Wellness Complete Health Beef & Salmon Formula Grain-Free Canned Cat Food
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- 100% grain-free adult recipe features beef and salmon as the top ingredients for the protein needed to support lean muscles.
- Supports the 5 signs of kitty wellness—a lustrous skin and coat, healthy tummies, bright eyes and strong teeth and gums, and plenty of energy and immune health.
- Loaded with antioxidant-rich cranberries, vitamins, balanced minerals, omega fatty acids and essential taurine to support immunity and well-being.
- Helps keep your pal hydrated and supports urinary health with healthy moisture from real broth in every can.
- Made in the USA with the world’s finest ingredients and zero grains and carrageenan, or artificial preservatives, colors or flavors.
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not what it used to be
Both my cats liked this Beef & Salmon pate initially. They did, however, prefer other pate canned food flavors by Wellness instead over this one. However, for a few months now I've had a hard time getting both cats to eat this at all. Beef & Salmon is pretty dry in the can compared to other Wellness pate flavors. I add water very carefully, not too much and not too little, to try to get the cats to eat this flavor. Sometimes that works, sometimes it doesn't. Also noticed that the smell from this flavor is kind of weird now. I can understand why the cats find it unappealing now. So I'm not going to be buying this flavor anymore as I throw out most of it and the cats have to be persuaded to eat it and most of the time, they turn their noses up at it and walk away.
Knocks it out of the park
My girls love this one. They tend to get tired of it after a while, so I have to do a lot of rotating. But when it's time to circle back to this food, they always clean their bowls. They're not hyped on the poultry flavors, but this one and the lobster they like. Spoiled.
The Best Food!
I’ve been feeding this to my cat since I got her, I tried other brands when I couldn’t find this one in stock. However, she didn’t like the other brands or they made her sick. This food is her favorite and the only food I’ve found that she likes and won’t upset her tummy. Definitely would recommend also not to mention it’s a good price too!
Good one for their regular rotation
I have recently shifted to more seafood and red meat in my cats' food since they seem to be less interested in poultry options. I'd give this 4.5 stars if I could because they like it a lot but they don't absolutely love it. (I'm going to need to rotate it out for a while after I finish the current case.) Still, it's the first Wellness brand food to which they've responded positively.
Cats eat Wellness right up
Our 3 cats must like this because there aren't ever any leftovers. We switch the flavors up, and this is the most recent we've fed them.
Murphy simply sniffed and walked away. I tried multiple times. I finally tricked him by putting Rachel Ray’s Bullion on top . He ate it then.
No chicken in it, good ingredients, cats like it, & affordable.
I have a tiny 7 lb 10 yr old rescue Bengal Cat who was brought into the shelter by the owner half bald and starved (from what the Foster Mom told me) turned out to be a severe allergy to Chicken (causing diarrhea pand runny eyes) and other health issues. It took 6 months in Foster Care for her fur to grow back in enough to cover the pink & recognize her as a spotted Bengal, and many (most?) of her teeth were reabsorbed or pulled by the vet. Her tail is bonier than my finger and looks like a long bee stinger. But other than that, she is a totally little cuddlebug that melts into my arms when picked up, loves to explore & play, and is VERY fiesty. She needed a very clean and healthy diet to rebuild her immune system, muscles, fur, and liver function. Almost all Cat foods, even Seafood flavors, have some form of Chicken as their 3rd ingredient, and a ton of cheap starchy fillers. A wild cat's diet is only 2% carbs (mostly from whatever is in Mouse guts) and high carb food just feeds all sorts of feline diseases, so I minimze feeding cat chow. Problem is she LOVES chicken and human food, and finding a flavorful and healthy Chicken-less high protein cat food she would consistantly eat has been difficult. She would scarf down a new food 2 days, and as soon as I bought a case, she wouldnt touch it. She also then would not eat whatever previously liked food I mixed into it. Most of these foods were $2-$3 for a little 3 to 5.5 oz can, and she was either eating 2 or 3 per day or it was ending up down the disposal if my other spotted cat also wouldn't eat it. The Wellness is liked by both cats, healthy, Chicken-less, and only $3 for a 12 oz can. One reviewer said she found nematodes in the food. 4 out 5 animals on earth are Nematode worms, and a handful of soil has thousands (so raw vegans probably eat millions). There are 20,000 different nematodes, and many (most?) are less than a . in size. So is it a concern? Only if it is live roundworms, but no one has found those in canned food. As for the people comparing Wellness to Friskies (or even Purina), and ignorant of the cheap 'filler' ingredients plus 'meat by-products' (scrapings off the slaughterhouse floor) will only result in high vet bills for years in the end when the kidneys start to fail, stones build up, cancerous growths need surgery, and/or diabetes sets in. Being an 'Active Senior' and hating going to the doctors for aches & pains myself (and always a ton of blood tests since Docs have forgotten how to do clinical diagnosis) only to find out it has no cure in Western Medicine, I want to make sure my cats are healthy and remain Active Seniors, too. Vetinary is actually more advanced than human medicine, since researchers could kill and open up their sick test subjects. A farmer would not want to spend $500 in vet bills on a $200 pork-pig, so cures had to be inexpensive and effective. The farmer would also have their Vet sacrifice a sick pig and have it examined up close to save the herd from an illness. Pediatricians can't do that. So bottom line: Learn about nutrition & health, & feed your cats high quality foods like Wellness, even if it is not something you would personally find appealling. You can experiment on your animals, too. See how a nutritious organic near-natural diet compares to chow (cereal based) or prescription diet full of GMO grains full of gluten & RoundUp. Then see how little things like cutting out dairy (a hormone-filled baby cow food, designed to quickly create big cows) improves your own health.
Poultry-free is the life for me!
My cat is on a zero poultry diet and this was my first choice when searching around for a poultry free option. My cat really enjoys the beef and salmon. She eats most of the portion, and hardly leaves any for "later". The cans arrived tightly sealed ready for consumption. I cannot say enough good things about this particular flavor and company.
Nerkle and Spice love this flavor. More than the chicken, which is saying something! The chicken was our fan favorite for years!
Healthy but lackluster
For the price paid I could have gotten many, many cans of Friskies with the same, if not better, appearance and cat approved taste....It looked like pure 'paste', with little smell that cats like and terrible to get out of the can once it is opened with a can opener...............Overly priced ....