|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Turkey Broth, Turkey, Liver...||Fish Broth, Salmon, Liver...||Poultry Broth, Turkey, Wheat Gluten...||Fish Broth, Cod, Wheat Gluten...||Salmon Broth, Salmon, Fish Extract, Guar Gum, Xanthan Gum.|
|Food Flavor||Poultry, Turkey||Seafood & Fish, Salmon||Poultry, Turkey||Seafood & Fish||Seafood & Fish, Salmon|
|Special Diet||Limited Ingredient Diet, High Fiber, With Grain||Limited Ingredient Diet, High Fiber||Limited Ingredient Diet||Limited Ingredient Diet||Grain-Free, High-Protein, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Non-GMO, Natural|
|Food Form||Food Topping, Wet Food||Food Topping, Wet Food||Food Topping, Wet Food||Food Topping, Wet Food||Food Topping, Treats|
|Health Feature||Appetite Stimulation, Digestive Health, Hairball Control...||Appetite Stimulation, Digestive Health, Hairball Control...||Appetite Stimulation, High-Energy, Immune Support...||Appetite Stimulation, High-Energy, Immune Support...||High Protein|
|Food Texture||Chunks in Gravy||Chunks in Gravy||Chunks in Gravy||Chunks in Gravy||—|
I mix these food toppers with their Purina appetizers; they keep a healthy mix in the complete meal.
The meat cuts are a little too big for Patty Sue, I have to cut some of them in half so she will eat it.
My cat will eat these occasionally. I bought them because she's been having some digestive issues. She tolerated them well but is just very picky these days. It is difficult to get everything out of the package though.
My Angel has IBD (never knew it affected cats). I have searched extensively for a food that is easy on the tummy, but one he will actually eat. We are now into the second case and he is still eating it! Thank you, Purina!
I have a cat with a sensitive digestive system & he tends to yak up quite a bit. This really helps, far fewer incidents. However, he doesn't actually eat it. I make him a soup with water added & he'll drink the water out of it all day long. I don't think the texture pleases his finicky feline palate. But as long as I'm cleaning up less cat vomit, it's ok. Plus the outdoor feral isn't so picky & will eat what he does not. The pouches are not super easy to empty, but love less packaging.
Older cats are hard to please, this is perfect for giving my cat with kidney issues his supplements, and the gravy is great to keep him hydrated in between fluids.
I recently brought one of my cats into the Vets because he had been vomiting undigested cat food for over three days along with a very large hairball. I call it the $1750 hairball because at least he didn't have a blockage. That's when I wanted to be proactive in helping his GI system. Purina Beyond Mixers + seems to be working. I add in a little to his wet food and he doesn't mind it all. He is very picky. He had lost 2 pounds in a year and in 2 weeks gained back nearly half a pound. Very happy with this product
I did receive this at no cost, as this review is auto-tagged, but when I received the packet in the mail, the packaging was so hot from shipping/mailing that I literally dropped it on the floor (live in the south, the pkg this stuff comes in is thin foil-like). There was no way I was going to feed it to my cats since it was basically boiling. But I actually also purchased this on my own accord years ago for my cats, same flavor I rec’d for free as well as others, and based on that experience would not have fed it to them even had it arrived perfectly fine. Both of them hated it, and the little but that they did try caused them to throw up for an entire day. Right out of the package it smells awful (but what cat food doesn’t?), and isn’t pleasant to deal with as a human. Hate to leave negative reviews, but I stay away from this stuff, and just about everything Purina for my cats as well as my dog these days for various reasons.
I received a sample of this in exchange for a review. First off, my cats really love this. They're picky about poultry, so I was surprised to see all three eating their mini serving without hesitation. It definitely passes the taste test. The ingredients? They're alright. I think some clarification is called for (it lists liver, but not what animal's liver), as I try to pick foods with higher quality ingredients when possible. I'm also not sure that flaxseed is the best choice for digestive support in all cases. If this is for constipation? Sure, it may help. If it's for diarrhea? Maybe not. My main complaint is the cost vs amount received. Since it's a mixer, I assume it's supposed to be mixed in with other food, which could explain the small size of the packets. But I'd need 2-3 to feed a single cat (of which I have three) each day, and that's not happening. Thats almost on par with high end food prices, which this isn't. I'd rather spend that same money on a non-Nestle brand with better ingredients of I'm going to be spending $3/day for wet food per cat. As an occasional treat, or of it helps your cat? Sure, these are fine. But I'm not sure if I'll purchase these myself.
I received a pouch of this free for review purposes. I was pleasantly surprised that my cats liked it because they normally won’t touch anything with turkey in it, but they both went at it and gobbled it most of it up in one fell swoop.