My 14 year old cat was recently diagnosed with kidney disease. My first step was to transition over to a lower phosphorous, lower sodium dry food. This fit the bill. And my cat loves it. Then I started to introduce her to wet foods and transition her to eating more wet food than dry with each meal because that's wet food is best for her disease. This food gets 5 stars because of its clean ingredient list, lower phosphorous and sodium levels, small kibble size and apparently, good taste. Would recommend it to any pet parents who are in a similar boat as me.
We switched from kitten food to this for one cat and we needed a food low in phosphorus for another one of our cats who keeps eating the other cats food. Ace loves it and it is really good quality. Pricey but at least a prescription is not required.
My cat is loving this food, he meows li,like, crazy when it's feeding time
This food is a 5 star for me because it is the only food my extremely finicky 15 year old cat will eat and it also irritates her stomach less than other foods I've tried. At this point I've tried over 20 other dry and wet foods including special vet diets, everything else she turns her nose up at and/or is extremely allergic to. Please never discontinue this.
I have 2 Peterbalds with sensitive and complicated GI issues. It's a given with their breed but not with this food! This foods so good! 0 issues with their tummy's , poops , vomiting and they beg for more! They love the taste and the ingredients make Mama happy
I attempted to switch my cat over to this food from Science Diet Weight Control. He has been overweight for a few years and I've been trying diligently to get his weight under control. As a new Chewy member, I wanted to try a different food and this seemed very appealing. After slowly introducing this food and a few months later, my cat just won't eat this stuff. He sits by the full dish all day begging for more until I give him a scoop of his old food. So although I appreciate the ingredients and what this food has to offer, I'm ultimately disappointed in now having an entire bag of cat food that I cannot use.
My 10 year old was diagnosed with early CKD, vet had recommended Royal Canin or Hills renal diet. I follow Beagle Freedom Project and use their Cruelty Cutter app to stay away from animal testing, and both of these brands test on animals, not to mention, the ingredients are junk. I joined Feline Chronic Kidney Disease FB group to see if I could get some opinions and help, and let me tell you, this group is full of knowledgeable folks. Now I’m not insulting or undermining the vet, but most vets believe in traditional medicine, and follow a algorithm. My kitties early CKD was found incidentally on routine labs, creatinine was 2, all other labs were normal, so I’m hoping to stave progression by feeding him low phosphorus foods. I learned that most of the Weruva wet food I’ve been feeding him was also considered low phosphorus. I also started him on two supplements; Kidney Restore & Kidney Shield, and started giving him wet food twice a day instead of once. My plan is to recheck his labs in 6 months to see if this trial works. Long story short, my cat likes this food. I like that the kibble is smaller for sensitive teeth, and I like that the ingredients are minimally processed and include omegas and superfoods.
I have 8 cats, our vet recommended that I feed them a non-chicken food, which is almost impossible to find. This is the 2nd food we’ve tried and they do like it better, so I’m going to give it some more time.
Perfect for my formerly feral cat wit digestive issues and he loves it.
We needed a low phosphorus food for our cat with early kidney disease. The vet said he didn’t need prescription food yet, but a low phosphorus diet now will help. Both cats love this Now Fresh food, which makes it so much easier to feed them the same things. While wet food is better, they both love dry as well and we have a hard time getting enough calories with wet only. This food has been a blessing for us, it has lots of real ingredients so we didn’t feel bad switching from their old diet. I wish more adult and senior foods were low phosphorus since kidney disease is so common in cats.