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Instinct by Nature's Variety Grain-Free Minced Recipe with Real Rabbit Wet Cat Food Cups, 3.5-oz, case of 12

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Satisfy your pet’s need for real food with Instinct by Nature's Variety Grain-Free Minced Recipe with Real Rabbit Wet Cat Food Cups. Guided by the belief in raw, this recipe unlocks your cat’s ability to thrive. It’s thoughtfully balanced with wholesome foods, like real rabbit plus fruits and vegetables, with a delicious minced texture in a savory gravy. The result is a tasty, high animal protein diet that promotes maximum digestibility, strong muscles, and a healthy coat and skin.

Key Benefits
  • Features cuts of farm-raised rabbit in a savory gravy.
  • Includes whole-food ingredients you can see, like carrots, spinach and cranberries.
  • Delicious minced texture entices your cat to take a bite and unlock his ability to thrive.
  • Never contains any grain, potato, corn, wheat, soy, by-product meal or artificial colors or preservatives.
  • Made in the USA with the finest ingredients from around the world.

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  • Item Number
    122367
  • Weight
    3.5 pounds
  • Packaging Type

    Can

  • Food Texture

    Minced

  • Brand

    Nature's Variety

  • Food Form

    Wet Food

  • Lifestage

    Adult

Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Pork Broth, Rabbit, Pork Liver, Pork, Egg Whites, Ground Dried Peas, Spinach, Carrots, Ground Flaxseed, Montmorillonite Clay, Guar Gum, Natural Flavor, Sodium Phosphate, Salt, Calcium Carbonate, Dried Kelp, Potassium Chloride, Choline Chloride, Minerals (Iron Proteinate, Zinc Proteinate, Copper Proteinate, Manganese Proteinate, Sodium Selenite, Potassium Iodide), Vitamins (Vitamin E Supplement, Thiamine Mononitrate, Niacin Supplement, d-Calcium Pantothenate, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Riboflavin Supplement, Vitamin A Supplement, Biotin, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Folic Acid), Taurine, Xanthan Gum, Artichokes, Cranberries, Pumpkin, Tomato, Blueberries, Broccoli, Cabbage, Kale, Parsley

Caloric Content

854 kcal/kg, 85 kcal/3.5 oz bowl

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 10.0% min
Crude Fat 3.0% min
Crude Fiber 1.0% max
Moisture 82.0% max
Feeding Instructions

Feed your Adult cat 2 - 2 1/2 bowls per 6 - 8 lb of body weight per day.

Refrigerate unused portion.

Transition Instructions

Always introduce a new food over a period of 5 - 7 days, mixing increasing amounts of Instinct with the current food each day.

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  • Wish it worked

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    Sounds like such a great food...but it was actually the first food that our sphynx cat stuck his nose up to. (He literally eats EVERYTHING!) All the other kitties took a couple licks and walked away too. It didn’t sit well in any of their tummies. Seemed like a good choice, but I have to listen to the cats on this one. 5/5 disagreed so I don’t think we will be trying this again.

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  • Picky kitty loves these

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    I just adopted my 2 year old calico at the end of June, and she is much more fond of dry food than wet. Finding something she would eat that was also healthy for her was difficult until I put this in her bowl. She loves it! I give her 1/2 cup per day so these last me about three weeks, which is awesome. Overall both my kitty and I are really happy with Instinct :)

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  • Finally a wet food my cat will eat!

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    After having to say goodbye to one of the loves of my life, I did a lot, and I mean, A LOT of research on cat food and found that cats should be eating mostly, if not all, wet food. Duh. Why didn't I realize that? So I started to introduce more wet food to my Sprouters, but she turned her nose up at Tiki Cat and kinda sorta would eat the McDonald's of wet food (Fancy Feast, Purina ProPlan). I bought the Nature's rabbit wet food cup on a lark. This is the first wet food that Sprout eats almost all of, which is a win for me. I will say that I'm not super happy about the protein-fat-ratio (more fat than protein), but 1)it's not tuna or any other fish, and 2)Sprout likes it. Additionally, it doesn't After having to say goodbye to one of the loves of my life, I did a lot, and I mean, A LOT of research on cat food and found that cats should be eating mostly, if not all, wet food. Duh. Why didn't I realize that? So I started to introduce more wet food to my Sprouters, but she turned her nose up at Tiki Cat and kinda sorta would eat the McDonald's of wet food (Fancy Feast, Purina ProPlan). I bought the Nature's rabbit wet food cup on a lark. This is the first wet food that Sprout eats almost all of, which is a win for me. I will say that I'm not super happy about the protein-fat-ratio (more fat than protein), but 1)it's not tuna or any other fish, and 2)Sprout likes it. Additionally, it doesn't have a gross cat food smell like Fancy Feast and the rest of the lot do, so any possible waste isn't going to stink up your kitchen or garbage can. Yes, it's a bit pricey, but considering how much money I spend on food for myself, I'm o.k. with the cost. … more

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  • My foodie Maple took to it immediately!

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    Maple has always liked rabbit so I didn't hesitate to try out Instinct's wet food cups, because I already feed him Instinct dry. Maple absolutely loves this stuff. He's a foodie so he usually eats anything, but he really ravenously ate all of this up. The gravy consistency is good, and he really enjoyed the minced chunks. My picky eater Lily didn't take to it at all, but I know she prefers fish and chicken. I think this is a quality option for cats who like rabbit. The only thing is that it's a bit pricy for my budget, but I would buy this for Maple again as more like a treat or palate changer every once in a while. I actually really like this packaging over cans. Thanks to the gravy Maple has always liked rabbit so I didn't hesitate to try out Instinct's wet food cups, because I already feed him Instinct dry. Maple absolutely loves this stuff. He's a foodie so he usually eats anything, but he really ravenously ate all of this up. The gravy consistency is good, and he really enjoyed the minced chunks. My picky eater Lily didn't take to it at all, but I know she prefers fish and chicken. I think this is a quality option for cats who like rabbit. The only thing is that it's a bit pricy for my budget, but I would buy this for Maple again as more like a treat or palate changer every once in a while. I actually really like this packaging over cans. Thanks to the gravy consistency, I had no problems of spilling any food while peeling back the lid. The peel back lid is very durable so it can be used to reseal food that hasn't been eaten. I usually have lid covers for my cans, but this packaging avoids that all together while keeping the food fresh. I just peel it half way, and reseal the lid until next time. … more

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  • My cats love this food!

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    I had a hard time transitioning my cats from dry to wet food and this food really helped. It's one of the only ones they will eat consistently. I think they like that it's a minced texture. The phosphorus level is good too.

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  • Instinct Rabbit

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    He did not like it, I have to mixed it with the "soup of the soul". Instead I bought in desperation the Instinct chicken, and this he likes. I think that the instinct rabbit, he does not like the smell. He is 18, old, but in good health, so I must do my best with him. He is my cat.

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  • Yay No Chicken!

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    When I first adopted my cat, I noticed he was constantly itching at his face after eating. My vet of course said it was probably what he was eating, and after process of elimination we finally realized he's allergic to chicken. It was an absolute nightmare trying to find a food that not only had no chicken whatsoever but was a texture my cat likes, since he won't to near pate. I am a stickler for ingredients, and although this one has some that are questionable (mainly the gums and the fruits/veggies) it also doesn't have ingredients that are more worrying for me like grains, meat byproducts, or preservatives. I've been feeding my cat this essentially everyday and he leaves the bowl clean. When I first adopted my cat, I noticed he was constantly itching at his face after eating. My vet of course said it was probably what he was eating, and after process of elimination we finally realized he's allergic to chicken. It was an absolute nightmare trying to find a food that not only had no chicken whatsoever but was a texture my cat likes, since he won't to near pate. I am a stickler for ingredients, and although this one has some that are questionable (mainly the gums and the fruits/veggies) it also doesn't have ingredients that are more worrying for me like grains, meat byproducts, or preservatives. I've been feeding my cat this essentially everyday and he leaves the bowl clean. It's on the pricier side, but you do get what you're paying for! … more

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  • Crazy about this food!

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    My cat is crazy about this rabbit recipe! And I'm happy it's good for him. Will be purchasing many times in the future.

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  • Changed my mind...

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    Awhile ago I said I would not buy the rabbit food again because my cat threw it up. Tried a small portion of the package this time and he kept it all down.I think he ate too fast, ate too much and that is why he threw up. I will be very careful not to let him eat too much of this rich food at once/or in one day. I guess he loved it so much, he made himself sick from pigging out.

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  • Weve tried everything

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    We have a fussy male Maine Coon and an eat anything Hemmingway, never would eat this food, smelt and walked away

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