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Instinct by Nature's Variety Limited Ingredient Diet Grain-Free Real Rabbit Recipe Natural Wet Canned Cat Food

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Satisfy your feline friend’s need for real food with Instinct by Nature's Variety Limited Ingredient Diet Grain-Free Real Rabbit Recipe Natural Wet Canned Cat Food. Made with a purposefully simple list of ingredients, this savory pate contains just one animal protein and one vegetable, rather than the mix of each you’ll find in most other cat foods. Guided by the purity and simplicity of raw, it’s simple and essential nutrition your cat needs to thrive. Now he can enjoy a great-tasting, nutritious diet that’s easy on his digestive system and nourishing to his whole health.

Key Benefits
  • Features a purposefully simple ingredient list for cats with food sensitivities–just one animal protein and one vegetable.
  • Farm-raised rabbit is the first ingredient, an easily-digestible, flavorful protein that provides all the essential amino acids he needs.
  • Delicious pate is formulated with vitamins and minerals to deliver complete and balanced nutrition.
  • Made without the use of chicken, beef, fish, dairy, eggs, grain, potato, corn, wheat or soy.
  • Proudly made in the USA with the finest ingredients from around the world.

Instinct by Nature’s Variety is ‘Redefining Better’ in pet food and introducing a fresh, new look. During the transition, you may continue to receive product in the old packaging.

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  • Item Number
    86172
  • Weight
    4.8 pounds
  • Food Texture

    Pate

  • Brand

    Nature's Variety

  • Food Form

    Wet Food

  • Lifestage

    All Stages, Adult

  • Made in

    United States

  • Special Diet

    Sensitive Digestion, Limited Ingredient Diet, Grain-Free, Gluten Free

Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Old Formulation: Rabbit, Water, Rabbit Liver, Peas, Montmorillonite Clay, Dicalcium Phosphate, Potassium Chloride, Calcium Carbonate, Salt, 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), Choline Chloride, Taurine

New Formulation: Rabbit, Water, Rabbit Liver, Pea Protein, Peas, Montmorillonite Clay, Dicalcium Phosphate, Potassium Chloride, Calcium Carbonate, Minerals (Iron Proteinate, Zinc Proteinate, Copper Proteinate, Manganese Proteinate, Sodium Selenite, Potassium Iodide), Salt, Choline Chloride, 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, L-Ascorbyl-2-Polyphosphate

Caloric Content

Old Formulation: 1,145 kcal/kg, 178 kcal/5.5 oz can, 97 kcal/3 oz can

New Formulation: 1,053 kcal/kg, 164 kcal/5.5 oz can, 90 kcal/3 oz can

Old Formulation:

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 10.0% min
Crude Fat 4.5% min
Crude Fiber 3.0% max
Moisture 78.0% max
Omega-3 Fatty Acids 0.1% min
Omega-6 Fatty Acids 0.65% min

New Formulation:

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 12.5% min
Crude Fat 4.5% min
Crude Fiber 3.0% max
Moisture 76.0% max
Omega-3 Fatty Acids 0.1% min
Omega-6 Fatty Acids 0.65% min
Feeding Instructions

Ideal feeding amounts will vary by age, weight and activity level. Feed at room temperature and refrigerate unused portion. Always provide access to clean, fresh water.

Adults: Feed 2, 3-oz cans or feed 1, 5.5-oz can per 6 to 8 lbs of body weight per day.

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.

About Instinct Limited Ingredient Diet Cat Food

Instinct Limited Ingredient Diet Cat Food
1 ANIMAL PROTEIN

1 ANIMAL PROTEIN

The ingredient list is purposefully simple for pets with food sensitivities. It focuses on one animal protein and one vegetable—versus the mix of each you'll find in most pet foods.

SIMPLE AND ESSENTIAL

SIMPLE AND ESSENTIAL

Sometimes what's not included is just as important as what is. Our recipes are made with cage-free poultry or farm-raised rabbit and always made without grain, dairy, eggs, potato, corn, wheat, soy or artificial ingredients.

Pure, real nutrition of raw on every piece

Pure, real nutrition of raw on every piece

They put the pure, real nutrition of raw on every piece of Instinct Limited Ingredient Diet by tumbling their kibble with crushed, freeze-dried raw—raising the bar in nutrition and taste.

The Pure, Real Nutrition of Raw Is In Everything Instinct Does

Instinct's Responsibility as The Raw Brand

LEAD WITH RAW

It all started with Instinct's raw pet food. Since the beginning, they've led with raw because they know the good it can do. They're rewriting the rules of pet food and championing raw nutrition to bring its superior benefits to all that they do.

KEEP IT REAL

Delicious and nutritious pet food should only use real ingredients. For Instinct, this means all-natural, real meat, fruits and vegetables, with nothing artificial.

MAKE IT SIMPLE

Feeding raw should be simple, and it should easily fit into your everyday routine. Instinct believes raw should be accessible to pet parents so every pet can experience the benefits of raw nutrition.

GIVE BACK

Instinct believes in the power of raw nutrition. It only makes sense to share it. Together with Best Friends Animal Society, they're furthering the no-kill movement and their shared mission of transforming and saving the lives of pets.

MAKE IT BETTER

Instinct has never been afraid to challenge the status quo of pet nutrition. They continuously redefine what better means—always pushing their standards of nutrition to raise the bar in pet food.

Pure, real nutrition of raw on every piece

ONE MILLION MEALS

All pets deserve food that's real, nutrient-rich, grain-free and natural. That's why Instinct provides over one million meals annually to the dogs and cats at Best Friends Animal Society adoption centers nationwide. Because what we feed them can make all the difference. Here "we" refers to the pet parent, not Instinct.

About Instinct

Instinct believes deeply that it's up to them to find a way to make it possible for more people to feed their pets the pure, real nutrition that only comes from raw. They know that if they can get the nutrition of raw into more bowls, they'll transform the lives of more pets. And that's really why they do what they do.

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134 Reviews 134 Reviews 4.4 out of 5 Stars

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  • My cat wouldn’t eat

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    I was attempting a food trial for a possible chicken allergy. Usually my cat eats wet food over dry. I bought the wet and kibble version. She enjoys the dry but won’t touch the wet. I’m just happy she’s enjoying mealtime again, as the previous dry food attempts with other brands did not impress her at all.

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  • NONE of my 6 Cats will eat the new formula!

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    My 6 cats have been on the LID Rabbit formula for quite some time. Product went out of stock for over a month during the end of 2017. Now it is back in stock but with a new formula and HIGHER price. I have an older cat with allergies so I reordered as soon as it was available. NONE of my 6 cats will eat the new Rabbit recipe. They won’t eat the other LID flavors either. I switched to Merrick LID Chicken recipe and they ALL love it! Unfortunately, I ended up with several cases of expensive food from Instinct that are now useless to me.

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  • New formula (2018) no longer works for food-sensitive cat

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    I have a very food-sensitive Siberian cat. After months of experimenting with various foods in 2017, I found this product (along with daily probiotic) eliminated our cat's loose stools. However, the new formula (2018) has brought those issues back. I assume this is due to the added fillers (more choline chloride; now has pea protein and L-ascorbyl-2-polyphosphate). Inexplicably, the new formula is also more expensive.

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  • High Quality

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    Both of our cats enjoy this variety of Instinct. Our older cat has food allergies and luckily rabbit isn't one of them but finding one without any other ingredients is difficult to find. I'd give this 5 starts except it is somewhat on the dry side for a pate. I think they'd like it even more if it was a bit juicier.

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  • New Formula Causes Vomiting

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    I have been feeding this to my cat for a while and she loves it. The last time I purchased it, I didn't realize the formula had changed. My 3 year old cat who had literally never once vomited in the time I've had her now vomits regularly. Needless to say I'm searching for a new wet food. Very disappointed.

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  • Kitty likes rabbit!

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    It took me giving this to my cat a few times for her to decide she likes it, now she gobbles it up! She's never had rabbit so maybe the change in meat source threw her off but she loves this food now.

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  • 9 cats, each 9 lifes.....

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    My cats love the canned Instinct. All the flavours are so soft and juicy. I think the rabbit might be wilcome change. But so far, all 9 of them, love the food, they get right now. You never know, what they think of next. Love you Chewy

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  • My cats love this food.

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    This food is awesome. My female cat Squeegee had struvite crystals, and this food cured them. I didn't have to buy the prescription food. If you can't afford this kind, the turkey is a lot cheaper. They have other kinds also, but I'm going to try the turkey next. It's just as good as the rabbit.

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  • Limited ingredient food

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    I had to switch my kitty over to a limited ingredient canned food because of numerous issues with bladder infections and idiopathic cystitis. She was allergic to chicken and has been on fish food for years. I was nervous that she would not like it. I gradually added it to her fish food and now she's eating the rabbit and just loves it.

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  • 3 out of 4 cats approve!

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    So I have always liked Nature's Variety as a premium pet food. I've fed my dog the raw patties for over eight years with fantastic results. My cats are not fans of "going raw", so canned food is my second best option. I have four cats and they all have their own quirks with what they like in a canned food. To give a fair review, I purchased cans of the turkey, rabbit, and duck limited ingredient formulas to find out which one my cats might like the best. Hands down the favorite was the rabbit. Three of my cats scarfed it down like voracious lions. The fourth cat is the hardest one to please and he just "buried" it and refused to try it. The duck pleased all four cats but they didn't eat it with So I have always liked Nature's Variety as a premium pet food. I've fed my dog the raw patties for over eight years with fantastic results. My cats are not fans of "going raw", so canned food is my second best option. I have four cats and they all have their own quirks with what they like in a canned food. To give a fair review, I purchased cans of the turkey, rabbit, and duck limited ingredient formulas to find out which one my cats might like the best. Hands down the favorite was the rabbit. Three of my cats scarfed it down like voracious lions. The fourth cat is the hardest one to please and he just "buried" it and refused to try it. The duck pleased all four cats but they didn't eat it with the same vigor as the rabbit. The last place finalist was the turkey. It was eaten, but not with the same gusto as the other two flavors. My only wish is the company would just remove the peas. I have to pick them out and they are pointless for cats who are obligate carnivores. … more

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