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Lotus Pork Pate Grain-Free Canned Cat Food

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Lotus Pork Pate Grain-Free Canned Cat Food is a grain-free, gourmet pate that’s made especially for a cat's fine-tuned palate. Lotus creates their nutritionally balanced pates in small batches using only natural, whole ingredients and absolutely no processing aids like carrageenan, guar gum or xanthan gum. Savory pork meat, pork liver, white fish, clams, blueberries, carrots and cranberries are simmered together in a pork broth for a meal that’s packed with flavor and nutrients. The unique salmon and olive oil blend provides a full range of omegas to help maintain your cat’s healthy skin and luxurious fur.

Key Benefits
  • Savory pork meat, pork liver, white fish, clams, blueberries, carrots and cranberries are simmered together in a pork broth for a meal that’s packed with flavor and nutrients
  • New Zealand green mussels are added to supply chondroitin naturally
  • This wholesome cat food is formulated with omega fatty acids to promote healthy skin and a soft coat
  • Made with high-quality animal proteins plus vitamins and minerals
  • Contains vitamin E to support a strong immune system

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  • Item Number
    101907
  • Packaging Type
    Can
  • Food Texture
    Pate
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Food Form
    Wet Food
  • Special Diet
    Grain-Free, Limited Ingredient Diet, GMO-Free
Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Pork, Pork Broth, Pork Liver, Pork Liver Broth, Peas, Natural Flavor, Agar Agar, Tricalcium Phosphate, Clams, Blueberries, Cranberries, Carrots, Whole Ground Flaxseed Meal, Eggs, Asparagus, New Zealand Green Mussel, Olive Oil, Salmon Oil, Salt, Sodium Tripolyphosphate, Kelp, Potassium Chloride, Calcium Sulfate, Taurine, Choline Chloride, Betaine, Zinc Proteinate, Iron Proteinate, Niacin, Vitamin E Supplement, Thiamine Mononitrate, Copper Proteinate, Manganese Proteinate, Sodium Selenite, Calcium Pantothenate, Vitamin A Supplement, Riboflavin, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Biotin, Vitamin B Supplement, Calcium Iodate, Vitamin D Supplement, Folic Acid.

Caloric Content

1107 kcal/kg

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein9.0% min
Crude Fat5.0% min
Crude Fiber1.0% max
Moisture78.0% max
Ash2.0% max
Omega-6 Fatty Acids0.25% min
Omega-3 Fatty Acids0.40% min
Feeding Instructions
WeightDaily Feeding (2.75 oz Cans)Daily Feeding (5.3 oz Cans)Daily Feeding (12.5 oz Cans)
6 lbs2 1/211/2
8 lbs3 1/21 1/41/2
10 lbs4 1/41 3/43/4
12 lbs5 1/423/4
14 lbs62 1/41
FAQ

Why is baked dry pet food better than extruded dry pet food?

Because we bake our dog and cat foods, we are able to use up to twice as much fresh meat as extruded pet foods. Then there’s better palatability - in 1 third - party study, Lotus Wholesome Duck Recipe fed 11/2 times better as a first choice against the leading specialty dry duck formulas for dogs. And we do it all without any added flavors or sprayed on fats (Feel the difference - Lotus is not greasy like most extruded foods).Baked foods are cooked at 1 atmospheric pressure slowly cooking and browning each piece of Lotus. Extruders cook food at 2 - 3 times atmospheric pressure using steam. Extruded kibble gets its puffy appearance from being cooked at such high pressure, then being released back into normal atmospheric pressure after cooking. This is cooking from the inside out (think microwave).Oven - baked Lotus retains 100% of its vitamins. Extruded dog and cat foods typically lose an average of 40% of their vitamins. This means that all of Lotus’ fresh fruits and vegetables still provide all of those wonderful antioxidants to keep your best friend’s cells healthy. Lotus even retained 100% of its proteins compared to extruded foods that typically lose 20% during drying the drying process.Feed less! A bag of Lotus lasts 20% longer. This is because a cup of Lotus weighs only 4 oz and many extruded foods weigh an average of 6 ozSlow oven - baking takes about 3 times as long, but we think all the benefits are worth it.

Why do some of the lotus kibble pieces look like they have grill marks on them?

Lotus dry foods are baked in real ovens, like the 1 you have at home. So, of course, there will be some browning from the oven. The Lotus kibbles come out shaped slightly different from each other—the same way homemade cookies are never perfectly round.

Where does lotus source all of their ingredients?

All ingredients are sourced in North America (USA and Canada). There are 3 exceptions on our ingredient lists: New Zealand Green Mussel, Deboned Lamb and Lamb Meal - all these great ingredients come from New Zealand.

Where is lotus made?

Our oven - baked foods are made in small batches in a family owned and operated Canadian bakery. all of our canned foods are made in small batches in our very own micro - cannery in California.

Why are whole grains beneficial?

We use whole grains because of the many nutritional benefits they provide. For example, brown rice provides vitamin E to help maintain healthy cells. Brown rice also supplies insoluble fiber which becomes food for the good bacteria in your pet’s large intestine.In fact, our brown rice is actually more expensive than chicken meal because it’s the same brown rice you’d cook at home. Although chicken meal is a nutritious ingredient, it’s not used in the household kitchen.Rye is another whole grain, but this 1 has the highest concentration of lignans, antioxidant like compounds that help keep cells healthy.Barley and oatmeal are a great source of B vitamins, as well as insoluble fiber, which can help feed good bacteria in the large intestine.

What makes the oil blend in lotus so good for my pet’s skin and coat?

We selected 3 special oils for our dog food, each with their own amazing benefits. We chose soy oil because it is a good source of omega - 6 and omega - 3 fatty acids in the form of Alpha Linolenic Acid. We chose olive oil because it’s a rich source linoleic acid (omega - 6). And we added salmon oil because it’s rich in 2 omega - 3 fatty acids - DHA and EPA. DHA has been shown to improve learning in puppies whose mothers were fed a diet containing DHA. All Lotus cat recipes contain chicken fat as well because cats have an increased need for fat, as compared to dogs.

How do I know that lotus is really ethoxyquin free?

Lotus only purchases proteins that are specified by the manufacturer to be preserved with vitamin E, citric acid, and rosemary. This means all our fish, fish meal, chicken, chicken meal, lamb, lamb meal, duck, and duck meal are all naturally preserved. We do this even though we could claim our food is natural by just adding a natural preservative to the food and not worrying about how our proteins are preserved. We feel it’s necessary to go the extra mile and commit to never buying proteins that are preserved with things like Ethoxyquin, BHT, or BHA even though they are cheaper.

I hear many pet food companies say their food contains no soy. will the soy oil in lotus cause an allergic reaction in my dog or cat?

No, the soy oil is 1 of the oils in Lotus that supplies both linoleic acid (an omega 6 fatty acid) and alpha linolenic acid(an omega 3 fatty acid). It is not a protein like soybean meal which is often used as an inexpensive source of protein in some foods. Allergies are primarily caused by proteins, not fatty acids or oils. In fact, Lotus does not use any concentrated plant based proteins like soybean meal, potato protein, pea protein or rice protein concentrate, for that very reason.

I’ve heard that taurine is a necessary nutrient for cats. I’ve seen added taurine recently in some lamb and rice foods for dogs. why doesn’t lotus add taurine to their lamb and rice formula for dogs?

Because dogs can produce taurine if they have all of the required amino acids. Lotus lamb supplies these amino acids with lamb meat, Pollock and lamb meal as protein sources and not just lamb meal. Lamb meal tends to be higher in ash (bone) and collagen than lamb meat and doesn’t have as much usable protein. Also, Lotus does not use ingredients like rice bran which is often combined with lamb meal which is often the only protein source in other dog foods. When a dog is fed this type of diet, he/she may not get all of the required amino acids to produce taurine, so those dog foods add taurine. A deficiency in taurine can lead to heart issues.

Who does the artwork on lotus’ packaging?

All of the Lotus packaging artwork is done by Bay Area artist Nicholas Wilton. The natural, organic shapes and textures represented in Wilton’s work reflect the organic, holistic nature of Lotus foods. That’s why we chose Wilton to illustrate the images that our art director, Betsy Nathane designed. Wilton’s work can be found at nicholaswiltonpaintings.com

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    The only wet food my cat will eat

    By Bella on Sep 1, 2021

    I have to say I am very shocked that my cat LOVES this food. She’s been a ‘dry food’ cat her entire life. I tried introducing her to wet food for years and she just wouldn’t eat any of it until now. She doesn’t even want to eat her dry food anymore because she’s so obsessed with this pork pate. I mixed it in with her dry food and as you can see from the pictures she only eats the wet food now.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Cats approve!

    By KarenPH on Oct 13, 2021

    Tried this food as a novel protein. Had good reviews and appreciate the lower (than many) phosphorus levels. It is a little on the "pasty" side - easily solved by mixing in a teaspoon or two of water. All three cats approve!

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Would rather go hungry

    By felkei on Aug 3, 2020

    Unfortunately, my kitty wouldn't have anything to do with it. We' ve been trying out "novel" proteins for her IBD. It doesn't smell bad to me but my cat just wouldn't eat it. She actually tasted it the first time I gave it to her, but that was it. Maybe it would work for your cat.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    The answer for my picky eater with digestive issues

    By VividSquid on Jun 22, 2020

    My super-duper-picky 16-year-old Norwegian Forest Cat has mild IBS so it's been tough finding something he can will that won't make him sick. I've tried everything, including raw frozen and raw homemade. I discovered Lotus Pork Pate and he is IN LOVE. He chows down with gusto and eats nearly 1, 12 oz can each day (he's a big guy but not overweight). Romps around like a kitten. Purrs while eating. No more barfing. Dances around the kitchen begging for more. My vet told me that pork's amino acid content is closer to that found in rodents (mice, rats) than any other meat used in cat food. So for the extra-picky eater, this may be exactly what they've been craving their whole lives. It My super-duper-picky 16-year-old Norwegian Forest Cat has mild IBS so it's been tough finding something he can will that won't make him sick. I've tried everything, including raw frozen and raw homemade. I discovered Lotus Pork Pate and he is IN LOVE. He chows down with gusto and eats nearly 1, 12 oz can each day (he's a big guy but not overweight). Romps around like a kitten. Purrs while eating. No more barfing. Dances around the kitchen begging for more. My vet told me that pork's amino acid content is closer to that found in rodents (mice, rats) than any other meat used in cat food. So for the extra-picky eater, this may be exactly what they've been craving their whole lives. It did the trick for my boy. … more

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Cat went NUTS asking for more!

    By Stacie on May 5, 2020

    My cat is a somewhat picky eater. He has not had pork before and isn't really used to pate, so I was a little nervous that he wouldn't care for this. He's allowed to free-feed on dry food throughout the day, so he only gets half a can of wet food as a nice treat for dinner. I gave him his first half of a can of this, and he went absolutely BONKERS! He was zooming from one end of the house to other bouncing off things, and deeply yowling like he was high as a kite. I was a little concerned, but since he had eaten every last bit of it, I decided to go ahead and give him the rest of the can that night. As soon as he got the remaining half of the can, he ate it up and was completely fine the My cat is a somewhat picky eater. He has not had pork before and isn't really used to pate, so I was a little nervous that he wouldn't care for this. He's allowed to free-feed on dry food throughout the day, so he only gets half a can of wet food as a nice treat for dinner. I gave him his first half of a can of this, and he went absolutely BONKERS! He was zooming from one end of the house to other bouncing off things, and deeply yowling like he was high as a kite. I was a little concerned, but since he had eaten every last bit of it, I decided to go ahead and give him the rest of the can that night. As soon as he got the remaining half of the can, he ate it up and was completely fine the rest of the night. Apparently he just loved it so much that he had to go crazy to let me know how much he appreciated it! He kind of turned up his nose at other wet foods for the next few days in protest to them not being more of this. It is definitely a winner according to my cat! … more

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Great ingredients, but a dry pate

    By auggie on Dec 25, 2019

    High quality, but very dense and dry pate that none of my 3 cats really liked. They'd reluctantly eat it if I added warm water, but not straight out of the can :(

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    0 out of 3

    By Nope on Jan 24, 2020

    all 3 cats turned their noses up at this food. No go. Not sure if it was the smell, the texture, or both.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Our Cats' Choice

    By Pyewacket on Apr 18, 2019

    We've been feeding our several indoor cats Lotus Pork Pate for over a year. While they have always liked it, our most recent batch of cans make us wonder whether something is a bit different in the taste. It's obvious that the consistency of this batch is different, as it is much more moist. In any event, the cats have gone from liking the food to LOVING it. As soon as I open the closet door in the morning to get a can, I turn around to find eager faces looking up at me. And when I put the food down for them, it's gone within a few minutes, whereas it formerly lasted several hours before needing to be replenished. I don't know whether this case is a fluke or what, but if it IS a fluke We've been feeding our several indoor cats Lotus Pork Pate for over a year. While they have always liked it, our most recent batch of cans make us wonder whether something is a bit different in the taste. It's obvious that the consistency of this batch is different, as it is much more moist. In any event, the cats have gone from liking the food to LOVING it. As soon as I open the closet door in the morning to get a can, I turn around to find eager faces looking up at me. And when I put the food down for them, it's gone within a few minutes, whereas it formerly lasted several hours before needing to be replenished. I don't know whether this case is a fluke or what, but if it IS a fluke, please let the fluke continue because we definitely prefer that the bulk of the food our cats eat be a high quality protein food with the first few listed ingredients being meat or meat derivatives, as opposed to kibble - no matter how high quality the kibble. If the food continues to be the same and our cats as avid eaters of it, we'll end up spending more by switching over to providing them more canned food and less kibble, (we have kibble to provide a change for them and because some of our cats have a slight preference for kibble) but it's worth it to us. … more

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Just Awful!

    By Lala on Jun 12, 2019

    My two Maine Coon cats love the Just Juicy Pork but hated this Pork Pate. Frankly it smelled so bad I thought it was spoiled.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    They are eating it, but not with gusto!

    By meowwow on Jan 21, 2019 top250Contributor

    I bought a couple of cans of this pork flavor at a local retailer to try it on the cats. Of course, they gobbled it down like it was their all-time favorite. So, I ordered a case from Chewy.com. Of course, as with all such efforts I make for cats, it was not appreciated, and now they kind of only grudgingly eat it. I have found that if I mix a little warm water in and smoosh it up some, they eat it better. It tends to be a bit dry.

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