|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Water Sufficient For Processing, Pork By-Products, Pork Liver...||Water Sufficient For Processing, Chicken By-Products, Chicken...||New: Water Sufficient For Processing, Pork By-Products, Chicken Liver...||Rabbit, Water Sufficient For Processing, Rabbit Liver...||Water Sufficient For Processing, Pork By-Products, Pork Liver...|
|Special Diet||Veterinary Diet, Weight Control, Pea-Free||Sensitive Digestion, Veterinary Diet, Pea-Free||Veterinary Diet, Weight Control, Pea-Free||Limited Ingredient Diet, Veterinary Diet||Veterinary Diet, Pea-Free|
|Food Flavor||Meat, Pork||Poultry, Chicken||Poultry, Chicken||Meat, Rabbit||Poultry, Chicken|
|Health Feature||Weight Management||Digestive Health, High-Energy||Weight Management||Digestive Health, Skin & Coat Health||Urinary Tract Health|
|Food Form||Wet Food||Wet Food||Wet Food||Wet Food||Wet Food|
When we first started the "diet" I was concerned as my cat is PICKY! Day 1 - Satiety Kibble ✔️ It was a home run (maybe because he has always eaten the Royal Canin brand) Day 1 - Satiety Wet (Loaf) (thumbs down) He has eaten either Tiki Cat or Weruva and not touching the new stuff. So, I was not forcing the issue with the wet(but had to figure something out). Week 2- attempt again using his favorite treat mixed with the wet- he was not being fooled with my shenanigans. After this failed attempt I did not bother with the wet food and let him eat kibble.... so this time we are one month + into the new stuff and I again thought I would mix the kibble with the loaf - he wasn't liking me and was doing the cutest baby meow (thinking I am falling for his trickery). I walked away and went into a different area of my home and after 10 minutes I came back and he was eating the wet food mixed with kibble!!! It took several attempts but he now gobbles this up (I also use a licki mat to help him eat slower, it helps). So we are on our path to a more healthy weight
Our cats were not exactly wild about the loaf version of this food at first, but over the last week they seem to really like it. And they are slowly losing weight!
She has had urinary problems in the past so this was recommended but she took a few licks and left it in the bowl. Something was not tasty for her.
Cans were half filled up with water....drain the water and it is only a 4.5 oz can....not happy at all. Also, my cat has been on this food for a few years now and really hasn't lost any weight. I don't think it fills her up any. Price is ridiculous too!
This food is expensive but my cats love it. They are losing unwanted weight and maintaining it while they eat food that makes them happy.
My beautiful cat is on a diet regimen and her food was no where to be found. I was going to run out soon and thanks to Chewey I got more and it came a day earlier than I was promised.
My cat eats this brand in dry food formate. He will not eat this canned food. This doesn’t make this a bad product. Buy a can from the vet first.
Hi! Tux is 1/2 of a sibling Tuxie duo who are 8 1/2 (plus we adopted a starving stray last year). Tux was 24.2lbs and is now down to 17.5! He LOVES the food. I usually mash it up really well, mix with some warm water, and add some Bonito flakes (he’s also picky and at time will only eat out of my hand). That being said… …I know times are tough with can size and pricing on Satiety Support. His sibling, Bella, was diagnosed with EPI (pancreas doesn’t work) and inflammatory bowel disease at only 2 years old… …Aside from Royal Canin HP dry food, she can only tolerate Royal Canin PR (rabbit) and PD (duck) for her IBD… …Satiety Support is still a “bargain” even with the price increase and less ounces. The PR and PD now cost $90.00 for the same amount of cans with lesser ounces… …not complaining because my Tuxie sibling duo both have expensive chronic health issues… …just wanted to add context to the ounce decrease and price of Satiety Support because it can always be “worse.”
My cat doesn't like this food. She only eats it if she's starving. I've wasted so much of the canned food. She does like the kibble though. It's just too expensive for her to not eat it once it's refrigerated. I use good seals on the can of leftovers from her morning feeding but after refrigerated, she will not do much other than to eat the congealed stuff then snubs the rest. She's often fussing for more kibble but it doesn't satisfy her. She's stubborn.
All three of my cats love it. Even the very picky eater. It does seem to keep them acting full. It is expensive for me. But seems worth it.