|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Sardine, Sardine Broth, Peas...||Rabbit, Rabbit Broth, Peas...||Pork, Pork Broth, Pork Liver...||Salmon, Fish Broth, Beef...||Duck, Chicken Broth, Chicken Liver...|
|Food Flavor||Sardine, Seafood & Fish||Rabbit, Meat||Pork, Meat||Salmon, Seafood & Fish||Duck, Poultry|
|Special Diet||Grain-Free, Limited Ingredient Diet, Non-GMO||Grain-Free, Limited Ingredient Diet, Non-GMO||Grain-Free, Limited Ingredient Diet, Non-GMO, Premium||High-Protein, Grain-Free, Gluten Free...||High-Protein, Grain-Free, Gluten Free...|
I got this food because I have one cat who was a semi-feral roaming free and intact. He hates EVERY kind of food, including Greenies and even human-grade sardines and tuna. It’s offensive, really. I saw this sardine pâté and decided to try it. Amazingly, miraculously, wonderfully, he took to it like it was his favorite food - and it is! This food was how I gained his trust and finally drop-trapped him to get him fixed. (He also hated the sight of the box trap, which is why finding something he likes to eat was absolutely necessary to ensure success in trapping him!) Thank you, Lotus, for making this food! I have three other feral-turned-pet cats and they all love this too. They even forgo their usual food to eat this if I have some. I use it as a topping-off treat to add to their food once in a while.
We all know cats are picky. If at first my cats turn up their adorable noses to a food, I leave it for them to eat later. Most of the time, they do. Not this food. They go hungry, and I have to throw it out. To be clear, I always buy high quality food, and this was introduced gradually. Nonetheless, none of my cats (ages 1,2,6,6) like it. I'll donate to Humane Society; maybe they can use in their wildlife division. A total waste of $100+.
I really hoped to love this food because the quality of the ingredients is great, but I have 2 cats and none of them will even touch it:(..
I rotate this in about once every 2 weeks for something different and hopefully healthy. Cat likes it, seems good quality.
This is one of the only foods my two picky cats agree on. They can’t get enough of it. One of my cats also has a sensitive tummy and never has a problem with this flavor.
We have five little cherubs, only one of them is picky. The other four are of the “Anything Goes” sort when it applies to food. And Cole Porter musicals. As soon as the can was open, several of the darlings made the “Ewwww, caca” face. You know the one. Only two of them would approach their bowls to take a lick. I swear you could hear their tastebuds screaming “BLECCH!” But the glares of disdain said it all. It’s a hard NO. Really wish it wasn’t, as the large 12 oz size can is perfect & hard to find for large cat fams. Five out of five paws down.
My senior cat has IBD and this unique single protein food is great! When purchasing the largest cans the price is reasonable too.
This was more expensive than my normal cat food, but I thought it would be a special treat for them. Unfortunately and oddly, neither of them will touch it. (And my older cat is always hungry and will eat anything!) They have never done this before and I am disappointed.
My two kitten go nuts for this sardine pate! They Literally scream/cry when I crack the can and I can’t keep them off of me. Love the food.
I would say it’s a bit pasty no juice at all add a little water to make to mushy and they might eat it with multiple cats only 2 licked it but not with enjoyment I would still recommend though ingredients are good so it worth a try.