|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Water, Rabbit, Rabbit Liver...||Chicken, Chicken Broth, Water...||Salmon, Chicken Broth, Water...||Duck, Chicken Broth, Water...||Accents of Real Crab: Fish Broth, Oceanfish, Tomatoes...|
|Food Flavor||Meat, Rabbit||Poultry, Chicken||Seafood & Fish, Salmon||Poultry, Duck||Seafood & Fish, Shrimp|
|Special Diet||Grain-Free, High-Protein, Limited Ingredient Diet...||Grain-Free, High-Protein, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Pea-Free, Natural||Grain-Free, High-Protein, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Pea-Free, Natural||Grain-Free, High-Protein, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Pea-Free, Natural||Grain-Free, Limited Ingredient Diet|
|Food Form||Food Topping, Treats||Food Topping, Treats||Food Topping, Treats||Food Topping, Treats||Food Topping, Wet Food|
|Packaging Type||Pouch||Pouch||Pouch||Pouch||Pouch, Variety Pack|
|Health Feature||—||—||—||—||Vitamins & Minerals|
My vet recommended this because my older (11 yrs-ish) cat was having stomach issues no matter what food we tried. Once we switched to this food, the issues got less and less and eventually stopped. It’s worth the price to me if my cat is happy and healthy! He loves this wet topper and the dry food. His reaction to initially was almost feral/hunter like compared to the blah reaction to food he had been having. It was pretty amazing!
Please don't ever stop carrying these Instinct Limited Ingredient rabbit pouches, and please don't change the formula! My cat adores them (and he is a picky eater). I use them as a topper over a can of rabbit food, and he'll always eat the pouch and often some of the can beneath it as well. It's one of his staple foods. Not cheap, but I feel good about the ingredients and think it's worth it.
My kitty ate a tiny bit then threw it up. I am sure it is very good for other cats, but my cat will simply not eat it, even when mixed with her more favorite foods.
My cat is allergic to chicken and turkey and the rabbit she can eat. The only problem is it is very expensive.
She loves this food! Hoping it will work for her. She has irritable bowel syndrome.
This is a nice topper to get some added moisture in your cat's diet. My 3 cat's seemed to really like the flavor. But none of them are a fan of shredded or chunked food, so they would only link up all the gravy. To get them to eat the little rabbit meat pieces, I had to smash them up. But regardless, it is a nice novel protein. Just remember it is not nutritionally complete so should not be fed as a regular meal, it is meant to be added to your cat's existing diet.
I don't want to say anything negative about the product, as it seems a great quality! However, our girls say " no thanks!" We bought a case and tried it a few times over the course of two months - every time they walk away. Maybe good for other but not our kitties!
Our cat has had issues with vomiting his food up for years. We finally decided to try a limited ingredient cat food of rabbit. It has worked. Apparently is allergic to something in ordinary cat food. We have combined this with a freeze dried rabbit kibble and things have been great so far. It has been 3+ weeks without one vomit except for when he got into the dry food we feed our other cat.
He wouldn't east it
My two cats are on single-ingredient diets now for health reasons. Because the one has particular tricky digestive issues, we're down to rabbit. We use this brand in three forms. This gives us another texture change for them so that they aren't always eating the same thing. They love the gravy so I add a little water to the packet and mush it a bit. Then I split one pack between the two cats, once every few days or so. They enjoy it very much.