|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Turkey, Lentils, Chicken Fat (Preserved With Mixed Tocopherols)...||Beef, Lentils, Chicken Fat (Preserved With Mixed Tocopherols)...||Turkey Meal, Peas, Turkey...||Whitefish, Whitefish Meal, Tapioca starch...||Deboned Whitefish, Menhaden Fish Meal, Lentils...|
|Special Diet||Limited Ingredient Diet, Grain-Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy...||Limited Ingredient Diet, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Gluten Free...||Sensitive Digestion, Limited Ingredient Diet, Grain-Free...||Grain-Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Pea-Free...||Grain-Free, Indoor, Limited Ingredient Diet, No Corn No Wheat No Soy|
|Health Feature||Digestive Health, Immune Support, Vitamins & Minerals||—||Vitamins & Minerals, Digestive Health||—||—|
|Food Flavor||Turkey, Poultry||Beef, Meat||Turkey, Poultry||Seafood & Fish||Seafood & Fish|
bought this for my elderly cat, she likes the smell but it's too hard for her to chew, the younger cat enjoys it quite a bit. it's grain free which some cats are required for a special diet.
I’ve been giving my kitty special prescription food digestive care I/d prescribed by my vet. It gets expensive. I looked on chewy to see what might be comparable. This was the closest thing I could find. My cat has no fleas and Callie is about five years old. She scratches on and off and I have seen a decrease in the scratching. I like this product because it’s got simple ingredients. So far so good. The size of the dry food is very small so definitely easy for a cat to eat. I can go back to the prescription diet if I need to but I’m semi retired and the food gets expensive. Even on the prescription food my cat still had some scratching. This is saving me money every month which I like. Callie is Fiv and I hope to have her a long time.
Of all the dry cat food brands I've tried, this is the only one that I'll continue feeding Orpheus. With other brands, he ended up with some serious digestive issues due to canola oil as one of the ingredients. One brand, he absolutely refused to even consider eating. I like the fact that Taste of the WILD PREY has limited ingredients which seem to agree with O. Ever since he started eating the Turkey Formula, he perked up, and his coat is softer and shinier. Yes, it's a bit on the pricey side, but not outrageously so. Having a healthy, happy cat is worth paying a little bit more.
I have used varieties of Taste of the Wild for 20 years. Cats like it and it is good for them. We started on it when we had a cat with many allergies. We have another one now with allergies and this limited ingredient version is one of very few that does not contain peas!
My cat is obsessed with kibbles and is a bit fussy - I do balance his diet with wet food but when it comes to dry food I do try to buy stuff that doesn't have a lot of extra ingredients, avoid grains because it is better for their overall health. Well I took a chance on this brand trying the Turkey Formula and my cat is so so happy with it. I'm glad I found something he his happy with because he was really bored with the same old food he has been getting.
Unfortunately as good as it is my cats don't like the turkey. They ate it after some reluctance and still looking at me like, really?! But?!! their fur is soft! Lol
I needed to find a healthy option because Crave dry chicken seems to have changed their recipe and the cats are no longer touching it. My in laws cat gets taste of the wild and loves it so I tried the turkey and a bag of the beef dry kibble, the turkey I didn’t even need to transition them too much, they just took right at it, smaller pieces of kibble and hi levels of probiotics and healthy ingredients makes me happy and my cats are loving it and seem quite healthy and happy since the change. It’s always frustrating having to find a new food for our pets especially finicky cats, but I have 6 and all of them enjoy the turkey flavor. I will stick with this until something changes in this recipe.
I bought Taste of the Wild prey turkey thinking that my cat needed some variety in her diet. She took to the turkey kibble immediately; so, mission accomplished.
I have three cats, and the two females, ages 15 and 13, did not eat the Taste of the Wild Prey Turkey dry cat food. They had trouble picking it up because the little discs are too thick, and they didn't like the taste -- ate two pieces and walked away. My male cat, age 12--who is not picky and cleans his plate every time--will eat it when mixed with another brand of grain-free dry food. However, when finished he walks away, leaving several pieces of the Prey kibble in his dish.
Found a food that my cat will eat and not throw up. She has a very sensitive digestive system!