Dear Purina thank you for making such a great chicken Purina One moist cat food. My cats love this recipe(Natural and grain free). This is soft on my one sensitive cats tummy and my other cat also loves this. Makes mommy happy too because they are eating a healthy diet. I also supplement this with Purina Pro Plan sensitive stomach Turkey and Oat Meal dry cat food which they also devoured .
My cat loves this flavor but I don't know what's going on with Purina lately but both this and the Beyond have given her diarrhea. Specifically it seems like once I leave the 2nd half of the can in the fridge for a couple hours until dinner, it gives her bad diarrhea. Both batches recently had dented cans that I had to return but maybe a bad batch means all the cans are bad, not just the dented ones. Maybe there's a quality control issue but I will not be buying this brand for a while.
Always look at the first five ingredients in cat food because they're listed by weight in descending order. This has REAL meat, not byproducts, or wheat or corn. This DOESN'T have carrageenan which can cause cancer in cats. Most other Purina products have those ingredients. Stay away from friskies, fancy feast, Purina pro plan.
Myy recent order was fine, I have never had a problem with my orders and always received them timely. Unfortunately, I have lost my special kitty and will no longer be ordering unless ordering for my "Grand Cats".
Best food for my siamese. She had alot of stomach issues and it helps with her hairballs. Must buy if your cat has a sensitive stomach. Thanks purina One:) We being buying forever
Can't get any of my 5 cats to eat this. Strangely enough, they like other flavors in this line, just not this one. I was hoping to replace Fancy Feast Chicken pate but... not with this. Will be donating.
My senior cat is recovering from surgery and is being bribed with wet food. He loves it as does his younger brother.
This stuff seems kind of pasty and does not have hardly any juices in the can. The stuff I bought from the store did have more juices and my cats lapped it up.
We like to avoid starches and gums/binders as best as possible in our grain free diet, though it gets pricey. We tried adding Purina one grain free pate to our rotation as the ingredients come pretty close at a more affordable price than our more choosey meals. Have yet to ask our vet if we should be concerned about pork lung as an ingredient.
He eats it but doesn't seem very enthused. I'm concerned about all of the salt in it (sulfates) and the ash content. We're supposed to be buying 2% but this is 3.4%.