Enhance your cat’s meals with the protein-packed flavor of the Instinct Limited Ingredient Diet Grain-Free Cuts & Gravy Real Rabbit Recipe Wet Cat Food Topper. It all starts with purposeful and pure ingredients. Guided by the belief in the power and simplicity of raw, this limited-ingredient meal complement is made with a single protein—farm-raised rabbit—and just one vegetable, so it’s perfect for felines with food sensitivities. It packs plenty of animal-sourced protein for healthy muscles, and comes in an easy to serve package to make meals tastier, in a cinch. Go ahead, make every meal even more nutritious and delicious, and unlock your kitty’s potential to thrive with every bowl.
Single-protein source meal enhancer is made with farm-raised rabbit for the pure protein needed for lean muscles.
Made with purposeful ingredients like a single veggie and free of grain, corn, wheat, soy, potato, carrageenan, chicken, beef, fish, dairy, eggs, or artificial colors or preservatives.
Perfect for cats with food sensitivities or allergies, as well as kitties on limited ingredient diets.
Easy-tear package makes it simple to enhance every meal by using it as a topper or mix-in, and the savory gravy is great for picky eaters.
Real gravy adds healthy hydration to daily meals, and is made in the USA with the finest ingredients from around the world.
Instinct Limited Ingredient Diet Real Rabbit Recipe in Savory Gravy is intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only. This is a complementary food and should be fed along with a complete and balanced diet.
I had to find a limited ingredient supplement for my Maine Coon that had "gravy" (must have gravy!) and suited her picky diet preferences. Also, it could not exacerbate my male cat's dietary allergies. Luckily, this is a gravy version of what my male cat was already eating as part of his limited ingredient diet. She loves it. And if my male cat sneaks a bite from her plate, it won't bother him too much. Why am I not feeding both cats the packet food? Because the male cat with allergies does start to have reactions to the packet food (but not canned) if on it long enough. Not sure why.
Racket loves this food!
on Apr 26, 2020
Our cat Racket requires a limited ingredient diet. Rabbit seems to suit him best. He considers these packets of simply rabbit meat heavenly! The only drawback is that they are not complete diets, as they are listed as a topper for the regular food. Nevertheless, they are good for getting him to eat his canned rabbit pate.
Cats love it
on Apr 4, 2020
All my four cats love this food. The only reason I rate it as a 4 is because it is not completely nutritionally balanced. It is only a supplement to other nutritionally balanced fare. For the price, I think they could formulate it to be complete, but I don't know, maybe that would change the taste, and they wouldn't eat it.
Excellent limited ingredients food
on Feb 23, 2020
One of our cats has severe allergies. We are trying to feed him a single protein source. This is one of teh few options which has aboslutely no other additives (like chicken broth, pork, dried eggs...). We will try it for two months. Everyone loves it !
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on Jan 31, 2020
My cats devour this food. They can’t wait for me to open it and start eating from the pouch! It smells good with good size chucks and a small amount of juice.
My cats love it!
on Oct 21, 2019
I use this to supplement my 3 cats kibble diet. They each get 1/6th of the package each day, making it last 2 days. It's their absolute favorite part of the day! When they see me putting it in their bowls they start meowing at me! When they were kittens they were raised on another limited ingredient pate, but as they've gotten older, they no longer like pate and enjoy the chunks that are in this food. I have received many comments on how shiny their coats are, so I think this stuff is working well for them! They're healthy, I'm happy.
4 cats can’t be wrong
on Jan 3, 2020
Our three rescue cats and the one home litter ALL love these pouches. The limited ingredients have really helped their coat, and dry skin. Good price for this item.
Chicken free meal addition
on Aug 10, 2019
My cat has a chicken sensitivity and is a picky eater to boot, so finding canned food is pretty tricky. He's also on a diet so I'm trying to limit his dry food. This has been a great addition to his morning meal-- he loves it. He also loves to little can lid rabbit recipe, but can't stand the big can at all, for what it's worth.
on Sep 8, 2019
My finicky cat will eat it but I have to mash it up first or she will lick the juice off and leave behind the solids. The pouches are a pain. Wouldn't get it at all except it's hard to get her to eat wet food.
Big hit with Mr. Picky
on Jun 27, 2019
When my cat developed a chicken allergy and required a limited ingredient diet, he accepted his new kibble but refused ALL potential chicken-free wet food. What I found was that most limited ingredient pet food is pate, and he would starve to death before eating pate—even duck pate was rejected. Even “morsels in gravy” have to be just the right size or, you guessed it, are rejected as well. He loves rabbit and previously had been eating a rabbit kibble that had to be be eliminated d/t having chicken, so I was excited to find this and it is now his absolute favorite—he loves it and tolerates it well. Since it is a topper only, he still gets his kibble daily and this gets mixed with his kibbleWhen my cat developed a chicken allergy and required a limited ingredient diet, he accepted his new kibble but refused ALL potential chicken-free wet food. What I found was that most limited ingredient pet food is pate, and he would starve to death before eating pate—even duck pate was rejected. Even “morsels in gravy” have to be just the right size or, you guessed it, are rejected as well. He loves rabbit and previously had been eating a rabbit kibble that had to be be eliminated d/t having chicken, so I was excited to find this and it is now his absolute favorite—he loves it and tolerates it well. Since it is a topper only, he still gets his kibble daily and this gets mixed with his kibble not eaten from the previous day—this lets me know exactly how much kibble he is eating so that I can monitor his nutritional intake and satisfies his extremely discriminating palate. Please never discontinue it!… more