Taste of the Wild is made with premium fish and meats like smoke-flavored salmon, trout, ocean fish, roasted venison and chicken. Every formula is grain-free and provides lasting energy with complex carbs from sweet potatoes and legumes. These highly digestible proteins and fiber-rich carbohydrates will keep your pet feeling full and energized throughout the day.
Taste of the Wild gives your little wildcat just the right dose of omega fatty acids in every bite. Marine-sourced omega-3 comes from smoke-flavored salmon or ocean fish, or a combination of these ingredients. Omega-6 from plant sources balance out the omega-3s, and they work together to help maintain your pet's skin and coat health and to support overall wellness.
I was looking for a healthy dry food that my cat would actually eat. It seems like all dry food is either really junky and tasty for cats, or really high-quality and the cats hate it. He will eat this but unfortunately it makes his poop smell extremely strong and vile. It seems like other people have had this issue too. My cat likes it OK, but I will probably have to try another food just for the poop issue.
I was looking for a new food for my 9 month old cat who I believed wasn’t getting enough protein from old food and I chose this due to the protein and nutrient count. I was worried because her other food, she had been eating since she was a couple months old, but as soon as I sat this bag down she was trying to chew through it! She loves it, no upset tummy either. I do feed a little more than the recommended daily due to it being so low and she is still at a healthy 6 pounds.
I try new food once in a while cause my cats seem to get tired of same o food all the time. Sometimes it’s hard to please a them all. This one was two thumbs for all! What my complaint is that it was very crummy. Had so much powder crumbs! Cats don’t seem to mind but I don’t like it! Not sure if that’s how it always is. Might give it another chance.
Don't be deceived. The first ingredient is CHICKEN meal. Venison is 6th down the line of ingredients and salmon is 7th, ending with fish meal. Unfortunately I didn't read the label before ordering and serving, now my allergic to chicken cat may be miserable with itching soon.
So happy to find a good quality cat food, without the usual fillers and chicken by products, at a reasonable price. My boy Nick, who is allergic to most cat foods, has no issues with this and definitely loves the taste.
We had a feline adopt us in December. As we advertised for his old family to find him, we got by on small bags of food. We finally accepted that he was ours and looked for a food we could commit to. He seemed unimpressed by all the options so far but I filed that under "cat quirks." Since we get our dog food through Chewy, it made sense to add on the cat food as well. Honestly, I blindly chose this brand based on ingredients and price per pound. The reviews about cats refusing to eat it had me a little worried especially since our guy was already being a bit picky. Ummm...not an issue with this food. He JUMPED on the box as soon as it was delivered and was fully invested in the unboxing. I had to pour the food around and over his head as I transferred the kibble to jars for storage. He buried his head into each jar to scarf down as many bites as he could before I could locate and secure the lid. Granted, we haven't had him long but we've still been through 3 or 4 brands and I've not seen him this excited about food yet. While I can't speak on the long term results of the product, we are on a good start so far.
I feed my cat this because this is what they fed him at the shelter. He doesn't want anything else. Fancy dry, any kind of wet, even most treats, nope. He just wants this. He's a healthy boy with a beautiful coat, so I see no reason to try changing his diet anytime soon.
This stuff is wonderful. All of the cays love it! Great for their eyes, coat and digestion. I even give it to my 15 year old Bengal!
I purchased because vet recommended novel protein diet. My cat is on meds for diabetes and hyperthyroidism, buy was still losing some fur so wanted to try venison diet. This food caused chronic diarrhea in my cat (and I switched foods over gradually)...he's never been prone to GI upset before, so I felt terrible for him. The poop also smelled like absolute death. I would be careful with this diet for senior pets. I now have him on prescription Biome food, and that has fixed the damage that this food caused.
Can you help me Strike cat food is probably 1 of my favorite. All 4 of my senior/jerry cats eat it With out much Vomiting. It's not too difficult on their digest of system.