|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Water Sufficient For Processing, Chicken By-Products, Pork By-Products...||Water Sufficient For Processing, Pork By-Products, Chicken By-Products...||Tuna, Meat By-Products, Water...||Chunky Chicken & Turkey Casserole: Water Sufficient for Processing, Chicken, Wheat Gluten...||Water, Chicken, Liver...|
|Food Flavor||Chicken, Poultry||Chicken, Salmon, Poultry, Seafood & Fish||Tuna, Seafood & Fish||Chicken, Turkey, Poultry, Seafood & Fish||Chicken, Poultry|
|Special Diet||Sensitive Digestion, Pea-Free||Weight Control, Pea-Free||High-Protein, Sensitive Digestion, With Grain||Indoor, Pea-Free, With Grain||Indoor, Pea-Free|
|Packaging Type||Pouch||Pouch||Can||Can, Variety Pack||Can|
|Food Texture||Chunks in Gravy||Chunks in Gravy||Pate||Chunks in Gravy||Pate|
I wouldn’t recommend this food to anyone. I understand that some kitties may like it but I’ve had my cats on a very good grain free diet for a while now, and they actually refuse to eat this food! Took a bite of it and spit out on the ground. And not to mention wheat/grain is bad for your kitties tummies (fine print of ingredients not mentioned in the initial marketing) so I don’t know how this is helping the kitties digestive track unless it’s some how helpful causing bloating to purposely slow down digestion.
I'm so glad these are back and available - my cats love these pouches especially if they've had a tummy upset or barfed for some reason (illness, age, hairball whatever). They love the texture and the gravy.
Our 8 yr. old cat loves the digest/sensitive Royal Canin food. The pouches are good but we prefer the small cans - just a personal preference. Thanks for easy ordering and quick delivery.
So I have an older cat with stomach issues, and I've always heard great things about Royal Canin. This is the first wet cat food that's gentle with her tummy issues. And she loves it.
I like Royal Canin cat food for my 6 cats, one of whom has a very sensitive stomach. Found this in the pet store and allowed him to try it. Now I feed it to my guy often, but even if the others eat it, I feel really good about them getting nutrients that they need.
Both of my extremely fussy cats really like this food and lick their bowls clean with this one.
Both of my cats love this and it is an easier clean up for me than other wet foods or broths they have eaten in the past.
They must have changed the formula in this. My cats used to love it but now they are not eating it.
I have been giving my cat the canned version of this food which he loved. I had a hard time finding the cans but found the pouches in a local pet store. The consistency is different, more broth, watery consistency, not the gravy consistency of the cans. My cat does not like this at all now. He will go back and eat a little of it when he sees there isn’t any other food around, I give him his dry food at a different time,but never finishes it like he would do the canned version. And, I only give him half a three ounce pouch.
Royal Canin recently had to shut down because of Covid and the result was that alot of their foods were unavailable. A Chewy Rep suggested I try this style since it was the same thing in different packaging. My girl loves the canned variety of this cat food but the packaging can change the texture if not the taste. I put it down for her and she sniffed it and dove right in! I'm glad that I know I have something to fall back on but I'm also glad the cans are available again. This food has a nice look and texture and is very moist. It also smells good which is unusual in pet foods generally. Royal Canin tends to be more expensive than other brands but my girl can be a bit finnicky and there's never been a time that she didn't eat this - from the can or the pouch. Taking this into consideration, I'm spending a little more for food I know she'll eat rather than spending less and throwing alot of it away.