|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Pollock, Pollock Broth, Carrots...||Salmon, Pollock, Salmon Broth...||Pork, Pork Broth, Carrots...||Chicken, Chicken Broth, Calcium Lactate...||Turkey, Turkey Broth, Carrots...|
|Food Flavor||Seafood & Fish||Seafood & Fish, Salmon||Meat, Pork||Poultry, Chicken||Poultry, Turkey|
|Special Diet||Grain-Free, Limited Ingredient Diet, Pea-Free, Non-GMO||Grain-Free, Limited Ingredient Diet, Pea-Free, Non-GMO||Grain-Free, Limited Ingredient Diet, Pea-Free, Non-GMO||Grain-Free, Limited Ingredient Diet, Pea-Free, Non-GMO||Grain-Free, Limited Ingredient Diet, Pea-Free, Non-GMO|
|Food Form||Wet Food||Wet Food||Wet Food||Wet Food||Wet Food|
I love every flavor of the Lotus Juicy series except for this. This is not an entree can. It is filled with broth and I can actually count out the pieces of pollock in each can. At this price, I expect actual food, not a can of watery broth that my cat would not touch.
Maybe I just got a bad batch, but this is more like soup than stew. It doesn't look like the picture on the can. My cats won't eat it, and they eat pretty much everything else. Wish I didn't have a case of it...
they wont touch it.. they just sniffed it and then walked away
Thought I would give this a try....but you know, fussy cats...I'm slowing adding to their food hoping they will like the pollock instead of so much tuna.
I have to be honest my cats right away drink up the gravy on this stew and they eat only a little bit of the actual Pollock yet you can see how amazingly fresh this fish is so I am not sure why they don't seem to love it as much as they do other brands.
I am quite satisfied with the quality of the food. The fish to gravy proportion is fine, and the pieces are either small enough or easy to break up. It has a fishy odor, but not strongly so. Sadly, my tuxedo girl loved it the first day, but has been picky since. I have to doctor it with bay scallops, which sort of works. My tuxedo boy seemed to like it, but he is allergic to fin fish and can't have it regularly. Both cats love the venison flavor.
My 14 year old cat has IBD and was tired of the Z/D canned food. It has been difficult to find foods with limited or single proteins that she does not have a reaction to. This one is great, as pollock is not common, and while there is salmon oil, my cat only has a reaction to the flesh. She loves the juices and the meaty part.
I had hoped that after my George stopped liking the Venison and Turkey stews this fishy one would do the trick but although he likes to lick up a bit of the broth when the can is first opened after that he won't touch it.
Although he loves almost any dry food, one of my cats can be a little finicky about his canned food. This is one of the very few canned foods he doesn't sniff or tentatively lick beforehand...he delves right in. I love the quality ingredients and the extra moisture it allows him. Each can has chunks of real pollock filet in the stew, not processed and pressed bits of meat. I would love to feed this to all my cats but it's somewhat pricey for a multi cat household.
One cat loves it and the other does not. That is cats for you. I use the Pollock or Venison on the feedings in between when the other cat is not hungry. It smells good enough for human consumption and looks like fish.