|Price Per Unit|
|Top Ingredients||Chicken Broth, Water Sufficient For Processing, Chicken...||Chicken Broth, Water Sufficient for Processing, Chicken...||Chicken Broth, Water Sufficient for Processing, Chicken...||Chicken Broth, Water Sufficient for Processing, Chicken...||Chicken Broth, Water Sufficient For Processing, Chicken...|
|Food Flavor||Poultry, Meat, Chicken, Liver||Poultry, Chicken, Turkey||Poultry, Seafood & Fish, Chicken, Salmon||Poultry, Turkey, Duck||Seafood & Fish, Tuna|
|Special Diet||Grain-Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Pea-Free, Natural||Grain-Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Pea-Free, Natural||Grain-Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Pea-Free, Natural||Grain-Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Pea-Free, Natural||Grain-Free, No Corn No Wheat No Soy, Pea-Free, Natural|
|Food Texture||Chunks in Gravy||Chunks in Gravy||Chunks in Gravy||Chunks in Gravy||Chunks in Gravy|
|Food Form||Wet Food||Wet Food||Wet Food||Wet Food||Wet Food|
This is actually coming from Aubree. She is the consumer. At first, she seemed to really enjoy it. Then not so much. I have plenty left to give her, and will try her again on it.
I usually feed my boys a canned wellness brand food for breakfast and figured this product would be good option since pouches are easier, it's still a Chewy premium brand, ingredients matched what I look for and leaves out the filler junk that cats don't need. That was a mistake. I gave them each this food for breakfast for two days. First day, my picky boy only ate half and hungry boy actually left some behind when he is a plate cleaner. Chalked it up to being a new food. Dry food and dinner did not change - they are other products. Second day was worse. Both cats only ate half of this product at breakfast, and both vomited. I believe picky boy puked twice and hungry boy vomited several times through the day and overnight, just producing bile after the first couple times since he did not eat any dry food all day and I didn't risk giving them a wet food dinner. Neither of them were prone to any sensitivities before; additionally, this product claims to be good for cats with sensitivities. I don't know what happened here but this is not a premium product. I'm definitely returning the boxes I have left and reconsidering the brand as a whole. Feeding my cats the best quality food for their health and enjoyment is my top priority - my spoiled babies eat better than I do. I don't bother writing reviews because there are enough already written and food is very subjective, especially for notoriously picky cats, but my experience here compels me to warn you off. If they simply didn't like it, no problem I would just donate to my preferred shelter. But with how my cats have reacted, nah. Nope. Hard pass. Please heed my review and find something else.
My 3 cats like it. I like the core wellness variety.
This is a nice, low phosphorus, medium protein option for CKD kitties. As you will know if you have one, they can be quite finicky, and the options are limited [flavors and textures] in the prescription formulas. Tanya's CRF site maintains a list of OTC foods that are lower in phosphorus and protein [and other elements]. My 18 yr old CKD kitty likes it and has permitted me to add it to her rotation of acceptable foods.
My cat loves this! She's 15 and in early stages of kidney disease. I alternate between her prescription food and this food (which is the lowest in protein and phosphorus of non-prescription foods). The prescription foods just don't have a lot of other nutrients which is why I love this brand, the ingredients are so much better. My cat loves all the flavors and easy for her to eat with no teeth.
I started buying this after a lot of research on foods for cats with kidney disease. My big senior cat has the start of kidney disease and I’ve been trying to feed him with the lowest phosphorus food I can find. This is on the lower end of non-rx foods. Tests have shown that his disease has not progressed in the past year, which is good news. I don’t think these pouches are supposed to be used as the main food in a cat’s diet, so we rotate them in with some other foods to try to give them balanced nutrition. They love these the best, though, and get very excited when the pouches come out!
Other than licking off the gravy my cat will not eat this food.
healthy ingredients & very low phosphorus is the reason why I purchased this. what's not good is that it's high in sodium. I have to chop it up in a mini food processor because my cat can't chew the chunks, but that's easy enough to do. otherwise he just licks the small amount of sauce it contains & leaves the morsels.
Just bought and gave my cat with early CKD. She ate it (chunks a little too big) I love the low phosphorus but the HIGH sodium is DEADLY. The recommended level for CKD cats is .4 % max and this is over 1.5 %. I know they don't advertise this as a CKD diet for cats but come on??? The sodium could be much less I'm positive. Won't buy anymore. Maybe Chewy can say something to the company to save them some lost customers as I am NOT the only one here with this issue.
I got this because it's fairly low phosphorus which we want for kidney health, but then after buying I realised it's very high sodium which makes it bad for kidney health, sigh. Didn't matter in the end because they refuse to eat it unless I laboriously mash up the chunks into mince and even then they leave half on the plate. The bits are about the texture of Spam which some cats might like, all you can do is try and see. But with the high sodium I regret trying it.