Lotus Oven-Baked Duck Recipe Grain-Free Dry Cat Food

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Top IngredientsDuck, Duck Meal, Pork Liver...Duck, Turkey Meal, Chicken Meal...Guinea Fowl, Duck, Turkey...Boar, Goat, Lamb...Salmon, Herring, Sardines...
Health FeatureN/A, Diabetic Support, Skin & Coat HealthDigestive Health, Skin & Coat Health, Vitamins & MineralsVitamins & MineralsVitamins & MineralsVitamins & Minerals
Special DietGrain-Free, Limited Ingredient Diet, Low Glycemic...Grain-Free, Gluten Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy...Grain-Free, High-Protein, Natural, No Corn No Wheat No SoyGrain-Free, High-Protein, Natural, No Corn No Wheat No SoyGrain-Free, High-Protein, Natural, No Corn No Wheat No Soy
Food FlavorDuck, N/A, PoultryTurkey, Duck, PoultryGuinea Fowl, Duck, Turkey, PoultryBoar, Goat, Lamb, MeatSalmon, Sardine, Seafood & Fish
Food FormDry FoodDry FoodDry FoodDry FoodDry Food

About This Item

  • Wholesome, flavorful dry food is oven-baked in Canada, with all the goodness your feline needs to stay strong, healthy and happy.
  • Grain-free recipe avoids common ingredients like rice and barley, for cats who are sensitive or choosy pet parents who prefer to go without grains.
  • Tasty formula is made with real, high-quality protein like duck, clams, pork liver and duck meal.
  • Relies on healthful, low-starch carbohydrates—like peas and tapioca—rather than fillers.
  • Includes antioxidants from fruits, sweet potatoes, carrots and potatoes.

Questions & Answers

4 Customer Questions

Is the dried egg product, a duck egg or chicken? My cat is allergic to chicken.
Answer by ChewyAug 19, 2020
Lotus Oven-Baked Duck Recipe Grain-Free Dry Cat Food uses chicken eggs in the formula.

Answer by ChewySep 12, 2019
This recipe has an approximate carbohydrate content of 29.25% as fed and 32.5% on a dry matter basis.

Is the garlic listed in the ingredients safe for cats? I thought even small amounts were toxic.
Answer by ChewySep 08, 2019
Many people believe that garlic and onions are harmful to dogs, and in large, concentrated doses this can be true. However, in the proportions that are used, it is highly beneficial to heart health, acts as a natural flea repellent, an antioxidant and anti-bacterial ingredient. Just like with humans, many things are healthy (and indeed necessary!) in small doses but potentially harmful in large, concentrated doses.

What is the phosphorus on a % dry matter basis?
Answer by ChewyMar 23, 2019
This recipe has a phosphorous content of 1.21% on an as fed basis and 1.34% on a dry matter basis.

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Rated 3.24 out of 5 stars
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25 Customer Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By BOYS on Mar 12, 2021


Pricey. My 10 month old cats like it and eat it. Thats good enough for me. I mix it with another dry food that they like that is also healthy , grain free but much less expensive.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By GreenKlowd on Dec 11, 2020

Didn't like it

I ordered 2 different kinds of this brand.... And when I opened the box... One of the bags was split open, with the food everywhere and wasted.. My kitties didn't even like the food... Guess that was $40 something wasted. Now what?!?

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By jilma on Jul 22, 2020
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None of the four would even try it

I am so disappointed. The food and quality look great, but none of my cats wanted anything to do with it. They would not even NIBBLE. I cannot get them to eat ANYTHING but turkey or salmon.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By angelstelli on Jun 30, 2020

Small Kibble

My boys like this food, but have to work at eating it. They are big guys and the kibble is very small.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Vally on Jan 3, 2020

Just one try

My cat tried it only when I opened, he liked to test new food. But then he didn’t come. I mixed it with previous food (tiki cat), which he loved at first sight, he eat this mix. But in 2 weeks I saw flakes in his hair. Don’t recommend, my cat is not picky. As I know my cat and his sugar level, seems, this food contains more carbohydrates and have bad taste of chicken fat, like very old frozen chicken (I tasted it). Me and cat say NO

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By magesse on Nov 2, 2019

My monsters love it AND it helped their digestive problems

Admittedly, my cats aren't very picky but they really love this food. I'm delighted that it is baked, since the high heat extrusion process has been shown to produce carcinogens in the food. I bought this because they had "digestive issues" and their loose stools resolved into normal ones in a week or so. I feed it as a "treat" twice a day and they are very very happy with it. I also like it personally because it doesn't have an overwhelming odor when I open the bag. Some kibble really make me gag but not this.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By doug79 on Jan 11, 2020

lotus duck recipe

looking for alternatives in food for our 20 yr old cat as she is alergic to fish. great product, little pricey, but she's worth it.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By CWhit on Sep 25, 2019

Helped my cat with UTIs

I LOOOVE this food. My kitty kept having issues with UTIs and my cat wanted to put him on prescription food. However, the food was so expensive and so gross looking and smelling I decided to see if there was any other options. This food has a very low ash percentage which really helps with that problem and it's so much healthier and affordable for my kiddo. We love it! I've been a loyal user for about 3 years now.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Ajagershot49 on Jul 19, 2019

Unsure yet

My cats don't appear to love this. It's been a bigger transition than the traditional harder urinary perscription diet. Time will tell

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By JustPeachy362 on Mar 18, 2019

"WE" both love it!

This kibble got my approval from the list of ingredients; the first 3 are Duck, Duck Meal, Pork Liver. And then, some clams but no fish, no preservatives, and NO GRAIN. Then I put a bowl of it out and it was approved by my Himalayan. I like the rough shape of the kibbles, I think it makes them easier to crunch, as cats cannot chew. My cat gets a blend of 5 different kibbles in her feeder. I make up an assortment as the feeder needs to be filled. She will take her paw and pull out one at a time and eat it. When we run into a kibble she doesn't like, she will push it to the side and I will find a pile of them hidden behind the water bowl. That's saying it loud and clear. She really likes this kibble, by itself she will eat it, and in a blend, none of them behind the water bowl! so Win/Win!