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Weruva Cats in the Kitchen Funk In The Trunk Chicken in Pumpkin Consomme Grain-Free Canned Cat Food

Weruva Cats in the Kitchen Funk In The Trunk Chicken in Pumpkin Consomme Grain-Free Canned Cat Food

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    Used for my kidney disease afflicted cat

    By Glen on Mar 24, 2021

    No, not a pleasant title, but my cat was diagnosed with Stage 4 chronic kidney disease in November. Between that time and her passing a few months later I was struggling to find the best foods for her (like many cats, she didn't care for the kidney prescription food). For her last month I had settled No, not a pleasant title, but my cat was diagnosed with Stage 4 chronic kidney disease in November. Between that time and her passing a few months later I was struggling to find the best foods for her (like many cats, she didn't care for the kidney prescription food). For her last month I had settled on three of Weruva's Cats in the Kitchen products, this one, the Chicken Frick-A-Zee and the Fowl Ball, along with their "Pantry Party Pouch Variety Pack" packet for treats. Why? According to the nutrition info on the Weruva website, these products were among their lowest in phosphorus (good for kidneys) and appeared to be quite high quality protein, efficient for her weakening kidneys to process. Also, my cat really liked them, in her final month, she had actually gained weight. Hindsight is 20/20 and I wish that I was trying to determine the best foods for her when she was at a much lower stage of kidney trouble. Once you can stop searching for the "best food" you can relax a lot more. Knowing what I know now, I would have gotten her off the common store stuff and onto the Weruva at least one, maybe two years earlier. I didn't have many victories during my cat's battle with kidney disease. Learning how to give her "SubQ" fluid injections to solve dehydration was the most precious, but after that being able to settle on Weruva's fine products was the other. I must stress that Weruva is not kidney prescription food, but for cats that won't eat that stuff, Weruva's lower-phosphorus offerings should certainly be considered. … more

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    Universally disliked by cats that love tuna

    By ccat on Jan 7, 2021

    My cats generally love tuna. Because they’re cats, they grow tired of food, but they never even wanted to eat this one. I was extraordinarily surprised because they like other Weruva flavors including chicken and tuna. Very, very disappointed. And also very confused because my friend’s cat apparently My cats generally love tuna. Because they’re cats, they grow tired of food, but they never even wanted to eat this one. I was extraordinarily surprised because they like other Weruva flavors including chicken and tuna. Very, very disappointed. And also very confused because my friend’s cat apparently loves his food. It has a very thick consistency. And it’s made with the darker tuna. Those of you who are familiar with tuna cat foods probably know what I’m talking about. I’ve never seen them dislike tuna/chicken food like this before. Unfortunately I really cannot recommend. … more

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