to me. He has a sensitive digestive system and this is one of the only foods he tolerates well.
I had high hopes for this kibble. They were dashed by my inside cats, as well as the semi feral outside cats. Quite literally they would not go near it. Not in the bowl by itself, nor mixed with their normal kibble. My friend took the bag for her cats.
I was hoping my cat would love this, but she refuses to eat when I try to mix it in with her old food. I put one piece in this morning and she left it and the pieces of her other food that is touching it in the bowl.
I love the limitted ingredients and attention to detailed nutrition. My one picky cat will eat chicken only and the other a Maine Coon eats anything! We changed our dog, with food allergies to this brand too. She loves it. It took a gradual change over a month for both cats and dogs. Their coats are soft and no throwing up. One kitty walked away at first and showed no interest but she's came around. I am thrilled with no hairballs. It took some time for the taste buds to not crave junk. (Finicky kitty)
At first Blackie liked this food but since then refuses to eat it.
Only gave it four stars because my cats seem to hate everything I have tried so I am no judge
I was all excited to try this cat food. Unfortunately, only my outside cat will eat it. The others actually pick it out of the bowl and will eat the other. I'm so sorry. They LOVE the wet food though. I will continue to purchase that.
I was excited to get this food as it is listed as using food grade (not feed) ingredients and didn't appear to have dye in it (which stains carpet when they throw up). Unfortunately my cats were less than excited. They typically will eat almost any dry food, but not this one. I mixed it in with some they do like to try and get them to eat it and they managed to pick it all out of the bowl and scatter it all over the floor. I have 3 cats and none of them will eat it. I really wish they liked it, but cats are cats.
Wren is not awfully picky, but she definitely turned her nose up at this food. She just wasn't interested in it at all. My dogs eat honest kitchen kibble and love their treats. I was hoping it would work out because I love the ingredients AND all of the Honest Kitchen products we've tried so far. She wouldn't even have a taste of this. Fortunately they actually make for excellent training treats for my 11 wk old German Shepherd puppy so I've been using these on her.