I had hoped to get a food to help keep them healthy and to keep their coat shiny and their skin healthy. I will keep trying.
My cat doesn't like this much. (Will eat it when she's been given prescribed appetite stimulant.) I think maybe it does make her coat softer and shinier, but it's hard to be sure because she doesn't eat it regularly. She likes Royal Canin Aging 12+ foods much better. And this is very expensive (and is only available in the 3 oz cans). But your cat may like it.
My cats were eating this food and one of my cats coat improved. I ordered another carton and my cats didn’t like it. They changed the formula. It wasn’t even the same consistency. Waste of money.
Our siamese decided to start eating our shih tzu's royal canin beauty so I thought I'd try the intense beauty for cats. He won't touch it and proceeds to eat the dogs food.
Although all four of our cats enjoy most of the Royal Canin canned foods, the Intense Beauty did not seem to go over well. Since it was always left in the bowl by the next day, we gave all the cans to a local cat rescue facility. Somebody will appreciate it.
Ordered 2 cases and opened 1 can and she refused it. Just ordered her the adult instinctive. She loves that one. She is a picky eater.
Our vet recommended Royal Canin for our Maine Coon to keep her healthy and to assist preventing FHV flare ups. She loves the food and cleans her bowl every time.
I HAVE 3 CATS, AGE'S 10,12 &15....MY KITTY'S NOT ONLY LIKE THIS FOOD, ITS VERY GOOD FOR THEM ACCORDING TO MY VET & HAS IMPROVED THE BLOOD WORK THAT I DO FOR THEM EVERY 6 MONTHS
My Maine Coons love this wet food and it makes their coats shiny and silky. There have been moments of panic when I can’t figure bad it in stores and Chewy is out.
When trying to switch from the Kitten food which he loved I tried another brand because Royal CANIN wasn’t available and he wouldn’t touch it..then I saw the Intense Beauty was available and ordered it. It took a couple of days but now Murphy loves it and his coat is gorgeous!